From the creators of the hit games Cut the Rope and King of Thieves, comes the maximum imaginitive and elegant conflict bot constructor! build a struggle gadget from collected elements and unharness its power in opposition to other gamers in automatic PvP combat! You won’t get to micromanage things and strategic on the spot like you would in other PvP, but that’s where the thrill of the game comes from – it’s player vs. player battle.
So how do you do that, and how can you move up faster in this game? as we’re now bringing you our CATS: Crash Arena Turbo Robots ultimate guide, which we’ve designed to answer those two questions and then some.
Tips 1 – Don’t Be Afraid To Make Changes If You’re Not Doing Well
If that doesn’t do the trick, you can upgrade some individual components that stand out above the others. Otherwise, follow what we told you in the first tip, and stock up on that equipment
Tips 2 – Be Prudent As Well With Your Upgrade Points
If you’re in the early stages of the game, you should simply wait it out, and not spend your points yet. As you move on in the game, you’ll unlock new areas for your vehicle/robot, and these can be upgraded as you go on
Tips 3 – Test Different Body Types Before Upgrading
Test different body types out for yourself, and don’t spend upgrade points on your Titans (the first robot types where energy can be upgraded) unless you’ve tested your fair share of robot bodies, and found your favorite among all the choices.
We would typically suggest that you wait until you’ve reached Stage 7, as that’s when you won’t just have Titans, but also Sneakies and Surfers. Unlike reaching Stage 4, reaching Stage 7 isn’t quite as easy or as simple – moving from stage to stage takes progressively longer and gets progressively harder.
Tips 4 – Melee Or Tank Vehicle?
CATS is not an RPG, but if we are to borrow some terms from that genre, there are some vehicles that are comparative “melee vehicles,” or those that are packed with weapons and capable of generating a lot of offense, but a little (or very much) on the squishy side. CATS is not an RPG, but if we are to borrow some terms from that genre, there are some vehicles that are comparative “melee vehicles,” or those that are packed with weapons and capable of generating a lot of offense, but a little (or very much) on the squishy side.
Tips 5 – Choosing The Right Weapon
Your mileage will again vary when choosing weapons, and you’ll need to run a lot of tests before you find the weapon that’s right for you. (Battery of tests would be more like it, to be honest.). You don’t want to be like that player you’ve probably seen, one whose vehicle has its weapons in all of the wrong places, hopelessly misfiring and not getting anywhere near your vehicle.
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