Many video games allow players to experience a different way of life in many settings. Dinkum is a game that focuses on the Australian outback. Although the indie simulation title is still in Early Access, it has gained many fans. We are here to help those who are just starting out in the world of simulation and want to know how to make Tin Sheets in Dinkum.
Tin Sheets for Dinkum
If you want to build John's Shop, then you will need some Tin Sheets. Fletch may not be the most helpful, but Tin Sheets are possible by cutting a Tin Bar in half and/or by using the metal detector.
Use the Saw
A Tin Bar can be used on the saw to run the machine like lumbar. This will result in a Tin Sheet which can be collected on one side of the tool. This information can also be found in the Tin Sheets tooltip.
Tin Ore is used to make Tin Bars.
Using Metal Detecting
You can use metal detecting to find your Tin Sheets if you don't want to waste your Tin Bars. Both the Excavation License and Metal Detecting License must be unlocked. After that, you can purchase both a Shovel or a Metal Detector.
The latter will search for Tin Sheets on the island and then the former will dig them up. It is important to remember that Tin Sheets are not guaranteed when metal detecting. This can make it time-consuming.
Once you have mastered the Dinkum method of getting tin sheets, you'll be prepared for any challenges that may come. You can find more information on Dinkum, as well as other life simulators like Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing in our other guides. Or search Twinfinite for more specific information.Similar Posts: How to Play Dinkum Multiplayer With Friends
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