Ah, the magic of the internet! What a fabulous thing it is. And now it has made another dream of mine come true with—“ROBOT UNICORN ATTACK”. Were more beautiful words ever spoken? I thinketh not. I have always wanted my own unicorn and thanks to the makers of the game, I now have a digital one. What makes it even more special? The fact that it has fairies, stars and dolphins in it. (that’s right, I said dolphins. What do they have to do with unicorns? Abso-fuckin’-lutely nothing! Which is why it’s so brilliant). With its rainbow background and random sparkles, this game looks like Richard Simmons designed it.
Adding to the appeal of the smooth flow, the simple controls (Z and X Keys) and the great theme, it has another big thing going for it—the music. Using Erasure’s Always 2009 Remix is a stroke of genius. After playing and replaying this game at work (sorry Theo!), not only am I convinced this game is addictive, even the music gets stuck in my brain. Out of the many dying fads and 2-minute distractions on the web, this game is clearly in a league of it’s own. Who would’ve thought robots and unicorns were such a winning combination? And while we are on the subject of unicorns (and we always are), why are they called uniCORN? Shouldn’t it be uniHORN? Just sayin’.
You get three wishes over the rainbow AKA three unicorn lives and once you finish those you can start chasing your dreams all over again. It’s like the fun never ends. Try your hand at “ROBOT UNICORN ATTACK” and let me know what you think. Go ahead, follow your heart.