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Fabiola Rodriguez
2020-07-30 17:28:34

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Guide to learn how to make floors in Grounded

  In the popular Grounded game, apart from carrying out the collection of materials for various creations, you will also need to build infrastructures to advance in this, in addition to protecting yourself from enemies. Due to this, it is likely that not all players can or do not know how to make floors in the game, so we have created this article for you.
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How to make floors in Grounded?

To achieve this, you will first have to carry out the missions that are asked of you in the game's story mode, until you reach the mission that tells them to investigate the explosion in the oak tree, so you will have to go there. Once they arrive, they must enter and head towards the back room, where they will find a robot named BURG.L.

You will be asked to pick up the Grasslands BURG.L Chip that is on the floor right next to the robot, interact with the machine, and select "I found a BURG.L chip." This will cause the robot to insert the chip into its head, and players must now select "I'll Trade You Raw Science" to see what it has to offer. The offering that is relevant to this guide is listed as "Multi-story Bases", which costs 1,000 Raw Science and unlocks floors.

You can return to your base once you have bought what you need, then you can build floors for him at the rate of four grass planks per panel. These grass boards are obtained by cutting grass stalks with an ax, it is recommended to collect as much as possible in order to cover what is necessary.

Something to note about the game is that it has early access at the time of writing, which means that the exact method of building floors could change over time. Although this is seen as unlikely this will be the final release of the game.

 Now that you know how to make floors in Grounded you can start with the construction of your house where you can protect yourself from the dangers that constantly lurk in the game in addition to keeping distracted in it. Luck!

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