Chinese Parents is a new life simulator game for the iOS and Android platforms. You get to grow up as a child in China in the 1990s, playing mini games, organizing your schedule, making friends and hanging out with them, and studying in school to prepare for the Gaokao exams.
Gift codes have been added to the game in order to help new players get ahead quicker, and to help veteran players stay ahead. These gift codes can be redeemed and exchanged for free gifts and prizes.
Read on for a list of gift codes, how to redeem them, and how to find more of them in Chinese Parents!
In order to get to the code redemption area, first, you have to pass the tutorial at the beginning of the game. Once you can tap wherever you want, to app on your avatar, which is in the top left corner of the screen.
After you do that, tap on the “settings“ menu. Next, tap on the button that says “redeem gift” and a text box will appear. Enter your code in the text box, then confirm the code in order to get your instant free reward.
The logical starting point for finding codes would be the official Facebook page for the game, the page that’s run by the developers. They are going to socially engage with their fans, and part of this includes releasing codes, either randomly or for a special event. Subscribe to the page to see all future codes, and scroll through past posts to look for previous codes.
Be sure to look at the official game page on other social media networks as well. Check Twitter, Instagram, VK, Chinese social media networks, and more, and look for any possible mention of a code. You might find a code posted on one page that is not posted on any of the others, especially in the case of a special event.
Go to the Subreddit for the game to find discussion about the game, especially player sharing codes that they have recently used, employers asking about codes. Check The replies to the questions to see if any other players have shared codes, and if you have any codes that you don’t see posted, be sure to share them yourself.
Go to the review section of the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search the reviews from newest to oldest. See if anybody has reviewed the game and included codes as part of the review, and if they have, take those codes and use them. Be sure to post a review containing any codes that you have that you don’t see listed.
Stream and video content is another great source for Codes. Twitch and YouTube content creators often receive codes for promotional purposes from the developers and will share those codes in videos. Usually, they will advertise in the video titled that the video includes a code, making it’s very easy to search for coat.
As of right now, these are the codes that have been released and are working for Chinese Parents:
This is all of the codes that we have available right now, but as more codes are released, we will add them to this article. In the meantime, if you have codes that you don’t see listed here, then added them in the comment section, or if you want to find new codes before we do, then read through the comments to see what our readers have found.