How to get Nurnies in Ooblets

Discover how to get Nurnies in Ooblets so you can fix up your farmstead!

Getting started in the world of Ooblets? There are a few different resource you’ll need to collect early on in the life of your farm. As well as Clothlets and Clothplant seeds, one of the main resources you’ll have to collect are Nurnies. Described by the game’s own catalogue as “random doohickeys that are integral to machine creation and maintenance,” nurnies will be essential to crafting many early items. Thankyfully, they’re quite easy to obtain, though it will cost you a chunk of energy. Read on to learn how to get Nurnies in Ooblets.

How to get Nurnies in Ooblets

How to get Nurnies in Ooblets
 
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One of the simplest ways to get Nurnies in Ooblets early in your farming journey is to smash open rocks. Head to your farm and enter the farming mode by pressing the Q key. Scout your farm for any rocks and break them. Each rock you break is guaranteed to have aat least one Nurny inside, but it’ll cost you some energy. There should be plenty of rocks lying around your farm at the start, meaning you’ll be able to collect plenty of Nurnies early on.

It really is as easy as that to get Nurnies in Ooblets. One of the first steps in the game will be repairing your farmhouse, and it’ll ask you to collect eight Nurnies as part of the process. You’ll want to clean up your farm anyway, so why not pick up a bunch of useful machinery doohickeys while you’re at it? Admittedly, running around a farm smacking rocks doesn’t sound like much of a relaxing life, but it’s much more fun in-game that it sounds, trust us. Thinking iabout it, why are machinery parts hidden inside rocks on your farm? We can't answer such deep philosophical questions, we're afraid.

Now that you know how to get Nurnies in Ooblets you can get on with the better aspects of farming life! We’ll have more Ooblets guides on the way soon, so be sure to check back again before long!

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