Idle Angels: List of Gift Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Idle Angels is a new idle RPG for the iOS and Android platforms where you are in charge of a number of anime waifu warriors, who you take on quests to battle against all kinds of monsters, other players, and more. The name of the game is rewards, and you can get a ton of them, as well as plenty of level-ups.

While there are plenty of ways to earn rewards, the rarest (and often the ones that are worth actual money) come from entering gift codes. Gift codes are given out by the developers for various purposes, such as promotional ones or perks for loyal followers.

Read on for a list of gift codes, how to redeem and exchange them for prizes, and how to find more of them in Idle Angels!

To use these codes, get past the tutorial so that you can click wherever you want, and then tap on your avatar. This will take you to the profile screen for your character. Tap on the “gift codes“ button to get where you need to go.

Once you are inside, type in the gift code, confirm it, and then you can receive your reward.

Now then, if you want to find a gift code, the first place that you should start looking at all the official social media channels for the game. Start with the newest post, and then go back to the old posts. Keep going until you find a gift code, enter it, then go back and look for even more gift codes.

There are multiple social media channels for this game. You have your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages, along with others, so look through all of them, not just one of them. It’s very likely that one page will contain a code related to a subscriber contest that the other pages will not have.

Check out the Subreddit for the game as well, because this is where the community of players is most likely to spring up unless the developer starts an official forum themselves. Players will post codes if they find them. If you find a code that isn’t on the Subreddit, then be sure to post it as well and get the sharing going.

Another idea is to go back to where you downloaded the game from, whether it be the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, then go to the review section. Don’t leave a review just yet. Instead, look through the reviews that have already been posted to see if another player has posted a code or two.

You can check both of the app stores if you want to. All you have to do is use your browser to navigate to the one on the platform that you don’t have. If you have codes that you don’t see posted and you want to share them with other players, then be sure to post them as well.

Go to a Discord server for the game whenever you see a link to one that contains an invite. Go to the search bar and search for any post that contains mentions of gift codes, or even just codes in general. Search through all of the results and you are fairly likely to end up finding codes.

Search all throughout YouTube and Twitch to look for videos and streams relating to this game. Oftentimes these codes come out first on video, and then they show up on websites later, after the websites grab them from the YouTube videos. So stay on the lookout so that you can enter these new codes as soon as you get them and as soon as they come out.

Additionally, when you are on any of the pages that have been suggested above, if there is a comment section, then be sure to check the comment section. YouTube and Facebook typically have very active comment sections, and even if the post that you’re checking is not necessarily about the existence of codes, no doubt you’ll get a player asking about them, or somebody posting some codes.

Right now, there are no available codes for this game, because it is brand new and the developers have not released anything yet. They will, though, so be sure to check back here because when they do, we will have them sooner than anyone!

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