Idle Space Farmer: List of Redeem Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Idle Space Farmer is a new idle game where your goal is to run a space alien-blasting farm, earn coins, and not only upgrade your warriors, but also your transportation and your bank. You can earn coins and gems, rack up a collection of cute characters of various star rarities, up to five stars, and more.

You can earn a ton of rewards in this game both online and off-line, but some of the rarest rewards come from the redeem codes of the developers give out. Redeem codes can be found in a variety of places, and we will detail all of them.

Read on for a list of redeem codes, ways to find more of them, and how to use them in Idle Space Farmer!

After you finish the tutorial, you will be able to access the menu where you can redeem codes, but the location can be a little bit tricky at first. Go to the settings menu, then scroll all the way down to the very bottom. The very last button on the menu is the “Redeem rewards“ button.

Click on this button, enter any code, or multiple codes, and then confirm them in order to exchange them for prizes. Do this anytime that you find a new code.

So how do you find new codes? One top source is on Facebook, or other social media. Facebook is the most likely place to find codes first, but other social media channels for the game, especially the official ones, are also likely to have codes.

Check all of the social media channels that you find, not just one of them. Often developers give out codes as a reward for reaching a certain subscriber mile stone, and obviously, those milestones are different on Facebook then they will be on Twitter or Instagram, etc. So check all available sources, not just one.

Another very likely place where the developers will release codes is directly to Youtubers and Twitch streamers. Look for videos and streams were codes are advertised in the title, or for streamers who have high subscriber accounts and thus are likely to give out codes. Developers give them codes directly so that they can use their built-in audiences to promote the game.

Another great pair of sources is on the Subreddit for the game, or on Facebook groups. These are excellent places to look because players love to post codes that they find, and other players left to ask if anybody has found any codes. If you have codes of your own that you can’t find posted in these two locations, then be sure to add them.

Go to the App Store or the Google Play Store and check the review pages to see if anybody put redeem codes in a review. These are especially likely sources for smaller games that might have a smaller social media or YouTube presence. As always, if you have a code and you don’t see it here, then be sure to post a review containing the code.

If you find a Discord chat room invite link for a channel about the game, then join it and use the search bar at the top of the screen to search for “redeem codes“ or just “codes”. You’re fairly likely to find messages left by other players in the chat that have codes contain within them. If not, then be sure to add your own codes.

Right now, no codes have been released yet for this game, because it is brand new and not very well-known yet. Expect the developers to start adding codes soon. The second they do add codes, or provide codes to streamers, we will get them posted up here!

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