Robot Unicorn Attack 3 - a luxurious Android runner, the main characters of which are unicorns, and, robotic. Like the previous parts of the game series, this project is endowed with quality graphics with an amazing design of locations. A full-fledged finish in this project by the developers was never introduced, but we saw some new "chips" designed to diversify the gameplay. Henceforth, under our complete control, several mechanical unicorns fall at once, but we will not manage them immediately, but when we can unlock new species. When the first unicorn dies, the next one appears on the path, so we have several attempts to establish a new world record worthy of a global rating. The game task, as in the previous parts, is to pass the maximum distance with a passing collection of useful bonuses, realized as flying fairy fairies in the air. In the upper left corner of the display, you may notice an indicator indicating gaming success. When it is filled, we will go to another colorful world, which allows you to maintain interest in the game for quite some time. Undoubtedly, the Robot Unicorn Attack 3 project deserves the close attention of all fans of runners, as it has a tremendous replay and is performed at a fairly high level.
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