Super Unicycle is an exciting endless-riding game. You play Super Guy, a unicycle stunt man who has constructed an enormous race track. Race through over 25 mind bending stunts like hills and loops collecting coins and powerups along the way. Use the coins you collect to buy awesome new wheels that help you get better coins, or a higher score! You can also compete against your friends with Game Center support.
Note: In-app purchases cannot be restored if you uninstall and reinstall Super Unicycle because they are "consumable".
iOS 11 ready!
Ratings and Reviews
Not too shabby!
Now I am being generous here, REALLY generous when I stand to say this game is not bad. So the controls are floppy but easy to get used to. There are moderate level obstacles but was looked like it was ripped straight out of Happy Wheels and their (3rd most popular) mascot on a Segway. One less star for the controls. I hate the concept of tilting the screen to balance a player or tilt anything to balance another object for that matter. Also it's "very original" (sarcasm intended) and features and overused thing, racing against a moving screen avoiding obstacles. Also this game is littered with ads. It's the non-real life equivalent to garbage island but instead of garbage its ads, ads everywhere!!!! But here is where I cut the game some slack. I can't blame the ads because it's hard to get funding EXPECIALLY when you make half-decent games like these. I like the groove it gets you into, somehow it's a bit addicting and I don't know why. But that's just me. And it's great being competitive because you can always never beat a good score on flappy bird or subway surfers or.... this game! It's simplistic and goalless so you really never get bored. If you like the bigger budget games it's probably not your cup of tea but whatever.
Worst game I have ever played.
This game is honestly one of the most unfun, frustrating, and scam filled game I have ever played. First, let's talk about how horrible the controls are. There are two things you need to do, press the right side of the screen to go forward, and the left side of the screen to brake. To do things such as flips, you need to tilt your device. First off, I have a really good device (32 gb iPad mini), so none of these problems have to do with my device. Sometimes when you press the right side of the screen nothing happens at all. And vice versa for the left side. And the motion controls are so slow and unresponsive, you're almost guaranteed to die at some spots. Now let's move onto the in app purchases. Every time you die, you are forced to a screen that contains a list of in app purchases (in this case, coins). The ads are quite horrible as well. Sometimes when you die, it brings up an ad that is seemingly impossible to close. And for whatever reason, the old airplane mode trick dosent work. This game is completely awful, the developer should be ashamed. Whatever you do, do not invest any time or money in to this abomination of a game.
Good idea, but it's a cash grab
While the gameplay is okay, it is obviously trying to hop on the happy wheels bandwagon. I mean if the developer put some time and effort to make this an actually polished game, it could have real potential. Now on to the fact that this game was most likely made as a cabs grab... This game specifically has extremely high prices for upgrades and very slow money system, but they offer IN-APP PURCHASES. Yeah and don't mention the amount of advertisements, along with the half put forth art and sluggish mechanics.. Your better off playing happy wheels on your computer. But I do give this game a three star rating due to its easy to master idea and somehow addictive gameplay.
- Sam Hogan
- 27.4 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2017 Sam Hogan
- In-App Purchases
- 40,000 coins $1.99
- 15,000 coins $0.99
- 120,000 coins $3.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.