Uniracers - Super Nintendo (SNES)
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Release year: 1995 | Players: 1-2 players | Developed by DMA Design / Nintendo

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One look at Uniracers and you’ll immediately notice that it’s quite similar to Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog. After all, it offers a sense of speed that’s so far only been associated with the Blue Blazer.

Is DMA Design’s title a mere copy or does it offer something that could make it worth your time? Truth be told, it’s one of the best things on the SNES—that’s if you’re specifically into exciting gameplay.

Although it seems like that game’s developers simply replaced Sega’s mascot with unicycles, the game actually provides far greater excitement than any Sonic title ever released in the 90’s.

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In Uniracers, you’ll have to do tricks in order to speed up—and since it’s a racing game, you really need to stay at your fastest pace as much as possible.

Now, as you’d expect, whenever you mess up you’ll lose momentum. On the other hand, hesitating to take advantage of even one opportunity to do a trick could allow the other racer to catch up.

This kind of gameplay creates a tense yet fun atmosphere, rewarding risk-tasking and competitiveness. And it’s definitely a good thing that the controls are simple enough that even newbies have a chance to win.

It seems, however, that DMA Design spent way too much time thinking of the perfect game mechanics that they barely exerted any effort on the visuals.

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Although retro games aren’t really known for having the most remarkable aesthetics, you’d have a hard time finding anything more visually uninspired than Uniracers.

The backgrounds seem to be composed of random shapes and colors, while the path is nothing but a long tube with stripes. Likewise, there’s the seizure-inducing numbers that appear before the race starts.

The anthropomorphic unicycles themselves don’t really differ from one another. They do have their own unique names, but they’re only distinct from each other in color.

Uniracers is the kind of game that you’ll enjoy playing if you have company or you don’t pay much attention to aesthetics. Otherwise, no matter how good the gameplay is, you might have a hard time appreciating the game.

Uniracers game has only been ported to the Super NES.