To fully beat Garfield Kart, it would be suggested to start off with bot practice. Start out by playing on 50CC against bots in the Lasagne Cup. After you’ve done this three to four times, it’s time for a different cup. You’re now ready to move up to the Pizza Cup, also on 50CC. Similar to the Lasagne Cup, it is recommended to play through this cup three to four times. This will help you with learning the lay-out of the different maps, and discover potential shortcuts. As you can guess, the next step is the Hamburger Cup.
When you’re done with all of these cups on 50CC, you’ll have a good knowledge of all map layouts, and potentially of some shortcuts. This knowledge will come in handy during the entirety of the game, so it’s certainly recommended to follow the steps mentioned above.
Now that you know the layout of all maps, the time has come to move onto more difficult races. As you could have concluded from the title, you’re ready to move up to 100CC. All maps will stay the same, so the 50CC races should help you a lot. The only real noticeable difference between 50 and 100CC is that the enemies are more difficult. They have been made more intelligent, and will therefor use power-ups more often and race better in general. If you didn’t struggle with 50CC, this shouldn’t be too much of a problem for you. If you had close races or lost races in 50CC, this will take a few more attempts. (Don’t give up, though! You’ll get better after each and every attempt.)
Playing the cups multiple times here is not required, as it was only necessary to build up knowledge of the different maps. Of course, if you lose, you’ll have to play the races multiple times. If the races are too close, you should play them multiple times. Try to finish first on every map!
The hardest difficulty, 150CC, has arrived. As with the previous difficulties, the intelligence and playstyle of your enemies will change. The change will not be too drastic, it’s quite similar to the change from 50CC to 100CC. If you struggled with that change, naturally you will have some problems with this change as well. You shouldn’t worry about it too much, however, as you should be used to this change from the previous cups.
If you beat this cup but got lower than first or second place on a map, it is recommended to replay the cup and try to finish at least second on every map. Once you’ve mastered these computer-controlled enemies and you’ve beaten all the cups with a gold trophy, you’ll notice there’s one more cup available.
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