Unity was a video game being developed by Jeff Minter and Lionhead Studios for the Nintendo GameCube video game system. It was in development from the beginning of 2003 until its cancellation at the end of 2004. It was to feature Jeff Minter's trademark psychedelic graphical style, meshed with an interactive music component. The music was to be provided by someone who was well known and appropriate for the game's style, but the participant was never revealed.
Unity was so highly anticipated that the UK games magazine Edge featured it on its front cover, with a full 8 page preview in the same issue. However, the project slipped off the release schedules soon after.