Ooblets is a game all about growing crops, dance battling with the cuddly creatures that share the name of the game, and helping restore the once-booming seaside resort of Badgetown back to its former glory. In order to do that, you’re going to be going all about town and so you’re likely wondering if it’s possible to sprint and run faster in Ooblets.
How to Sprint in Ooblets
Let’s cut right to the chase, it’s possible to sprint in Ooblets by simply holding the RT button on your Xbox One controller. It’s worth pointing out, however, that you’ll only be able to sprint for as long as your stamina gauge allows. This is the purple bar in the top right-hand corner of the screen, just below your overall energy gauge for the day.
Your stamina gauge will slowly recover, as long as you’ve got enough energy. Once your energy runs low, your character will be fatigued and won’t be able to run at all.
Running Faster in Ooblets
While it’s possible to increase your max energy in Ooblets via the WishyWell, you can also actually make your character run even faster.
To do so, you’ll want to go to the WishyWell at the center of the town. It’s where Mayor Tinstle tends to hang around in the day.
Interact with the WishyWell and make sure you’ve reached at least Level 4 in Ooblets.
Scroll right down to the bottom and you should see the ‘Faster Run Speed’ option available for 500 Wishies. If you’re not Level 4, you won’t have access to the ‘Faster Run Speed’ option at all.
Select this, and spend those hard-earned Wishies. You’ll now find that whenever you sprint in Ooblets, you’re running a lot faster than you used to be able to. Combine this with the ‘Increase Max Energy‘ option from the WishyWell and you’ll be speeding around town with no worries at all.
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