Modern Turning in Cycle Path
Hi. I have been playing Cyclepath for quite some time now. I am in the process of trying to figure out how the modern turning feature works. I read on another thread that if you listen for the sounhd of your wheels, you are in the center of the road, and you just have to try to keep that sound centered, at least that is what I thought I understood. I have been playing with modern turning for two or so hours, and the most I can get is a crash after about 20 seconds. How in the world does one keep the bike centered? For instance, I know that in modern turning, if you turn left for instance, you must turn right again to straighten the bike again. Is this indeed the case? If your playing with modern turning, how can you last for more than just a few seconds? Any help would rock. Thanks.
I really hate modern turning. I can never keep it for long when I had modern turning on. I got instant crashing when I had modern turning on. So, as the subject says, I really don't understand about modern turning at all. Doesn't make cense to me.
The best I can figure is that it adds a layer of challenge to the game. It's easy to go out of control, but it's actually closer to the way steering works. I'm so used to classic that I think I'll mostly use that. Maybe I'll try the modern method once in awhile.
I've never liked modern turning much. I use classic most of the time.
I just asked the same question on the game page. lol.