>Well, good. I can't recommend a game if it says "screw you" to people
>who can't do twitchy minigames Because Medical Reasons.
In fairness, you don't have to repair parts to progress in the game. You can fit new replacements instead. It's more expensive, but cash flow is not really a problem in the CMS games in my experience. That's what I'm planning to do if they don't fix/make turnoffable the minigames.
(Meanwhile, the one for balancing wheels doesn't have time/twitch pressure in it like the repair one does, it's just "rotate the wheel until the thing lines up and click" a few times. Anyone who can physically manage the core gameplay in the first place should be able to handle that one.)
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