The game that helps answer one of life’s most important questions: Are you a Beach God?
When when we first learnt that Dimitris, one of our favourite developer minds was leaving to head off into the unknown, it hit us hard. After 5 Years together saying goodbye to such an amazing person and loyal friend was always going to be tough.
But instead of succumbing to sorrow, we decided to give Dimitris a send off in grand UNIT9 style: We surprised him WITH HIS OWN GAME!
Directed by Helpful Strangers, BEACH GOD is inspired by Dimitris upcoming beach vacation. How does Dimitris relax? By picking up the choicest beach babes, wearing his signature speedo’s of course.
Flex your guns to impress as many beach babes as possible—but be careful—you’ll go home alone (again) if you overexert yourself!
Not that you need any more convincing but Beach God features:
• The ability to take Dimitris with you, everywhere.
• Simple one-touch controls that all man-children can operate.
• 16-bit graphics that will make your inner hipster feel like a kid again.
• Beach babes are harder to impress than you’d think…feature.
• Fancy Leaderboards so you can size up your competition.
• Motivating in-game achievements to reward your babe scoring streak.
• Ability to brag amongst your bros about the number of beach-babes you swooned on Facebook and Twitter, without the hassle of actually going to a beach and scoring the babes.
• Finally, rumour has it that if you reach over 1,000 the Beach God loses his stripy speedo.
BEACH GOD is the penultimate guide to impressing fine babes on the beach. Consider it the “Bro Code Beach Edition,” presented by the muscular Greek form of the ever-impressive male specimen.
Android Police: “Beach God is self-evidently impossible, but in that maddeningly addictive way”
Adeline Gear in Android Shock: “Stroll into a beach and what do you see…. all those gorgeous babes strutting around in the tiniest of beach wear! Doesn’t that make you want you want to rip off your T-shirt and show them your guns?”
Tony Kuzmin in Android Rundown: “Victor Hugo wrote: “the greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves”. This inner struggle is perfectly envisioned in the unanimous person in Beach God, whose very existence depends on his acceptance by women, who go past him on a metaphoric beach.”