Unichrome: A 1-bit Unicorn Adventure Xbox

Don’t let this title mislead you, as it is referencing something that clearly doesn’t exist. I’m not talking about unicorns either, they obviously exist. No, I am talking about 1-bit, this is the fictional part of that videogame title. Here is the proof that unicorns exist: Unichrome: A 1-bit Unicorn Adventure is out today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.

1-bit implies that Unichrome is a very basic game with a limited colour palette. In the game you are living in a black and white world as a lonely unicorn, on the search for a bit of colour.

But this unicorn is that desperate for some colour, it is willing to shoot anything in its way. Armed with several guns, can you get this unicorn to what they desire most in this 2D platforming shoot ‘em up?

Unichrome: A 1-bit Unicorn Adventure also features:

  • Fast-paced, relentless platforming action
  • Fully voiced characters starring Olivia Vidas and Christina Costello
  • Amazing 1-bit retro art style
  • Original Soundtrack by Jaggy Fox
  • 16 Screen Filling Bosses!
  • Over 40 Levels of bullet hell madness
  • 8 Unique worlds to explore and destroy
  • 16 Tools for destruction

A gun-wielding unicorn blasting away opponents on the search for a more colourful world? If you like your stories a bit surreal and inspired by the likes of Rick and Morty and The Simpsons, Unichrome: A 1-bit Unicorn Adventure is definitely one to keep on your radar.

Priced at £12.49, Unichrome: A 1-bit Unicorn Adventure is on the Xbox Store now. Our review will not be too far away either, stick around for it. Let us know in the comments below if you will be picking this one up.

Game description

Follow the platforming quest of a unicorn in search of color in this 1-bit adventure by gallery artist and oil painter Super 8bit Rafa. Relive the glory of the retro console era in the spirit of the classic Atari while experiencing heart-pounding platforming and shoot ’em up action. Prepare for an arcade delight with tight controls, refreshing game mechanics, cracking retro art and an addictive soundtrack.

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