“Probably the last game I´ll ever play on my current phone.”
-- Anders Kronseth Langstrand
Oslo, August 4st, 2013 - After being rejected from App Store for “encouraging behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device”, S.M.T.H. by Carrot Pop finally arrived to Google Play Store. Players are competing in throwing their phones high. The world record was recently set to 5.69 meters and Galaxy Xcover became a popular competition gadget, while a good insurance plan is another favored strategy.
S.M.T.H. is a sport game. Player throws his phone as high as he can. The higher, the better. The phone registers the height and uploads result to leader boards. World Top 10, Week Top 10 and Day Top 10 lists are available. The game utilizes GPS to enable local tournaments (App for event management is coming soon).
Player finds himself being ripped up by two opposite forces: A desire to throw his phone higher then his competitors and a desire not to break his phone. Only player who is able to keep both desires in perfect balance can win the game.
The S.M.T.H. game belongs to family of pervasive video games, where the actual action is leaving the gadget and leaking into reality. Players collect points by kind of sport moves, while result is precisely quantified and shared through cloud service.
Game S.M.T.H. (Send Me To Heaven) is now available for Android smartphones in the Google Play Store. For more information please visit http://www.carrotpop.com/Carrot_Pop/smth.html.
Screenshots and images: http://www.carrotpop.com/downloads/promo_images.zip
Contact: Petr Svarovsky
Phone: +47 928 13858