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These are some Tips for BeginnersDicas
Firstly, there's no music in the game. So, if you just want to hear the sound of water pressure and other ambient sounds, like birds, then you won't need music. Secondly, the time for the jobs—the first job in career mode took me about eight minutes. The second job took me somewhere between 45 minutes and an hour. The game saves pretty consistently, so you don't have to finish a job. You can quit and come back and pick up pretty much where you left off.
The first tip is that distance can matter. So, you can stay way back and hit some dirt. But there's going to be some dirt that, if you get closer, will go off easier and faster. The second tip is the left trigger, which turns the nozzle. Sometimes it's more convenient to go left and right. Other times it might be more convenient to go up and down on vertical items like handlebars or fairings, but horizontal items like seats and tanks might be easier. The left trigger turns your nozzle.
The next tip is to change the nozzle head. So, right now, you'll see you have a pretty wide nozzle head. By pressing this, it's the widest it gets. And this, from a distance, probably isn't going to take off a lot of dirt, especially the caked-on dirt. But if you change the nozzle head, you should see the dirt coming off faster, but obviously, you're hitting a smaller amount. And then, if you turn it the tightest, that's where you can get the hardest dirt off. So, let's go a little deeper into that. Our next tip would be that if you hold down on the right trigger, there's a height adjustment.
The next one, and this one might be one of the most helpful if you didn't see it in the menu selection before, is if you tap right on the d-pad, it shows you in orange, which, I guess, on highlighted orange on an orange bike, might be a little hard to see. But you can see where the dirt is. And so, this is extremely beneficial and highly recommended. Now, holding down on it does not keep it active any longer than just tapping it. So, the next tip is that the start button will take you right to an item-by-item list of what you have completed cleaning, what still needs to be cleaned, and how much of it needs to be cleaned.
If you have OCD, it's probably better for you to finish what you start. It might be a good rule of thumb because, on bigger projects with lots of different items, it can be hard to go back and find what you missed.
The bonus tip is to put a rubber band on the right trigger. The longer you play, the more unnecessary it is to hold the right trigger down the whole time.