MobileSuitGD: List of Gift Exchange Codes and How To Find More of Them

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MobileSuitGD is a new mobile Gundam RPG for the iOS and Android platforms, and is an unofficial creation by Farnham, as opposed to Bandai, the owner of the franchise. This game features many of the characters and Gundams that you know and love from the anime, as well as the games.

Gift exchange codes have been added as a functionality by the developer, and are often released for various reasons, such as for promotional purposes or to reward loyal fans of the game. Gift exchange codes can be redeemed for free gifts and prizes. Each account can use each code once, but you can use as many separate codes as you want to, as long as they are not duplicates.

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

In order to get to the part where you can use these codes, make your way through the tutorial until you are able to tap on the avatar, which is on the upper left-hand corner of the screen. Once you get there, tap your avatar.

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After doing that, tap on the tab that says “feature“. There will be a text box inviting you to enter a gift exchange code, which you can either type, or copy and paste from a different source. Enter your code and confirm it, and you will receive your reward instantly.

So where do you go to find more codes? The first place to start looking is on the official Facebook page for the game. The developers run a lot of advertisements anyways, so there’s a good chance you will be able to find codes here. Subscribe to the page so that you don’t miss out on any new codes that are given out.

Be sure to check other social media platforms as well, such as Twitter, UK, Instagram, Chinese social media websites, and more. Anywhere that you can find a page about this game, you are also likely to find codes that have been posted by the developer, or at least that have been shared by other fans.

Be sure to check the Subreddit for the game, because this is the most common place for fans to post, so naturally, fans will come here asking for codes, or sharing any codes that they have. If you have a code that you don’t see posted here, be sure to share it, as well.

Twitter and YouTube are also great sources for codes, because video creators and streamers tend to get access to exclusives that nobody else does. Search video titles especially, because if a streamer or YouTube or has a code, they’re going to advertise that they have it. Developers like to give codes to video creators first, because they can use their large fan bases to promote the game.

Another good place to check, especially for a smaller game like this, is the review page on the App Store. Go with whatever App Store you download the game from. Search the reviews from newest to oldest so that you have the best chance at finding new codes; also, be sure to post any codes that you find that you don’t see shared already.

Discord is a good place for codes, because players can share codes instantly once they find them or use them. Accept an invite to the channel, then use the search bar to search for any message containing the word “code“.

As of right now, no codes have been shared by the developer or by other players; however, be sure to keep checking back, because we are constantly checking our sources, and we will provide new codes as soon as we find them!

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Evan Heisenberg named himself after a Breaking Bad character one time, and then got stuck with it. He’s a San Diego guy living in Tacoma, so he legitimately enjoys the cliche “long walks on the beach.” Aside from writing about mobile games, Evan is an aircraft hydraulic maintainer and maintenance instructor. He likes weightlifting, beer, dad jokes, the Padres and Chargers, and slightly-old luxury and exotic cars.

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