I played this game years ago as a kid, and I must say I loved it then, but I was about 5-7 so it seemed like a pretty hardish game for a small kid, yet it's still overly enjoyable as a kid. But when you're probably in your teens (10-18) or even an adult it's incredibly addictive and enjoyable!
like any other SNES game it isn't a very long game. Only having an overall of 16 levels. But you have to replay these up to three times to get the gold medal and acheiving the gold isn't very easy, letting alone SILVER.
Each playable and very colorful numerous options of unicycles is like a save slot. And you can change their name from a maximum of 7 letters which is great in my opinion since some games don't usually give you that much letter space for a save.
I seriously love this game and I hope I'll still have it and my Super Nintendo for a matter of years to let my children (if I ever have any) enjoy my past as a kid, faking I'm ill to play it all day in bed trying to beat that evil silver unicycle. Haha! :D
I don't find it ecational in any way, either. I mean, are SNES games supposed to be educational?
And for the game's durability.. Well. For those of you who aren't that familiar with the SNES it's just a big plaque to put into the console so it's not too breakable.