Are you playing Ooblets and wondering where to get Clothlets from? Here’s what you need to know.
Ooblets is an adorable mash-up of Pokemon and Animal Crossing, set in a world filled with creatures who are more than happy to follow you around and fight dance battles for you. However, you arrive in Oobletville with next to nothing to your name, so resource gathering and crafting quickly becomes necessary. That’s where clothlets come in.
Clothlets are one of the resources you’ll need to employ; used for, amongst other things, fixing up your farmhouse. In order to get your hands on them you’ll need to do one of the following:
- Buy them from the Wishy Well
- Grow them on your farm
- Find them by hunting around town
Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages.
You get wishies by completing tasks for the town’s villagers, so you can go to the wishing well and spend your wishies on clothlets. This is a fast method of getting clothlets, but catch is that the wishies you spend here are wishies you’re not spending on more advanced Ooblet technologies; things that would serve you better in the long run.
Clothlets actually come from clothplants, which can be grown on your farm. So you need to plant and water clothplant seeds. You can buy clothplant seeds from the shop just to the right as you’re leaving your farm and you’ll find the odd clothplant seed when you clear out your farm’s weeds.
However you get your hands on seeds, you will have to water them and wait for them to grow. You can speed up the process by using growth fertilizer, which is often found by fishing on the pier, but it’ll still take a couple of days, at which point you can harvest the clothplants to get clothlets. It’s more economical than buying clothlets from the wishing well, but it’s a little slower.
You can find clothlets if you hunt around town – they look like furry ice lollies. Unfortunately, their spawn rate is quite low. You’ll find far more mushrooms than you will clothlets. This is the cheapest method of getting clothlets in Ooblets but it’s very, very slow.
However you get your clothlets, happy Oobling!