March 11, 2013

Feel like some pizza?

If you have been keeping up with the recent Vocaloid news, you may have discovered that Domino's campaign featuring the virtual pop idol, Hatsune Miku. You have to ask yourself, "What are those crazy Japanese people up to again?".

Here is a humorous illustration of the Domino's Pizza campaign. Credits to the original artist (if I can find the link).


Samsung’s Unicorn Apocalypse is a real Google Play Store game

Well Samsung did decide to create a game after all.

The game appears to be the winner entry for the contest to produce the Unicorn Apocalypse title in Samsung’s TV ads and here is its story:
The Unicorn Apocalypse has come! As the world crumbles and burns, a lone unicorn wreaks havoc on the last of humanity. Play as the unicorn, the harbinger of the apocalypse. Race across urban rooftops avoiding the deadly unicorn traps and soldiers that the Anti Unicorn Force (AUF) has deployed. Beyond the foot soldiers exist enemies both cunning and strong, so use your magic dash and rainbow lasers to blast through your enemies, avoid your own death, and prolong the Unicorn Apocalypse!

Linear Difficulty Scaling
3 Menacing Boss Types
Epic Metal Soundtrack
Engaging Apocalyptic Environment

Bring Forth the Unicorn Apocalypse!
The Unicorn Apocalypse game is available as a free 28MB download from the Google Play Store and it requires Android 1.6 and up to run. However, don’t expect it to be a best-selling title. The game has an average rating of 2.3 stars out of 133 reviews so far, with the majority of ratings being 1-star reviews.

[via Android Authority]