When I was going to college, there were a few people who rode a unicycle to school. It was pretty amazing. Not only was it hilarious to watch them chain their unicycles to the oddly shaped bicycle racks, but one guy could actually juggle while he rode. He was the epitome of cool to me. I, however, chose not to ride a unicycle. While some would label me a wimp or a sissy, I looked at it as enjoying my nose and chin in their original shape and placement. The app Unicycling is probably an indicator of how well I would do on a real unicycle. If that’s the case, then I made the right decision years ago to never touch one.
Unicycling is played by tilting your device to maintain balance. I’m not entirely sure why the man is shirtless. I’m not in tune with the finer points of unicycling like wind resistance, balance, and, well, gravity, but I’m pretty sure that removing a shirt does not improve the rider’s performance. That’s just my basic opinion. I don’t officially know.
After staying atop the unicycle for a certain amount of time, juggling balls start invading his personal space. To avoid the juggling balls, you tap the screen to make him jump. However, you can’t tilt the device while you’re up in the air. The trick is to make sure he’s relatively straight up when you jump. He has horrible friends on the sidelines who apparently want to take him to the emergency room. To advance their agenda, they’re willing to throw juggling balls in his general direction. I don’t know if that’s really what’s going on, but it’s how I imagine it.