How to play guide for Atomicrops

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This page will serve as a basic how to play guide for Atomicrops. While there is very little information available at this time, we urge you to check back often, as new information is being added all the time! Feel free to edit this guide with any tips, tricks, and suggestions.

Basic Gameplay[edit | edit source]

In Atomicrops, the player traverses different biomes located in north, west, south, and east of the player's farm. By defeating enemy camps, the player will be rewarded with upgrades such as: farm animals, turrets, rose seeds, crop seeds, pickaxes, and scrolls, all of which facilitate the growth of the farm. Cultivating crops will net the player currency to spend at the town, which they are transported to by helicopter at the end of a day-night cycle. In said town, the player is able to buy wood for building bridges to different biomes, crop seeds, weapons for use that day, and pickaxes with the currency. It is also possible to trade roses that are grown for hearts and for an increase in relationship status with certain strangers that have the potential to become a spouse. At the end of a three day season, the player talks to the mayor and is rewarded based on how much they grew that season as well as access to more of the town in which they can buy tractors, gamble, and trade roses for items and or animals.

Controls[edit | edit source]

Action Button
Move W A S D
Aim Move mouse
Shoot L Mouse Button
Farm R Mouse Button
Harvest Alt/Middle Mouse Button
Scroll Inventory Q/E
Use Tractor 1
Activate Scroll Shift
Fertilize Space
Info Screen Tab
Change Tractor 2
Change Scroll X

Tips and tricks[edit | edit source]

  • Planting four seeds of the same type in a 2x2 formation and fully fertilizing the seeds will cause the the crop to combine. The giant version of the crop is significantly more valuable than the base version. Fertilizing and combing can be done at any any stage of plant growth.

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