I was told that the “30000 steps” were an instruction to have more than one activity in a day.
Actually the 30000 steps are a promise to do more than one activity at a time. So if you’re doing something you don’t feel good about, you can always back out of it.
As the title indicates, we were able to find an easy way to get the 30000 steps to work. Unfortunately, 30000 is only about 500 steps. We were able to find a couple that were too much for us to complete without having to do a few things.
So far the best we’ve found so far is the “500+ steps” promise. But with the 30000 steps there is definitely a catch. It appears the steps are meant to be hard, which is a bit much for this to be a game you can just enjoy for the sake of having fun. But I guess we’ll find out.
Okay, not only are the steps hard to get, but they are also extremely boring. So it doesnt really matter that you walk 500 steps to reach 30000 steps. The game just tells you that you are going to walk a lot of steps and end up doing very little. It does say that you can get it to work, but if you want to experience a more entertaining game, look elsewhere.
You can get it to work. Or it can go really far. But if you don’t get it to work, you can always go back. I’ll let you do that though.
The game is a bit more interesting when you first get to the 30000 steps milestone, before it abruptly cuts to the end. You can walk to that milestone and then backtrack after. And of course, the game ends abruptly at that point. That’s what makes it interesting. You can actually get a bit further.
You can try getting a bit further if you are willing to put in the effort of walking to the 30000 steps before you get to the end. The best way to do that is to go back to where you left off in the game and take your time between where you left off and the end. Remember, it is an adventure game, so you should take your time. There will be a lot of time to take your time.
I have a feeling the story will be a little more interesting in this trailer, but it won’t be too bad. What matters is that the game will take you to far away places in the world, and you might get a little more knowledge and insight about the world you are in.
I’ve been talking about how games like Star Wars and the future of The Hobbit sound like adventure games, but I just don’t think it’s the right time to talk about them. It’s more like you need more time, and more space to explore the universe.