I don't even understand what that link is on about. I did none of that - I just downloaded the game onto my iPad having already purchased it on iPhone, then logged into my Nintendo account when it prompted me to at startup. The full game and my progress were instantly on my iPad.
I followed the advice on that link but on my second device I can't link to my Nintendo account, I only have the option to create one. So I'm not going to risk paying another £8 on the purchase screen. I shall delete it and wait until something more concrete happens.
it worked for me, but i agree, wait as you should't have to pay twice. The fact that it is so tricky is a joke.
Well I've tried this and it's not for me. It's like playing Mario with a broken controller. And if you can vault over enemies and small gaps automatically, I'm struggling to see the point in those enemies and small gaps.
Auto jumping is a back up, you should be aiming to jump on them to get coins, the story mode teaches you the basics of levels and is ok but once you start to play toad rally or the coin challenges it really comes into its own.
When you start replaying levels you see that there set up like a trick run in tony hawks, nailing the perfect line through the level is where the fun lies for me and its the only way you will collect all that level's special coins and complete its challenges. completing challenges gives you extra toad rally tickets. why do you want these though?
Toad rally is a vs mode that pits you against other people and is more about reacting to the level and keeping you momentum high while collecting more coins than your opponent, tricks give you extra coins as dose chaining enemy's. For me it has this one more go aspect and when you have a good run it feels super satisfying taking all your opponents toads.