Robo will first look at the moon through the telescope. He will use the telescope to monitor the sky and make sure that the sky is clear before he can safely launch. Robo will make sure that the flight conditions are safe, as well as the temperature and the humidity.
Robo is collecting satellites for the mission. He can go and collect the blue satellite. Robo should then check the cell color. If the cell color is green, go ahead and get the second satellite. If it is red, then there are rocks blocking the way and Robo should not go further.
It’s time to check the temperature. Read the value from the cell in front of you. If the temperature is greater than 50, go collect the red suit, otherwise collect the blue suit.
Robo needs only one telescope. Three telescopes are available and each telescope has a different power. Fortunately, an expert knows the telescope needed for the mission and colored it to specify which one it is. If the color is blue, then collect the blue telescope. If the color is yellow then collect the yellow one, otherwise collect the grey telescope.
Jupiter is 365 million miles away from Earth and the blue telescope is needed to see it. On the other hand, Saturn is 745 million miles away from Earth and needs the yellow telescope to see it. The number on the colored cell represents the distance to the planet that Robo noticed. To get a clear picture of that planet, Robo needs to get the right telescope and drop it on the colored cell.
There are four different satellite dishes and each one has a price. Robo has a limited amount of money, so he should watch his spending. Robo needs to decide which one he will buy. A blue cell with "G“ means that Robo has enough money to buy the more expensive satellite, so go right. A red cell with "L" means that Robo does not have enough money and needs to go for the less expensive satellite to the left.