Inspired by the classic sports games in the PS1 and PS2 era, Street Uni X mixes things up and puts you on a unicycle.

Sound familiar at all? Covered here on GamingOnLinux back in July, sadly their Kickstarter campaign didn't really pull much attention from gamers and the wider press so it went largely ignored. After that, it fell through the cracks here too. As it turns out the developer, daffodil, continued development and put it up properly on under their First Access program (itch's form of Early Access).

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Since last checking on it the developer has put out 12+ new builds, each including some pretty fun sounding additions to the extreme sports game. They're still classing it as a "pre-alpha" so there's going to be plenty of rough edges.

It still has a demo too, which was updated in September to see if it's your type of game. Super early purchases are $20 for a copy with 25 left until it's $30 at the normal price. Cycle on over to to check it out.

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TheSHEEEP 2 Nov, 2019
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Well, that's a throwback.
Used to play the hell out of the Tony Hawk's games. And the music was just... rad

Just kinda wish the game was skateboarding instead, but if it turns out well, I'm gonna give it a go anyway.

Last edited by TheSHEEEP on 2 November 2019 at 7:03 am UTC
CJOR 2 Nov, 2019
I've played it already. There is a gameplay on my Twitch channel if you want to see it (Sorry for the advertising).

The only problem I had was that all the tricks are hard to do. I can't reach the Sick Score.
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