Poop is a material in Forager that you will likely need for many things. The Fox, who can be found in the Winter Biome will ask you to provide him with 500 Poop in order to complete a quest. Whilst it is also used in the Flower Press to create Landfill, which can be used to build Land on water tiles.
There are multiple ways to obtain it. With one way being in Markets. Occasionally, it will show up in the 'For sale' list in the the Markets in large quantities that you can buy. You can build multiple markets at once which will increase your chances of finding it, whilst unlocking the Supply skill will increase the number of items for sale in Markets from 3 to 6.
However, you can collect almost infinite poop yourself from animals in Forager. We'll show you how to do so below in depth....
Forager has many puzzles, some are easy and some are quite difficult. Luckily, this is one of the easy ones. You can view a load of puzzle guides, as well as other Forager guides in our dedicated section here.
In the Desert Biome, you will find a sign which states "There is secret where the flowers don't live". It's a riddle, and what I can tell you is that you will require a shovel, and to get access to the shovel, you will need to unlock the Farming Skill found under the Foraging tree.
Take a look at the area just above the sign, you will see 4 points. On 3 of these points are flowers, whilst one of the points is empty. This is the answer to the riddle, as flowers don't live there.
Head to this empty patch with your shovel and dig the area. A Big Chest will fall...
Forager can be stressful at times, especially when you see that you only have one heart left in the top left corner of the screen. The big question is, what happens when you die?
Well, the first thing you will see is a Game Over screen. Which is enough to make your heart skip a few beats. This sort of insinuates that the game is in fact over, and you'll have to start again.
But that's not the case, thankfully. After dying, you'll be taken to a screen where the developer will thank you for playing, then returned to the main menu. Your save is still there, ready to be loaded back up.
The save will likely take you back to a few seconds or minutes from when you died. Just make sure to kill whatever attacked you and regenerate your health.
Below, we have put together some tips and steps you can...
There are a lot of things I wish I knew before playing Forager. That's why when I completed my first run in around 15 hours, I went straight back in for a second. Using everything I learnt the first time round, I'm now able to progress through the game much faster and unlock all those much needed materials.
With that said, I thought I'd offer some tips and tricks from what I learnt. As well as some advice which will hopefully prevent you from making some of the same mistakes that I did.
Below, you can read some Tips for the game that I think are worth pointing out. If you want to check out some more guides for Forager, you can view our dedicated area here!
Don't Skip Out On Accessories
Seriously, don't do this. I didn't craft the majority of my accessories until I was close to the end of the...
In Forager, there are a total of 64 skills which can be unlocked, after reaching a maximum level of 65. Now reaching this point can take a long time, especially if you don't build the correct items or unlock the right skills.
In this guide, we've put together a list of items, skills, potions and tips which will show you how to maximise the amount of experience gained in Forager, helping you to level up very quickly.
You can view the tips below. If you want to check out some more in-depth Forager guides like this one, make sure to view our dedicated area here!
Choose the Right Skills
There are a number of skills that you can unlock in Forager to increase the amount of XP gained. Firstly, the Industry skill gives you experience when building structures, which may benefit you a little. Under the Economy tree, the Capitalism skill will give...
In Forager, you will need to use your shovel at Dig Spots in order to find Archaeology items. You can then use these items in order to complete the Archaeology bundle at the museum. The only issue, Dig Spots are quite hard to find.
Mainly because them spawning are relatively rare. Dig Spots look like oval-shaped holes in the ground that you can use your shovel on. You will receive materials such as sand, stone and gems, with a small chance of receiving one of the archaeology items.
The archaeology item you receive depends on the biome. With the Grass, Desert, Winter, Graveyard and Fire Biomes each having their own item. Digging is also one of the best ways to obtain large amounts of sand, with each land providing over a hundred at a time.
Below, we will show you how to find Dig Spots in Forager, as well as some other...