Dream Uneven Bars

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Dream Uneven Bars
MASATLOG Dream Uneven Bars.png
Appeared in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Wii)
Type Dream Event
Info In this event, players compete for points by swinging and moving from bar to bar.
Controls Grab: Two Button
Rotate: Swing Wii Remote down
Jump: Release Two Button

Dream Uneven Bars is a Dream Event that appears exclusively in Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games. It is set in Grand Metropolis from Sonic Heroes. The starting Olympic record is held by Sonic at 346 points.

Gameplay[edit]

After the characters are introduced, the four characters are picked up and sent to the sky by four Chao. To earn points, players need to spin the characters around green and pink bars with some bars even moving. Green bars only give one point four times, while pink ones gives two points eight times. By grabbing onto other players while they are swinging, the number of points per swing is multiplied. At the end of the stage, the goal appears. If the player lands on it during the final countdown, they earn 10 points.

Controls[edit]

Basics[edit]

  • Grab: Two Button
  • Rotate: Swing Wii Remote down
  • Jump: Release Two Button
  • You get 1 point each time you rotate on a bar with a green light, up to a maximum of 4 points per bar.
  • Grab a rival's legs and rotate for a chain bonus! (Double for 2 people, triple for 3, and quadruple for 4!)
  • At the end, the goal area appears. Land on the goal area for 10 points!

Tips[edit]

  • Swing the Wii Remote while holding the bar to rotate faster.
  • Pink bars offer double points, and you can earn points up to eight times on each one!
  • You can change the direction of your jump by pressing left or right on the +Control PadControl Pad.

Challenges[edit]

The Super Spinner challenge is achieved by spinning with four people a number of times in this event. The criteria for unlocking each achievement are as follows:

  • Lv. 1- Spin 20 times with 4 people holding each other's legs
  • Lv. 2- Spin 40 times with 4 people holding each other's legs
  • Lv. 3- Spin 60 times with 4 people holding each other's legs

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドリーム平行棒
Dorīmu Heikōbō
Dream Parallel Bars