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How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets

How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets
Want to upgrade to a bigger Farmhouse for more storage and decorating space? This guide on How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets explains the expensive process of finding the upgrades to your house and then paying a huge sum of Gummies in order to purchase new housing upgrades.

One of the earlier tasks is to repair the Farmhouse. This doesn’t provide any real upgrades, no additional space or anything like that. It’s merely a visual upgrade, removing some of the boards and damage to the exterior of the farmhouse. However, later in the game, there is the option to upgrade your house to be much bigger, allowing for more decoration space and places to store items.

How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets

How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets
You need to head to one of the stores near the center of town. Specifically, the small shop called Manatwee. It’s the furniture shop. It’s next to the clothing shop with the large cat on the sign, where you buy your inventory upgrades. Head inside to Manatwee and turn left as you enter. You will see the models of two different houses sitting on a display case.

This is where you can purchase size upgrades for your farmhouse, but they are not cheap. The first upgrade, upgrading your house to Size 2, costs 2000 Gummies. The next upgrade, upgrading your house to Size 3, is 3000 Gummies. As you progress through the game, completing tasks for members of the town, additional options for making Gummies do become available but even still, it’s a lot of money so expect to take some time grinding and selling materials before you are able to upgrade your house to its maximum size.

Oobsidian is a very rare and valuable material used in blueprints. This guide on Where To Find More Oobsidian In Ooblets will tell you each of the methods you can explore to get more Oobsidian quickly, so you can upgrade your coops and craft more sprinklers, adding more value and profit to your farm.
Gleamies are special colored versions of Ooblets. This guide on How To Catch Gleam Ooblets In Ooblets explains the different rarity types that each Ooblet species has, as well as tips on how to recognize Ooblets that are shiny versions when exploring the open world.
Some items, like the Basic Sprinkler, are delivered in Blueprint form. This guide on How To Craft Blueprints In Ooblets explains the crafting process as blueprints cannot be activated or accessed from your inventory, instead you must find a specific location to craft items.
Want to upgrade to a bigger Farmhouse for more storage and decorating space? This guide on How To Get A Bigger House In Ooblets explains the expensive process of finding the upgrades to your house and then paying a huge sum of Gummies in order to purchase new housing upgrades.

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