A Adult Swim released the game on Google Play and App Store Robot Unicorn Attack 3, the third game in the franchise, where you control a unicorn, in what appears to be a music video from the 1980s. The new version tries to be more freemium and casual, and despite using the U, the game loses a little charm from its predecessors.
The game consists of controlling a unicorn and making it jump obstacles and collect items. Unicorn Attack is a franchise that is known for its dubious look, with exaggerated pink colors, lots of glitter and glitter.
Each game in the franchise seems to want to suit its time. The first game was only in 2D, the second followed this rule, to maintain compatibility with older devices, but the third was not decided and the compatibility between devices was compromised.
Despite using the Unreal Engine 4, the game has compatibility with old cell phones that use up to OpenGL 2.0. This is an inconsistency, because in the vast majority of old cell phones, the game has several crashes and bugs. The most common of them, leaves the game with burst colors.
The beginning is pretty boring and the game seeks to present all its gameplay. The attraction is unlocking new unicorns and there are a lot of them. The downside is that there are no old new songs. The track is the same as in the first game.
Unicorn Attack 3 is beautiful, but only if your device is intermediate or top of the line. The gameplay could be improved and they could have invested more in nostalgia. At least the amount of unicorns is satisfactory.
Link to Download on iPhone (App Store)
Link to Download on Android (Google Play)
Developer: [adult swim] games
Advertising: No | Offline Game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 4.2 / iOS 8.0
Language: English | Size: 170 MB