You’re the parent; you’re supposed to be the best. So, here are ten tips to help you beat your kid’s high score.
Watch them play. See what they’re doing that you’re not.
Practice, practice, and more practice. Sneak in that extra game time when they’re in bed.
Read, look up whatever game you’re trying to master.
Watch videos. Often you can find videos that show you how to get past the tricky part in a game.
Try to think like a kid. Kids don’t worry about making that jump or pressing the button, they worry about winning and having fun.
Remember it’s a game, it’s supposed to be fun above all else even if you do want a great score.
Don’t let it get to you. As adults we’re too prone to let our frustration take control, and the more frustrated you get the worse you’re going to play.
Compete. Competition drives most people, so find someone to hone your skills with besides your kids.
Let the world go, be free to ignore reality for a little while.
Walk through guides are your friend. They show you hidden game secrets.