It’s kind of interesting what games are being introduced to the mobile market these days. Carrot Pop just introduced a strange new endeavor called Send Me To Heaven which gauges just how high you can throw your phone in the air by throwing it. We’re not sure what the point is at being the best of the game – especially if you fail to catch it – but, hey, to each their own.

Unfortunately, Apple isn’t too keen on the game. It rejected the listing for the app on its App Store, stating that it was “encouraging behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device.” Meanwhile, Android had no problem with the app being listed over at Google Play {link no longer active}.

The game does feature a competitive angle where you can compare your best distances to the leaderboard. The high score is 5.69 meters…no word on how well the winning phone survived.

However, to compete for the leaderboard it requires you to launch your phone in the air and catch it successfully.  Creative brilliance or nihilistic stupidity Judge for yourself, just make sure you cover the floor with some pillows just in case!

Source: Kotaku