Pro Tip of the Day - uniracers en Pro tip: Seeing the end of Uniracers whenever you want <p>Uniracers is a lot of things, but it is definitely not short. And after racing dozens of tracks, the last few against the "Anti-Uni" are pretty tough.</p> <p>But if you get frustrated, or just want to see what the ending is like (warning, it's a bit of a letdown!), then I have some great news for you!</p> <p>First, pop in your Uniracers cartridge and go to the title screen</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>Then grab Controller One press Down on the Cross Pad + L + R + B</p> <p>Done right, you'll be, erm, "treated" to a few ending shots. Warning, spoilers ahoy!</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>How fun!</p> button codes pro tip SNES uniracers Fri, 06 Aug 2010 12:13:15 +0000 Will 494 at Pro tip: names that aren't "cool enough" for Uniracers <p>One of the neat things about Uniracers is that you can rename any of the racers to pretty much anything you want to.</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>But occasionally you'll put in a perfectly fine name only to have it rejected as being 'not cool enough'</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>Through some testing, I was able to determine that the game uses a rudimentary check for... we'll call them 'off-color' words, and if it finds them anywhere in the name you've typed in, either for the individual unis or for teams, then it gets rejected.</p> <p>I can't provide a list of all the words it rejects, though. You're on your own for that.</p> pro tip SNES uniracers Mon, 08 Feb 2010 13:09:56 +0000 Will 365 at Pro tip: the two 'Mega' stunts in the SNES Uniracers <p>Uniracers is kind of odd. You have to take your living unicycle through a series of races and stunt tracks because that's apparently what living unicycles do.</p> <p>During the stunt tracks, you get points for doing a variety of tricks, but there are a couple that aren't listed in the manual anywhere, the so-called 'Mega' tricks.</p> <p>The first one is the Head Bounce. While standing still, jump up, press and hold the X button so that you bounce a couple of times</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>Then let go. Boom! Head Bounce</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>The second one is a little tougher to do. You have to get some significant air, then press the X button, but release it when you're halfway turned</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>Then press X again to turn back, which will give you a Tabletop.</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>Now, you might notice that on your scoring screen, there's a spot for four Mega tricks, even though I've only shown you two.</p> <div align="center"><img src="" /></div> <p>And I can't find the article to source this, but the reason is that there's four spots for tricks, and only two tricks is because otherwise the scoring screen would have looked funny, like there was something missing.</p> <p>So don't go trying to find tricks that don't exist, mmkay?</p> pro tip SNES technique uniracers Tue, 01 Sep 2009 12:42:38 +0000 Will 251 at