We’ve got another new challenge in BitLife this week. Thankfully, it’s not too complex. But that’s not to say it will be easy. It’s actually quite hard if you’ve got a bad memory. This guide can help with that, and after all, with enough effort, you should be OK. This challenge is styled after Dustin Hoffman’s character in the film Rain Man. The portrayal of autism and emotional drama in the film is cited as a core reason why many love it. And it would seem that CandyWriter wants to tap into that. One of the core elements of the character Ray in the film is his incredible accuracy at recognizing numbers and patterns. Here’s what we can tell you about the Rain Man Challenge in BitLife.
How to complete the Rain Man Challenge in BitLife
There’s only one step this week, and it’s a bit of tough one. You don’t get to rely on RNG or anything like that. That’s where the Memory Test in BitLife comes in. You can find this activity available for all characters on your BitLife account. Head into the Activities tab and click on Mind & Body. Click the memory test option to begin. The goal is to repeat the pattern that comes out, made up of different sequences of four colors.
it’s just a simple memory game. The trouble is that you need to get a score of 25 of more on said game. This becomes a problem when the list becomes more than a few items long for some people. You need to press each color in the right sequence each round, and do that 25 or more times. The fastest way to do this is just to record the pattern on a scrap piece of paper. Use one hand to control the phone, and the other to write down the pattern.
For example, if the pattern is Blue, Red, Green, Green, Yellow; just write down BRGGY and put that in using the buttons on the screen. You need to be fast about it though, as there is a time limit.
Once you’ve got the score to 25, you should be able to complete the Rain Man Challenge in BitLife.