Unicorn City now available for On-Demand

Geeks unite! Unicorn City is out and available for On-Demand on VUDU and Amazon. “UNICORN CITY follows unemployed tabletop gamer Voss as he entices local gamers to create a utopia to impress a potential employer. However, paradise is disrupted when his nemesis lays claim to the city and Voss’s true love.”

UNICORN CITY – Order or Rent Now

Vudu
http://bit.ly/MnKV1i

Amazon Video On Demand
http://amzn.to/NtIEFE

Full Synopsis and trailer below:

Game developer, Warlocks of the Beach, has offered Voss, an unemployed table-top gamer, the chance at a management position if he can demonstrate real leadership abilities.  Given one week to prove himself, Voss convinces Marsha, a long-time gamer friend, to help him entice the guild into his scheme to get a job, and he creates Unicorn City.  However, Shadow Hawk, Voss’ nemesis, shows up, and knowing exactly what buttons to push, challenges Voss to a battle of wits.

In one fair swoop Voss damages his friendship with Marsha, loses his honor, and is kicked out of the utopia he created.  Voss leaves a failure but recognizes his deceit and knows that he must return to rescue Marsha and reclaim his role as a Bardladin Knight, master of Unicorn City.
Unicorn City is hilarious epic tale of love, action, mystery, and orcs; everything a bad camping trip needs.  It’s the perfect place for anyone who wants to become what they pretend to be.

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