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My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

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On this page you will find tips to make starting your adventure in My Time at Sandrock much easier.

Last update: Thursday, June 9, 2022

This page contains tips for My Time at Sandrock, which will help you at the start of your journey with the game. We explain why it's important to remove sand from your machines and why you should rest at specific times. We also discuss the number of slots in your inventory and why you should manually save your game.

Browse the blueprints

You may find the instructions for crafting certain machines somewhat unclear - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

You may find the instructions for crafting certain machines somewhat unclear. At such times, it's useful to refer to the item's blueprint, which displays the specific parts required to construct it. Over time, new machines will require more complex components, so it's a good idea to revisit previously unlocked blueprints as well.

Save the game manually

Although the game has an auto-save system, it's still a good idea to save manually now and then - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

Although the game has an auto-save system, it's still a good idea to save manually now and then. If you make a mistake, you'll be able to go back and rethink the order of actions or try out other solutions. This is especially useful if you end up accidentally wasting an important part to craft something you don't currently need.

To save the game, simply go to the menu, click Save, choose any save slot, then confirm.

Rest at specific times

Resting in My Time at Sandrock is critical - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

Resting in My Time at Sandrock is critical. Go to bed before midnight to receive a bonus to your experience and minimum and maximum damage dealt in combat the next day. If you don't go to bed by 3:00, your character will pass out and wake up with a decreased number of Stamina Points, reducing the number of actions you may take. Both bonuses and penalties last until the end of the day.

Manage your time well

Some tasks in the game can only be completed within a certain timespan - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

Some tasks in the game can only be completed within a certain timespan. This applies to certain side quests as well as Commissions. For the latter, only take on challenges that you are confident of completing, as there may be a penalty if you fail.

Depending on the complexity, constructing machines and tools also takes time. It's a good idea to consider the order to build things in while completing other tasks in the meantime, such as gathering resources or doing quests. There is always something to do in My Time at Sandrock.

Keep an eye on your parts stock

Having enough supplies is the foundation of a successful My Time at Sandrock playthrough - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

Having enough supplies is the foundation of a successful My Time at Sandrock playthrough. Always have at least 5 of each ingredient, tool and component on hand. If you don't have room in your inventory, you can always store your supplies in chests to conveniently access key parts when necessary. This method will greatly speed up the construction of more complex devices without taking up machines to produce smaller components.

Clean the sand off your machines

Every now and then, sand will cover your devices - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

Every now and then, sand will cover your devices. It's a good idea to check the machines now and then and remove the lingering sand layer. Since the sand slows down part production, it's crucial to remove it. To get rid of it, use the Feather Duster item. Its blueprint is available for purchase from the Commerce Guild for 92 Gols.

Increase your inventory capacity

My Time at Sandrock allows you to store resources in special chests, but constantly going back and putting away excess items can be tedious - My Time at Sandrock: Quick Beginners Guide - Basics - My Time at Sandrock - Guide, Walkthrough

My Time at Sandrock allows you to store resources in special chests, but constantly going back and putting away excess items can be tedious. As such, consider spending Gols to increase the number of slots in your inventory. Just click the plus icon to gain a new item slot. The first one costs 10 Gols, but each subsequent slot will cost you more.

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