All Robot Games - Robot Unicorn Attack is a free online game which you can play in your web browser where you help a rainbow-colored-haired robot unicorn jump from one platform to another without falling off the cliffs or bumping against the edges and walls of the platforms. As he dashes across the lush purple grasses and rainbow-strewn backdrops, leaping from one platform to another, he has to collect butterfly fairies along his way to gain at least 10 points for every butterfly fairy he caught.
There are glass stars that blocked his way and he has to jump over them (by hitting on letter "Z") to avoid a fateful death or to dash through them (by hitting on letter "X") to collect atleast 100 points for every glass star he was able to explode. You have three tries to make your score as high as possible, the first wish, second wish and the last wish. You have to use each wish wisely by collecting as many points as possible before you let your robot unicorn lose his neck. Your scores on the three wishes would be summed up for your total score at the end of the game.
The good thing about Robot Unicorn Attack is that kids and adults alike will get to play this game. This is so easy to play that even little kids have the chance to enjoy this game. The game is played by merely pressing two letters in the keyboard, Z (to jump up high) and X (to dash through glass stars). The goal is pretty easy too, as mentioned above. Make the robot unicorn go as far as you can without falling off the cliffs or bumping against walls and glass stars and that's it. Collect butterfly fairies and explode glass stars along the way for bonus points. Pretty easy. Plus the graphics is quite appealing for the kids, with those rainbows and all kids will definitely love this game. And as I've said, this game is not for kids alone. Adults can somehow relate to all robot games since it is pretty entertaining. It's kind of childish, alright but sometimes, we have to indulge the kids in us. And the background music will give you a nostalgic feeling. I kind of remember good old days when I was just a kid myself and I, like everybody else, got caught with the dance craze caused by Erasure's "Always". So you see, even the background music is somewhat telling us all that this game is not for the young ones alone. It is also for the "young once".