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Turn Into A Rainbow-Dashing And Fairy-Slaying Goaticorn In Punch Quest

Being turned into a gnome who must fight giant bees? Check. Being mounted onto a velociraptor that shoots laser beams toward dinosaur skulls? Check. Being transformed into a hybrid of goat and unicorn that attacks enemies with rainbows? Hmm, let me check. Yeah, that one too. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, then you probably haven't played Punch Quest. In which case I exhort you to download and play it now, especially since it has been updated with the weirdly named Goaticorn. In Punch Quest, which is "an endless runner that packs quite a … punch," every time you hit a huge egg, you either turn into a gnome, mount a velociraptor, or now … get transformed into the Goaticorn. Quite possibly a nod to (or a parody of) Robot Unicorn Attack, the Goaticorn attacks lazy fairies aka Larries with a rainbow dash here and there. If that sounds crazy, it's because it is. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Apart from the new Goaticorn egg transform, Punch Quest has also been updated with several other enhancements. There's a new Power I skill in the form of Shadow Step, which lets you teleport in order to avoid any damage type. Ultrahats, belts, and the Spartan Mode have also been updated with reduced prices. For example, the Spartan Mode, which was introduced in the game's previous update, can now be unlocked with 150,000 coins, as opposed to its original price of 250,000 coins. Furthermore, using the Share button to share the game with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, SMS, or email now awards coins. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, the newly updated Punch Quest is available in the App Store for free. Download it now and be the best Goaticorn that you can be. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
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