My Time at Sandrock is a life simulator game that will let you do many activities while exploring the huge world. Crafting, resource gathering, farming, and building are the key aspects to progress through the story of the game, which requires a lot of natural resources as you reach higher levels. The player character is taking a place as a Builder in the dilapidated oasis town of Sandrock, a rough desert environment, and attempts to rebuild the town to its original glory.
In this guide, we will show you How to get Water in My Time at Sandrock!
How to get Water: My Time At Sandrock
There are two ways to get water in My Time at Sandrock:
- Craft water using Dew.
- Buy water from the Water World.
Craft water using Dew
There are two ways of crafting water using Dew.
The first way to get water is to manufacture it at your Worktable with Dew. The dew can be collected from the logs and plants around your workshop, mostly from the Yakthorn and Yellow Lavender bushes. Don’t cut any cactuses or living Boxtrees because you will be penalized and lose some relationship points.
The Second way to obtain Dew is to research the Dew Collector at the Research Center which will cost 8 Data Discs. Once you research and build the collector, over time, it will collect Dew for you. The collector has a capacity of 20 Dew at a time, which means you can do your other activities in a meantime.
If you upgrade Water Conservation to level 2 you will need 8 Dew to craft water, instead of 10 Dew.
Buy Water from the Water World
Another option to get water is to purchase it from the Water World, the shop near Arvio’s House and the Civil Corps building. The first 20 units of water are a bit lower price, and as you buy constantly the price of the water will increase.
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