<p>Not too long ago, Adult Swim teased a picture announcing Robot Unicorn Attack 3, and now out of the blue the game's soft-launched in New Zealand and Australia.</p><p>The Robot Unicorn Attack games are a series of high score-chasers where you, a marvelous unicorn, last for as long as possible. Of course you can hop, jump, use power-ups, and smash through stuff, all while looking like a rather regal mythic steed.</p><p>In Robot Unicorn 3 the design has changed up a touch. As the game is more 2.5D and very...pink and purple...everything has a nice, smooth finish to it despite its gameplay not really changing up that much. This time, however, you get to choose a team of three runners to help you collect the tears of failures past to help build your citadel.</p><p>If you're in one of the two countries, check out the game free-to-play on the App Store. Everyone else, don't worry, we'll keep you posted for a worldwide release.</p>
"I wouldn't have your hair any color but just what it is for the world," said Gilbert, with one or two convincing accompaniments.A BOY put his hand into a pitcher full of filberts. He grasped as many as he could possibly hold, but when he tried to pull out his hand, he was prevented from doing so by the neck of the pitcher. Unwilling to lose his filberts, and yet unable to withdraw his hand, he burst into tears and bitterly lamented his disappointment. A bystander said to him, "Be satisfied with half the quantity, and you will readily draw out your hand."
<p>"It’s a good time to make satire," joked Nerial’s Francois Alliot, as he picked up the top award for Reigns at this year’s Ludicious, the Zurich Game Festival.</p><p>Held on Friday night at the Alte Kaserne of the Zeughaushof Areal in Zurich, Switzerland, the awards celebrated the best international indie games. They honoured small studios and developers trying novel ideas with small budgets. There were four categories, the International Competition (won by Reigns), a Student Competition (won by Nocturnal Hunt, developed by Wolf Pack of the Games Academy in Berlin), an audience vote taken live on the night (won by Deru from Schlicht) and a Main Award (which also went to Deru).</p>
<p>Kevin Choteau's Another Road is an isometric endless racer that challenges you to get as far as possible on its randomly generated roads while keeping your fuel meter topped up and vehicle in one piece.</p><p>Despite the game's name, this isn't just any old road. No sir, it's packed with all manner of obstacles and hazards for you to skillfully avoid, including giant crushers, blockades, and more.</p><p>There are a dozen varied vehicles to purchase with your hard-earned gold coins, and they get progressively weirder as you go along. There's a tank, forklift, school bus, F1 car, mobility scooter, and tractor, to name a few. These all handle differently and have their own health and fuel stats, adding some variety to runs.</p><p>It's a tricky little game, that's for sure, though I've enjoyed my time with it so far. The total lack of ads and IAPs is quite refreshing, especially given that it's a runner, and its presentation and various tunes are appealing.</p><p>Interestingly, Kevin was the Game Director of last year's critically acclaimed A Plague Tale: Innocence, which took players on a grisly adventure across 14th-century France, at the height of the Black Death.</p>His poisoned me, and mine did him restore.
<p>It's already looking like a fine week for release as Crash Club has launched worldwide on iOS and Android.</p><p>
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