As we mentioned before when talking bout all the lovely items we can get to upgrade our rooms, a good looking, well organized room can really work wonders for viewer counts and a good reputation as a Tuber Simulator pro. It is easy to get hung up on the idea of a unique room with lots of strange items and creatures running around. However, it is easy to overlook one important element of these rooms – the furniture. When we start off in Tuber Simulator we have a basic “desk” from cardboard boxes that soon gets upgraded. This is just the start of what can be achieved with Tuber interior design.
PewDiePie Tuber Simulator furniture can help players shape a room a little better.
With time, players can build up their room with a great range of different items of furniture that suits their theme and style. It can take a little while for some of the better items to become available as the levels progress, much like the more interesting animals and other items. The best strategy is to make do with what you can get for the meantime – appreciating a “real” desk or table for what it is while your get your Tuber profile up and running and the viewer counts coming. These items can be upgraded as the game progresses so that an “eclectic” range of items can be replaced with better, more stylish items that work together.
Unfortunately, there are two important problems that Tubers face when dealing with this furniture. The first comes in finding space for it. Rooms can be expanded over time, with enough currency, to significantly increase the scale and the space to display items. This is the only way that all of these pieces of furniture are going to fit. This can seem like hard work for some people that just want to collect the fun things. Yet, a big room is essential to house everything and it will all look silly piled up on the floor. The other issue is the long delivery time for a new item of furniture. They can seem to take longer than some other features. Some bux and some games of the Puggle Mini Game can speed up the process nicely if players are in a rush.
There is a practical point to all of this, all Tubers need the right furniture to make their rooms work.
You need a good desk for your computers and equipment; you need cabinets and tables for all your collections and prizes. The stackable nature of some items means that some can be placed on table to save on space in the room. It is far too easy to ignore the PewDiePie Tuber Simulator furniture in favour of the “fun” items on top, but these items really are of use and add to both the practical and aesthetic nature of the room. The next time that a quest comes up with the chance to earn a better table, don’t scroll past it. Think of what that table could do to highlight new acquisitions and find a way to expand the room to make space for it.