Trombone Champ's 'autotoot' makes the ridiculous music game more accessible

Trombone Champ is a blast to watch, but a beast to play even compared to some other rhythm games — you try nailing a slide during the “William Tell Overture.” Thankfully, developer Holy Wow Studios is putting the game within reach of more players. It’s introducing an “Autotoot” option that takes away the need to press buttons. If you have hand mobility issues, you’ll have a better chance of squonking your way to an S rank. Your score is halved to prevent leaderboard cheating, but you can advance the story.

The update is also more streamer-friendly, with icons warning when a tune might

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