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The Most Reckless Mobile Game Ever

Want to play Russian Roulette with your smartphone? S.M.T.H. (Send Me To Heaven) is a sport game for Android that challenges players to throw their phone into the air, as high as they can to score points. Using the phone’s accelerometer, the app measures how high the phone has travelled from your hand. Once measured, your high score will be uploaded to an online worldwide leaderboard where you can join fellow idiots who played the game. If you switch on GPS on your phone and allow the app to use location, you will be able to take part in local competitions. Finding idiots around you was never so easier.

Sadly, the app was banned from the iPhone app store, but it’s still available on Android and comes with a disclaimer. If you want to try this app, you are on your own. Don’t expect a hands-on review from me.

smth

via IGN

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