There are three exams that will put your skills to the test and see how well you can adapt to certain situations. These are some of the hardest battles in the game but don’t worry, we’ll show you how to complete the targeting exam in Reverse 1999.
Reverse 1999: How to Complete the Targeting Exam
The Targeting Exam is the first of these difficult tests. Some enemies will heal their allies when they’re defeated, and others will attack you multiple times. During these exams, you can’t take any damage, so you have to figure out which ones to take out first.
The first round will have you fight three enemies. You’ll want to attack the enemy in the front that has the three sword symbols on top of it, which indicates that it’ll attack you three times. To succeed in the first round, and set yourself up for the second, choose these attacks in this order:
- Sweet Gloves: Deals damage to a single target.
- Custom Bottle: Deals damage to a single target.
- The Challenge for the Eyes: Prevents enemy from healing.
The second round is a bit more tricky. Specifically, I had a hard time figuring out the exact order to attack. The next set of attacks you’ll get will merge with some of your previous ones for additional power. To complete the second round, follow these steps:
- Target the middle enemy and select the level 2 Treat for the Ears.
- Target the left enemy and select the level 1 Treat for the Ears.
- Target the left enemy and select Old Pocket Watch.
For the third and final round, you’ll only need to target the enemy on the right. You’ll also have an Ultimate attack that you can use. These are the steps you’ll want to follow:
- Level 2 Sweet Gloves
- Sleepless Rave (Ultimate Attack)
- Level 3 Challenge for the Eyes
That’s how to complete the targeting exam in Reverse 1999. For more tips and guides, check out our guides hub.