Candy Adopt Me - How to Get Candy Halloween Update 2021

The matter of how to get Candy in the Adopt Me Halloween update 2021 is something that you’ll have to figure out if you want to make the most of the event. Luckily, there are a number of ways that you can get the Halloween Candy, and all of it has something to do with minigames themed around the spooky season. We’ll explain everything you need to know in our Candy Adopt Me – How to Get Candy Halloween Update 2021 guide.

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Candy Adopt Me – How to Get Candy Halloween Update 2021

How to Get Candy in Adopt Me Halloween Update 2021

To get Candy in the Adopt Me Halloween update 2021 event, you need to participate in the minigames the developers have added for the spooky season. Well, first off, you get one hundred and fifty Candy for free every day. Just click the little jack-o-lantern icon on the left of the screen whenever the timer runs out. So, basically, you get a hundred and fifty free Candy just for logging in daily.

Now for the minigames. There are two: the potion-brewing and the Headless Horseman race. To do the potion one, head down to the Crypt and find the magic cauldron that’s bubbling green. Stand in the red circle and wait for the timer to end. When it does, the game will give you a list of three ingredients to find. Head out, find them, and bring them back to the cauldron to make the potion. Completing the task earns you another hundred and fifty Candy. The event repeats every eighteen minutes, so feel free to farm it.

Speaking of how to get candy in the Adopt Me Halloween 2021 update, there’s also the Headless Horseman race. Head outside the spooky area and go near the Toy Shop to queue up for the race. The Horseman just kinda runs around and drops Candy behind him. All you need to do is follow behind and collect the Candy.

Last, and definitely the least, you can buy Candy for Robux. I’m not gonna cover that in any detail here, because I never encourage people to spend real money in games. If you want to do it, you can figure it out on your own.

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