The introduction of the PewDiePie Tuber Simulator Puggle Mini Game has added a new dimension to this YouTube-based simulation game. The question is, is it really worth your time? The short answer is yes, it’s an extra piece of game play that adds to the fun. The long answer is absolutely, as that extra piece of game play can also bring you rewards and increase your in-game experience for future quests.
How to get to the Puggle Mini Game?
From the beginning of the game, there doesn’t appear to be any options to play the puggle mini game or ways to open it up. This can be quite confusing and frustrating. However do not fret, it is quite easy to get to but it’s going to cost you. Simply purchase an update item for your room and after completing the purchase you will see a new option for the puggle mini game appear at the bottom of your screen.
Here’s a short video we have made to show you how;
So what do we have to do in this Puggle Mini Game?
The mini game revolves around Edgar – the little pug mascot that is such an integral part of the games appeal. We also must stress the word mini here as there really isn’t that much you need to do. It is just a short game of skill/chance to try and earn some bonuses. Edgar has basically volunteered as a canine pachinko ball (don’t tell PETA) and you can win prizes depending on where he lands. The idea is to try and send him towards the + icons and the bowls of dog food for a higher rewards. The dog food is a great multiplier, but it is not a guarantee. This is where that element of chance comes in, and how they keep enticing us to play on.
The main reward is the decreased delivery time. This is vital for keen players that need to improve their submissions and don’t want to wait the full three minutes on their latest viral video of a make-up tutorial for cats….or whatever else is trending at that moment. In addition to speeding up the delivery trucks a fraction, you can win some much needed Bux and you also gain a free brain for playing. This brain is crucial if you are going to make use of the Knowledge Tree. It is also means that a failed attempt at gaining Bux isn’t a wasted attempt.
The problem for some players comes in playing it enough times to make it worth while.
The concern for some players is that it costs Bux to play each time, and the cost increases with each attempt. You can win back your spend, and more, with a lucky game. However, you can also underestimate the amount of currency you are spending. The “just one more try” mentality is strong here and can be dangerous.
A good solution may be to balance out your time playing the Puggle Mini Game with the boosts on the submission. Play a couple of games, set up the video while you boil the kettle or do something mildly productive for 30 seconds, and then reap the rewards. You only have to pretend to watch these things and it means spending less in-game resources and seeing Edgar a few less times. I mean, he is pretty cute the first time, but you said the same thing about your friend’s girlfriend’s real-life pug and now you have to put up with it humping the furniture every weekend.
Use the PewDiePie Tuber Simulator Puggle Mini Game wisely
Puggle is there to do two things – both of which are very different. There is no doubt that the risk element is there to get us spending Bux and spending more time on the game for a small reward. However, those that show restraint and are lucky with where Edgar lands will find that their delivery times drop and their Bux balance increases.