How to Get Old Parts & What They’re Used For in My Time at Portia
My Time at Portia is a simulation RPG developed by Pathea Games. You’ll be gathering, farming, building, and upgrading your way to being the best workshop in all of Portia.
A big part of becoming the best workshop in town is making sure you have the best equipment, which will come from a myriad of different ways. Old Parts are a resource that can be found in a few specific ways; here’s how to get Old Parts in My Time at Portia.
Finding Old Parts
One item that will help you find Old Parts is the Relic Detector. This will be useful when exploring the Abandoned Ruins, where plenty of Old Parts can be found.
The Relic Detector is given to you the first time you enter the Abandoned Ruins and is equipped automatically. It also does not take up ay inventory space. While walking around the ruins sporadically click the F key to scan for items.
Old Parts can also be found in the Sewage Plant Ruins by breaking crates. This area is easily farmable for Old Parts, so check back frequently if you’re on the hunt.
Becoming friends with the character Merlin will net you two Old Parts occasionally in the mail. So check that mailbox!
Recycling the following items will also garner you a few old parts.
- Fan (2 Old Parts)
- Massage Chair (6 Old Parts)
- Printing Press (3 Old Parts)
- Small Clock (2 Old Parts)
What Old Parts Are Used For
Old Parts are used for a few different things, but their primary use will be for upgrading your worktable. A level 2 worktable will require 5 Old Parts and a level 3 table will need 30.
These can also be traded to the Mysterious Man in exchange for Small Engines.
Old Parts are also used to craft the following items
- Wall Light
- Control Panel
- Waterproof Lamp
- Advanced Trap Box
- Triple Barrel Snakebite
- Vacuum Cleaner
- Water Wheel
- Water Engine
Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get old parts and what they’re used for. For more tips, tricks, and guides be sure to check out Twinfinite.