In Ooblets, players will need to collect Clothlets and plant Clothplants Seeds if they plan on repairing their farmhouses and making Oobcoops. Unfortunately, you’ll need quite a handful of Clothlets to perform these functions and they can be a bit tricky to save up. So, in this guide, we are going to explain where to find Clothlets and Clothplants Seeds in Ooblets so you can automate the collecting process.

Ooblets: Where to Find Clothlets and Clothplants Seeds

There are a couple of different ways to find Clothlets in Ooblets, and perhaps the easiest way is to grow them from Clothplants.  These can be purchased from Meed’s Seeds in Badgetown for 32 Gummies and from time to time they will go on a half-off sale and will be priced 16 Gummies, so you’ll want to watch out for that. With the seeds in hand, players can plant them and wait three in-game days to receive Clothlets from their crop. Further, if you have any fertilizer on hand, you can use it to speed up the growing process.

In addition to all of this, if weeds start to sprout up in your farm, there is a chance that you’ll get some additional Clothplant Seeds by pulling up those pesky weeds. While it doesn’t happen every time, this will be a nice reward for doing some daily chores. 

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The last two ways to find Clothlets and Clothplant Seeds in Ooblets is by exploring Oob and spending 10 Wishes at Wishing Well. That being said, these two methods aren’t really the best and can often be a waste of time. However, if you’re desperate, it can be a final shot at trying to find Clothlets and Clothplants.

If you’re not familiar with the game, Ooblets is a life-sim game akin to that of Stardew Valley. In it, players will work and live in Oob and will be encouraged to be an active member of the town. There are a handful of different areas players can explore that have their own characters, local plants and biomes, and ooblets. If you’re a fan of games like Animal Crossing or the aforementioned Stardew Valley, then this is probably one you’ll want to check out. It is the first game developed by Gumberland studio and is currently in early access on Steam and Xbox One. 

However, if you need a break from the world of Ooblets, there are tons of other games to check out. On our homepage, we have lots of gaming-related coverage from news and features to guides and reviews. In the links below, you’ll find some of our more recent gaming coverage.

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