If you (and potentially a friend) don’t mind the frustration of trying to get (and then keep) going, Robotry is a unique challenge
You know the old saying: "If, at first, you don’t Robo-Succeed, Robotry, Robotry again." As corny as that may be, the fact is that it’s an adage that’s quite appropriate for the title, because getting some momentum going and then keeping it can be quite a struggle through its increasingly-complex levels. There’s a trick to it, no doubt, though I can’t say I was able to consistently get a handle on it for more than a few moments at a time. Each leg is controlled by one of the analog sticks, and becoming a master of momentum is absolutely a crucial key to success, whether getting yourself to leap in some direction or sometimes simply just trying to get up a series of steps. If you don’t wish to endure the pain of failure all by yourself you can feel free to have a friend join in and roughly double the chances of success, or perhaps just have someone else to laugh with as you compete to see who can suck the least. It absolutely won’t be for everyone, but the challenge is a pretty fair one, you just need to take the time and have the skill to break down what needs to be done for success.
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