Apple Rejects Game Based on Silly, Horrible Idea

Developer Carrot Pop made a game called ‘Send Me To Heaven’ and submitted it to the App Store. Apple rejected the game for “encouraging behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device.” However, Google– a company with fewer restrictions on apps– let it through. If you have an Android device, you can download it here– but you probably don’t want to. The game is based on a silly, horrible idea.

Send Me To Heaven asks players to toss their phones as high as they can in the air. The higher you throw your phone, the higher your score. Watch the video below to see it in action.

Who’s up for a round?

[Via Kotaku]

3 thoughts on “Apple Rejects Game Based on Silly, Horrible Idea

  1. Rats…well there goes my idea for a game where you challenge your friends to see who can put the biggest hole in the wall with their ipad.

  2. This has to be the all-time STUPIDEST idea for a game … ever.

    Who came up with this??? … could it have been an evil plot from the CONSOLE companies? (Nintendo, XBox, Playstation) … Mmmm?

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