@TitanRey15 @callen @7517H So what's the purpose of the match.. wouldn't it be most effective where robots do nothing until perhaps the last 15-30 seconds??
Does this go the same for high flags and low flags? Is it that no matter how many times I shoot a ball at the high flag or hit the robot at the low flag at the end the actual score is calculated or will the score be summed up during the match on how many flags I turn to "My color"??
Theoretically, yes. The only problem is that you would have to to score everything in that short amount of time. Thusly, everyone is fighting over scores the whole match.
There’s just not enough time to score everything in the last 30 seconds. But if you can, then by all means, go win the World Championship!
A similarly structured game was Starstruck, where teams waited and accumulated everything until the last few seconds, and then dumped it all to the other side. You can’t really do that here, because the scoring objects are in fixed positions, spread throughout the field.