Robot Unicorn Attack 2 Review

Title:  Robot Unicorn Attack 2
Maker:  Spiritonin Media Games
Publisher: Adult Swim
System: iOS
Cost: Free to Play

Everything Crystal

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I still don’t fully understand why Adult Swim is publishing video games.  It’s cool, and I get that their target audience crosses over, but whenever I see it I’m always surprised that resources go to game publishing.  I remember the previews for the first RUA:  neon colors, intentionally ridiculous music, and still I never picked it up.  But on a whim I decided to download the sequel.  It’s a simple game but they make the smart decision to expand it by allowing you to unlock different play-styles as the game progresses. Graphically, it’s a combination of the minutely beautiful and broad ugliness, which really is very “Adult Swim”.  For a free to play its genuinely fun, even if another endless runner is redundant by this point in time.

Rating:  3 Stars (Out of 5)

Memory:  The theme song, of course

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Owen is a writer based out of Denver and currently preparing his first novel PUSH PULL for publication. In the meantime, feel free to explore his meandering thoughts, movie and videogame op-eds and situational playlists. If you know him from another life, this is a chance for exposure to his creative endeavors.

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