4.5 stars 4.5/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
Along with Plok and Donkey Kong Country this game was one of the first I played on a console. Hazy recollections of the gameplay include about six different tricks mapped to the controls, D-Pad moved you left or right, and every so often when a good trick was performed a very SNES era noise would play. Something like "Boodaly-Doo", if i remember correctly.The game had you racing a single computer, and unrelenting in the later races about tiny mistakes that end up having you bumping up against a ...
Even when I was a teenager in the mid 90's I went into this game with low expectations, but this game hit a nerve that only the early Tony Hawk games have hit since.The game is simple. You control a riderless unicycle through race courses and stages set up for tricks. The controls are precise, the action is fast-paced and the game begs to be played with friends. It's easy to pick up, but hard to master and makes for great races and trick competitions. Definitely one of the better SNES games...
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