How to Turn Off the Sound on Robot Unicorn Attack
Robot Unicorn Attack is a side-scrolling, Web-based Flash game available on the Adult Swim website that allows you to control a unicorn as it travels across a fantasy landscape at breakneck speeds.
The game's soundtrack is the song "Always" by the band Erasure and features a repeated melody and lyrics that you may wish to shut off shortly after they begin. This can be done by either disabling the sound on your computer, turning off your speakers, or downloading a utility that can shut off the sound coming from any embedded Flash game or application that is playing in your browser.
Click the Volume icon in the status area of the task bar (located at the right side of the screen). The Volume icon is typically represented as a loudspeaker.
Drag the master volume control slider as far down as possible to disable sound.
- Robot Unicorn Attack is a side-scrolling, Web-based Flash game available on the Adult Swim website that allows you to control a unicorn as it travels across a fantasy landscape at breakneck speeds.
- Drag the master volume control slider as far down as possible to disable sound.
Click the "Mute" check box to mute any sound coming from your computer.
Locate the main computer speaker by following the audio cable from the back of your computer to the back of the speaker.
Twist the volume control counterclockwise to lower the volume coming from the speakers.
Turn the volume control all the way down until it clicks, or press the "Power" button on the speaker to turn the computer speakers off, which will disable the sound coming from your browser.
Download and install FlashMute (see Resources).
Click the "FlashMute" icon in the status area of the task bar to open the control panel.
Drag the volume control as far down as possible, or click to place a check in the "Mute" check box to turn off the sound coming from any embedded Flash playing in your browser, including Robot Unicorn Attack.
Chris Hoke is a freelance writer, blogger and musician living in the San Francisco bay area. He began writing professionally in 2005 and his articles regularly appear on EmailServiceGuide.com and Slapstart.com.