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According to the iOS game watchdogs at TouchArcade, Robot Unicorn Attack 2 is launching on iOS devices in North America overnight.

The sequel is fundamentally the same as the original Robot Unicorn Attack, but noticeably prettier and with a few added features.

Players can now customize their robotic unicorn by collecting tears, then using those tears as currency to upgrade their unicorn’s horn, mane, tail, and other parts. These upgrades alter the unicorn cosmetically, but also bestow new powers to them—like longer dashing length.

On a sadder note, it seems Erasure’s “Always” won’t be the default track in Robot Unicorn Attack 2, but rather Module’s “Land of Rainbows.” Erasure’s entrancing track is available for purchase as a $1 microtransaction, however.

There goes a perfectly good dollar, for me. Oh well. Need that jam or it ain’t Robot Unicorn Attack.

Robot Unicorn Attack 2 Launching on iOS in North America

By | 04/24/2013 12:12 PM PT

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According to the iOS game watchdogs at TouchArcade, Robot Unicorn Attack 2 is launching on iOS devices in North America overnight.

The sequel is fundamentally the same as the original Robot Unicorn Attack, but noticeably prettier and with a few added features.

Players can now customize their robotic unicorn by collecting tears, then using those tears as currency to upgrade their unicorn’s horn, mane, tail, and other parts. These upgrades alter the unicorn cosmetically, but also bestow new powers to them—like longer dashing length.

On a sadder note, it seems Erasure’s “Always” won’t be the default track in Robot Unicorn Attack 2, but rather Module’s “Land of Rainbows.” Erasure’s entrancing track is available for purchase as a $1 microtransaction, however.

There goes a perfectly good dollar, for me. Oh well. Need that jam or it ain’t Robot Unicorn Attack.

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