Back at the end of January, Samsung posted a video that showcased its SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) technology, which the company is claiming to be as good as BlackBerry’s enterprise-level security in its devices, including those in the new BlackBerry 10 platform.
In the video, a small company is producing a mobile game that is the biggest mobile game they’ve ever launched. Now, we weren’t quite sure whether “Unicorn Apocalypse” had any hidden messages, but as it turned out, Samsung turned the title into a contest which offered winners a bounty of $25000 for the best entry of a “Unicorn Apocalypse” mobile app.
Unfortunately for the winners, Liquid Gameworks, the “Unicorn Apocalypse” app, which went live at the US Google Play Store, is a pretty bad game littered with bugs. We’d love to have tried it out, but just like the original contest, the app is only available for US residents. However, a quick browse through the reviews from the Play Store shows that we’re probably not missing out on much. Do check out the gameplay video though: a unicorn that dashes and leaves a cloud of rainbow-coloured, star-shaped smoke is rather amusing.