This April 20th is set to be quite the magical day on the App Store. The dankness will be out of control. Yes, Dan K. Buddinhash's special day, where we celebrate the best grade, good advice, green tea, chronic, and green badger. A day where we can all get geeked, chillin' on the moon. Here, you can see our very own Jared Nelson, an expert on the topic, showing how you should properly celebrate the special day of April 20th:
Even Apple Store employees are going to get in on this magical green day with green shirts starting on April 20th. Earth Day's on April 22nd, sure, but for some reason the 20th seems like quite the dank day to start wearing those shirts. Some Earth Day promos have popped up elsewhere on iTunes, and Apple usually has a fatty prepared for Earth Day. In 2016, that meant a major featuring for apps and games that related to the Earth Day theme, or had special updates for Earth Day. It also meant that the app features for the next couple of weeks were pushed down, so there were fewer releases in that time frame, as getting a good feature is some true chronic, but not getting one is some real boogity brown. So if Apple isn't handing out that chess, don't take checkers. Though, for Warbits [$0.99], it worked out pretty well as the game got two weeks of Editor's Choice featuring out of the deal. That's some wizard stuff right there.
Vignettes: Look, if there was anything that suggested that Apple wanted to make this a big day for developers, this is it. Because when I played this game at GDC, I knew it was gonna make Apple faded, just straight-up looking for water on Mars. It's a weird, magical game that's easy to play. There's no way this would get buried on April 20th.
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