Want to know how you can use a gacha machine in Dinkum?
Dinkum is one of the hottest games this month. It is a farming/survival simulator that is currently on early access on Steam. The game was developed by James Bendon and is heavily inspired by Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Stardew Valley.
With these types of games, you’d expect to have a relaxing experience with a few challenges from here and there.
While exploring the lands of Dinkum, you’ll need to collect various items and resources, which should help you evolve your island/town.
Since there are tons of items to unlock and find in Dinkum, it would be a nice idea to have a machine that randomly generates a better version of your items. Although this is not the case for other survival games, it is offered to Dinkum players.
In this guide, we’ve decided to show you how to use a gacha machine in Dinkum.
How to Use A Gacha Machine
The Gacha Machine is one of the most important tools in Dinkum, which allows you to get a better version of your item. However, getting the machine is not an easy task. First, you’ll need to get a Commerce License to obtain it and secure several requirements.
Once you have a Commerce License, you can head to Franklyn and ask him to make the Gacha Machine.
Like other tools from Franklyn, the Gacha Machine needs a few resources.
Here’s what you need to collect:
- 5x Old Gear
- 1x Glass Bulb
- 2x Iron Bar
- 1x Button Board
- 1x Old Toy
The cost of crafting the Gacha Machine is 70,000 Dinks, and it will take Franklyn a whole day to make it. After that, you’ll also need to collect at least 5,000 Dinks to use the Gacha Machine in Dinkum.
If you have more than the required amount, you can split your Dinks from your inventory.
Once you have placed 5,000 Dinks in the Gacha Machine, you will need to wait another day to collect the reward.
That brings us to the end of our guide on how to use the Gacha Machine in Dinkum. If you have questions or any other concerns, please let us know in the comment section, and we’ll do our best to answer them.