Ping freestylists!!!!

Hey freestyle people of the world, I need your help. I’m developing, what I hope to be, a very entertaining bored game for wunschkonzert. It mixes the fun of a board game with consistency in unicycling. Now i’m trying to really develope it well for freestylists, since the street side of it is pretty easy to handle. However, like I said, I need your help. Durning the game a rider will pick a certain level, each level has three groups of tricks under different difficulties. I need to be told if this is ok, or do I need to switch some stuff around. Or add tricks, any ideas would be awesome. I’m starting it off at the difficulty it is now, i’m not adding anything easier.

Freestyle:
Beginner:
Wheel Walk, One foot, Opposite 1F, Backwards, 1F WW, Backwards Seat in Front

Easy:

Opposite 1F WW, Koosh Koosh, Backwards 1F, Seat Push, Gliding, *180 Unispin

Medium:

Seat Drag, Opposite Backwards 1F, Coast, 1F Seat in Front, Backwards WW, Standup WW

Hard:

1F Coast, *Sideways WW, Opposite 1F Seat in Front, *360 Unispin, *Side Ride, Backwards Seat in Front 1F.

Pro:

Backwards Seat Drag, *1F Sideways WW, *Smiley Walk, *Daike WW, *540 unispin, Stand up Glide

*Mustn’t start or end on the uni riding standard, however for street must be at least riding comfortably however one ends up (Seat backwards, seat in front).

Thanks for your time.

-Shaun Johanneson

Ok… were shall i start?
-first of all i’d change 1 ft. ww to easy
-I would take out most of the tricks with the opposite foot since that is rarely done in freestyle
-coast and 1 ft coast shouldnt be in seperate categories, some prefer one way, some prefer the other, i think it should just be under coast and in hard (that is if the distance is greater than 5 meters)
-What is bwds ww doing in the medium section? I can do everything in pro more or less consistently but bwds ww I still have trouble with, rarely going over 5 meters. bwds ww should be in either hard or pro.
-side ride should probably go pro(i cant do much of that either)
-I’m not sure sideways ww and sideways ww one footed should be seperated either. Some do say that one footed sideways ww is easier. Those should most likely be pro.
-hand wheel walk may be a good addition (pro)
-what exactly is unispin being starred for? i may have misunderstood but it seems as if the rider only needs to spin the unicycle without even having to get on, i can do an 1800 uni spin that way:p

Thats all I could think of. Hope i was helpful.

Board or bored?:wink:

The stars mean that you mustn’t start and end riding forward, it only needs to be mounted and the trick be completed. I’m keeping the opposites in there since it’s a good test of skills to see if the people learned both ways. I added hand wheel walk, thanks bro great idea. Also I think it’s cut to about 3m for the freestyle section ( about 2-3 rotations). Thanks for the spelling correction Spencer, haha. My mistake. Some things don’t seem that right, but freestyle is a lot harder to do, since there aren’t as many tricks.

         Beginner:

Wheel Walk, One foot, Opposite 1F, Backwards, Backwards Seat in Front, Backwards Seat in Back

Easy:

Opposite 1F WW, Backwards 1F, Seat Push, Gliding, *180 Unispin, 1F WW

Medium:

Seat Drag, Opposite Backwards 1F, Coast, 1F Seat in Front, Standup WW, Any style backwards wheel walking

Hard:

1F Coast, *Sideways WW, Opposite 1F Seat in Front, *360 Unispin, *Side Ride, Backwards Seat in Front 1F

Pro:

Backwards Seat Drag, *1F Sideways WW, hand wheel walk, *Daike WW, *540 unispin, Stand up Glide

I tried to design it so I could play in the simpliest verson of the freestyle game.

-Shaun Johanneson

Shaun,

You’re missing a few skills… I’ve listed the line skills from the new IUF Standard Skill list just to give you a few more ideas. Some are just simple variations (“seat in front, against body” versus “seat in front” - which means not touching).

BTW if you keep your current list, I’d put koosh-koosh in the ‘Easy’ section and other backward ww in the Medium section. Koosh-koosh is not that difficult, but bwd ww or split bwd ww is more difficult. And there are even more variations of bwd ww if you use one foot instead of two.

If you want the list of other types of skills - all considered non riding skills and divided into 5 different sections, let me know.

