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If you are looking for cheats to use Cozy Grove your best option would be to take a look at the cheats Plitch Trainer provides. With Plitch Trainer you have access to six cheats. Three free cheats and three for premium users. The free chest is:
Using Plitch trainer is fairly easy. You need to install it on your console first. Then search for Cozy Grove in the trainer and enter the game. Before you activate any other cheats you need to select the prepare function first. Then activate any of the other cheats when you need them.
In Cozy Grove you can find something called Lembas bread. This is a direct reference to the bread the elves give to the hobbits in the first book or movie of Lord of the Rings. In Cozy Grove they say Lembas bread was made by elves who abandoned the realm ages ago. Lembas bread is known to have been incredibly filling and easy to carry around with you. Making it the perfect meal for a traveler.
In Cozy Grove when you talk to Darla O’Hare near the water on her right, there is a glitch that allows you to walk out onto the water. You generally shouldn't be able to do this.
You can keep walking basically to the end of the world box. When you head back to shore, unfortunately, you can't just run up onto the land again. You need to head back to Darla and cancel the conversation before she talks. That's how you glitch yourself into the water.
Once you have completed the quest you received from the bear you will find that the area around your character lights up. This is because you need to light up the entire island as a part of one of your quests. Having the light will help you find the necessary things you need to complete quests.
You also need light to interact with things like your own animals or when you need to harvest. You can also connect lights together by purchasing lamps from Mr. Kit or you can craft them through Jeremy.
While gathering stuff and selling them to Mr. Kit is a terrific method to generate money, you should consider twice before selling items that you may need for missions. Even though an item appears abundant when gathering one day, such as digging up walnuts from holes, it may be scarce the next day when you absolutely need it.
Flamey has a storage inventory that you can access by speaking to him, so utilize it to keep your rarer stuff safe from an inadvertent sale. By upgrading your tent, you can increase your storage capacity.
The majority of the quests provided to you by the island's ghostly bears entail tracking out missing things. This could mean they're hidden behind various environmental objects, buried in holes or leaf piles, or even kept captive by imps. Even with the indications provided in the task log, finding what you're seeking becomes increasingly difficult as your island grows.
If you're at your wit's end because you can't find an item you need, speak to Ranger Charlotte Pine, who will show you exactly where the concealed item you need is for the price of 100 coins.
If you only take one item away from this site, make it this one. My one and only regret were not investing in berry bushes and nut trees from the beginning. Mr. Kit only sells one fruit bush OR nut tree in the early game.
It may be tempting to save your money for the next tent or store upgrade, but I encourage you to save 15,000 gold for trees and shrubs. Nut flour is the one thing I never have enough of till late game, so get those trees while you can.
Fishing, harvesting, digging, picking up shells, jumping in leaf piles, finding spirit wells, and whacking plants are all activities. Stock up on supplies such as burned fish, ash, greens, and fruit. There are numerous achievements for using and breaking your tools. You'll also need all of those goods later on for story tasks. One I just finished required 200 ash. Start saving now!
New gamers may be unaware that you receive two new recipes every day. Gathering will yield a food recipe, and fishing will yield a furniture recipe. Through the game, gathering entails leaping in leaf heaps and digging up vegetables.
These chores are simple, so learning a new culinary dish will be a breeze. Fishing, like other games, takes time and can be boring, so you'll have to wait a little longer to find that recipe when fishing, but know that it's there. Every day, one recipe for food and one for furnishings.
This is a part early game money maker, part preparing to complete the flower collection. Mr. Kit sells various flowers. I had a massive spreadsheet running to track my flower progress before this week's Cozy Grove update. In the item descriptions, you can now see which ones you're missing.
There are 12 hues (red, peach, yellow, orange, chartreuse, cyan, blue, purple, magenta, pink, black, and white) and 5 flowering plants (poppy, dahlia, tulip, coneflower, and iris) (azalea, lupine, lilac, aster, and beebalm). So, 120 flowers to collect?
No. Each hue has three TYPES: wild, hybrid, and exotic, for a total of 360 distinct blooms. Wilds are always accompanied by "spirit" orbs, hybrids by "happy," and exotics by "joyous." Begin your collection early and plant potted flowers together for a triple yield. Mr. Kit sells each flower for 350 cents.