Guardians of Cloudia: List of Redeem Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Guardians of Cloudia is a new mobile action RPG for the iOS and Android platforms. This game is surprisingly unrelated to Last Cloudia – it’s a whole different world by a completely different developer. The game takes you through a bright, anime-esque world, where you can build up your Silverleaf and Goldleaf, collect and upgrade your pets, ascend and evolve them, and load up on rare and strong weapons and armor.

Redeem codes are codes that can be exchanged for free gifts and rare prizes that the developers have added to the game for many purposes. They can be used for promotions to attract new players, given out to loyal players as a reward for their continued support, or as a way to correct in-app purchase errors.

Read on for a list of redeem codes, how to find more of them, and how to use them in Guardians of Cloudia!

To get to the code redemption screen, tap on the button that says “benefits“ in the upper right corner of the screen. You should be able to tap this button starting about half way through the tutorial.

Once you’re in the benefits menu, tap on the tab that says “redeem codes“. Enter whatever code you want or have, then hit the button that says“Exchange“ and you will get your free gift right away.

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To find redeem codes to use, considering that this is an extremely popular RPG, one of the best places to start looking is on the Subreddit for the game, because with the popularity, there’s going to be a lot of player discussion. Players love to post codes to share when they have them, so look throughout the thread list for anything containing codes. Whenever you find the codes to post, then be sure to post them here yourself.

Be sure to also look at social media, especially Facebook, especially the official page for the game. Developers will use the official page to share codes, so subscribe so that you don’t miss any codes, and look through old posts to see if you have previously missed codes before you subscribed. Facebook groups are also a great place to find codes, because private groups full of player discussion can be almost as active as the Subreddit.

Go to other social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and more, to look for other official pages for Guardians of Cloudia or pages that are run by friends. Both page types often share redeem codes, but be careful with the fan pages, because they might ask you to take a survey in order to get a code. If you see a Page asking you to take a survey, and it’s a scam.

Twitch and YouTube are excellent sources for codes, because the developers frequently give codes out to streamers and video makers that they don’t give out on their social media. They do this so that Youtubers can use their channels and streamers can use their fan base to promote the game. This means that you can watch those videos and use that code sharing arrangement to your benefit.

Go to whatever App Store you downloaded the game from and look for codes that have been posted in reviews by other players. Be sure to organize your reviews from newest to oldest so that you have the best chance at finding working codes instead of codes that are out of date and expired. As always, be sure to add a code in a review of your own if you have one.

These codes are not case sensitive, so you can put these codes in any combination of uppercase and lowercase that you want to, and they will still work all the same.

As of right now, the following codes have been added to the game:

goctreasure

Goc777

Be sure to keep checking back with us, because we will continuously update the article as more codes are found in the game!

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