The line skills (sorted by skill number):
1 a riding
3 a riding bwd
4 a seat in front, seat against body
4 b seat in front
4 e seat in front frh, seat against body
4 f seat in front frh
5 a seat in front bwd, seat against body
5 b seat in front bwd
5 e seat in front bwd frh, seat against body
5 f seat in front bwd frh
6 a seat in back, seat against body
6 b seat in back
7 a seat in back bwd, seat against body
7 b seat in back bwd
8 a seat on side, seat against body
8 c seat on side
9 a seat on side bwd, seat against body
9 b seat on side bwd
10 a stomach on seat, 1 hand on seat
10 b stomach on seat
11 a stomach on seat bwd
12 a chin on seat, 1 hand on seat
12 b chin on seat
13 a chin on seat bwd, 1 hand on seat
13 b chin on seat bwd
14 a drag seat in front
15 a drag seat in front bwd
16 a drag seat in back
17 a drag seat in back bwd
18 a riding sideways, seat against body
18 b riding sideways
18 c riding sideways 1 ft ext, seat against body
18 d riding sideways seat drag
19 a one foot
19 d one foot ext
19 g one foot crossed
20 a one foot bwd
20 d one foot ext bwd
21 a one foot seat in front against body
21 b one foot seat in front
21 e one foot ext, seat in front against body
22 a one foot seat in front against body bwd
22 b one foot seat in front bwd
22 d one foot ext, seat in front against body bwd
23 a seat on side, one foot, seat against body
23 b seat on side, one foot
24 a seat on side, one foot bwd, seat against body
24 b seat on side, one foot bwd
25 a side saddle, hand touching seat
25 c side saddle freehand
26 a cross over
27 a cross over bwd
28 a side ride
28 d side ride, one hand
29 a side ride bwd
29 d side ride bwd, 1 hand
30 a wheel walk
31 a wheel walk bwd
32 a wheel walk frame between feet
33 a wheel walk frame between feet bwd
34 a wheel walk bwd, feet behind frame
35 a spoke walk bwd, feet behind frame
36 a wheel walk one foot
36 d wheel walk one foot ext
36 g ww 1ft crossed
37 a wheel walk bwd one foot
37 c wheel walk bwd one foot ext
38 a koosh koosh
38 c wheel walk bwd one foot behind frame
39 a hand wheel walk
39 c hand wheel walk feet out
40 a one hand wheel walk
40 c one hand wheel walk feet out
41 a hand wheel walk, stomach on seat
42 a one hand wheel walk, stomach on seat
43 a wheel walk seat in front
43 c wheel walk seat in front, one foot
43 d wheel walk seat in front, one foot extended
44 a wheel walk seat in front bwd, feet behind frame
44 c ww seat in front bwd, one foot, foot behind frame
44 d ww seat in front bwd, 1ft ext, foot behind frame
45 a wheel walk seat in back
45 c wheel walk seat in back, one foot extended
46 a seat on side, ww, hand touching seat
46 b seat on side, ww
46 d seat on side, ww 1ft, hand touching seat
46 e seat on side, ww 1ft
46 g seat on side, stand up ww 1ft, hand touching seat
46 h seat on side, stand up ww 1ft
47 a seat on side, koosh koosh
47 c seat on side, stand up koosh koosh
48 a sideways wheel walk
49 a sideways wheel walk, one foot
49 c sideways wheel walk, one foot on seat
50 a sideways ww, sitting on seat, 1 hand
50 b sideways ww, sitting on seat, frh
50 d sideways ww, sitting on seat, frh, 1 ft
50 e sideways ww, sitting on seat, frh, 1 ft ext
51 a stand up ww 1 ft
52 a stand up koosh koosh
52 c stand up ww bwd 1ft
53 a gliding
53 c gliding, foot on frame
53 e gliding, leg ext
54 a gliding bwd foot behind frame
54 c gliding bwd foot on frame
54 e gliding bwd foot on frame, leg ext
55 a coasting, leg ext
55 d coasting, foot in
56 a coasting bwd, leg ext
56 d coasting bwd, foot in
57 a stand up glide
57 c stand up glide, foot on frame
57 e stand up glide 1ft ext, 1 hand on seat
57 f stand up glide 1ft ext
58 a stand up glide bwd
58 c stand up glide bwd, foot on frame
58 e stand up glide bwd 1ft ext, 1 hand
58 f stand up glide bwd 1ft ext
59 a stand up coast

Connie