Have you got an Android phone that’s as good as dead and you don’t know what to do with it. Or you’ve just come off a relationship and are stuck with a phone that she gifted you. Or maybe you’re just stoned and want to do something whacky with your newly ordered Samsung Galaxy 4? Well, Carrot Pop’s just released an app onto the Play Store that might be what you’re looking for.
It’s called S.M.T.H (Send me to Heaven) and it challenges you to throw your Android phone towards the heavens to clock the highest distance it can possibly travel. If you’re a good catch, your phone might live to see the score and hopefully and another throw, but if you’ve got butter fingers, we’ll…at least you know it will be in heaven!
S.M.T.H records the highest altitude the phone reaches and lets you post your scores on a variety of leaderboards such as the World Top 10, Week Top 10 and Daily Top 10.
Tips to Play S.M.T.H
For players attempting to try this Android and possibly human-risking stunt, Carrot Pop has a few tips.
- Take care to not to injure yourself or others.
- Ensure that there is enough space around you.
- Train yourself and get some catch practice before you do the real thing.
- Turn on your GPS if you want to participate in local phone-chucking events.
When you install the app, you will be required to accept the disclaimer that the game’s author and distributor will not liable be for any damages or injuries that may arise when playing. The app also declares that it works only on ARMv7 phones and may display wrong results on due to the behavior of accelerometers. So that’s an additional risk you must be willing to take.
S.M.T.H was banned from the App Store for encouraging improper usage of the Phone, and it might get booted off the Play Store too. If you’re still game for some phone flinging action, you can download it here for free.