In 2010 Adult Swim released Robot Unicorn Attack, a unique side-scrolling running game. Players are asked to chase their dreams by jumping gaps, dashing through stars and grabbing fairies as a galloping robot unicorn. Its colorful visuals, cheesy soundtrack and overall ludicrous concept quickly earned the game Internet cult status. However, its simplistic gameplay challenged players to beat their high scores, adding a nice addicting 'just one more round' bow on top of an already grin-worthy package.
Almost two years later, Adult Swim brings us 'Robot Unicorn Attack: Evolution.' While it maintains the same basic gameplay (and more importantly the soundtrack) of its predecessor, Evolution adds a bunch of features that give it a little more depth. Players can now transform into different robotic animals, unlock abilities, obtain achievements and participate in daily challenges. But probably the most welcome feature is the live leader board that occupies the bottom of the screen, showcasing where exactly you stand against your friends and even other players across the world.