Rainy Attic Room: Park, City, Forest, and Beach Guide

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Rainy Attic Room is a game that is all about helping your depressed friend get out of the room that they have shut themselves in, so that we can get outside, be free, and start living their lives once again. This requires a lot of time and a lot of effort put in, just like in real life.

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Eventually, you will be able to take your friend outside, starting at level 6. After you achieve that level, go to the downstairs area, and tap on the pink boxes on the left side of the screen in order to clean them out. Once you do that, you will be able to go outside.

You have a selection of two different places that you can go. The park is one of these places. There is plenty to do and plenty to collect, and even a new type of currency that you can acquire.

Primarily, you will be able to talk to your buddy, as well as tap various things that fall to the ground, such as leaves. You can earn rainwater and hot water, just like everywhere else, but you will also be able to earn a new type of currency, called green clovers.

Green clovers can be used to purchase items from the various vendors that show up at the park. The timing of these vendors is completely random; you have to check the game multiple times a day and go to the park often, and hope that you will come across the right vendor at the right time. Obviously, this can get expensive.

Depending on when you talk to the vendor, they will either be selling ingredients, artwork that you can put in your room, or even pets that you can adopt. There is nothing that you can do to trigger one vendor or another showing up; they seem to just show up whenever they feel like it.

One of the most important items that you can purchase in the park is the cooler. This is an upgrade to the icebox that you initially start out with, allowing you to hold more ingredients. On a related note, you can also find the ingredients laying around the park or inside boxes.

During the daytime, you will be able to go to the forest and walk through a maze. The correct path through the forest is not noun, but you will get a decorative acorn for your house if you walk the right path.

The city is the other place that you can go once you unlock the outside. Just like in the forest, the city has plenty of things for you to tap, earning you rainwater, hot water, and sometimes ingredients.

There is another set of currencies that is specific to the city, as well. Gold or yellow coins can be earned by talking to your buddy in the city. You will earn one for every 5 times that you talk to them, similar to hearts elsewhere.

Blue spades are the other one. The method of earning this one is a little bit more nebulous; tap whatever you can find to figure out what it is that you can do to earn the blue spades.

There are several stores that you can Peru’s in the city. One store allows you to purchase new paint colors for your room, adding some color to the other wise door house that your character lives in. Another one allows you to buy furniture; you have to upgrade and max out the furniture at your house first before you can do this, and the furniture is very expensive and primarily cosmetic.

After you have purchased the cooler in the park, you will be able to purchase the refrigerator in the city. After you purchased a refrigerator, you will then be able to purchase the stove, which increases the number of recipes that you can cook.

From the city, you will also be able to take the bus and go to the beach. When you get to the beach, you can walk around similar to the forest, collect random things in order to earn hot water and rainwater, and even tap ingredients in order to save them for cooking. Ingredients such as octopus and seaweed can be found here.

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About Evan Heisenberg

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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