Merge Mansion Garage Cleanup Event Explained

Are you not sure what is the Garage Cleanup event in Merge Mansion? Metacore Games Oy has outlined what players can expect in June 2022 in terms of events and new content. While most of the new things seem rather straightforward, one is particularly confusing. Namely, the community is not sure what is the new Garage Cleanup mini-event. In this guide, we will explain everything you need to know about the event, including how to start it, what are the prerequisites, and more.

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Merge Mansion Garage Cleanup Event Explained
Merge Mansion Garage Cleanup

How to Start Garage Cleanup Mini Event in Merge Mansion

In the “What’s new this June” in-game note, the developer has revealed what new content and events the community can expect at the start of summer. Some content is already unlocked, like the new “Rufus’ Park” area. On the other hand, the 4th of July event is slated for later, to celebrate Independence Day. However, the Garage Cleanup mini-event is what has players confused.

This “new type of mini-event” should be available in the Garage Cleanup for all players which are at least level 12. The thing is, no one is actually sure where to find this event and how to start it. Well, the good news here is that the event has officially begun, and you will be able to play it for the next two days. Our advice is to get playing soon so that you can make the most of it.

Merge Mansion Garage Cleanup Event Explained
The in-game note about various events in June 2022

While we’re fairly sure that the only requirement for players will be the aforementioned level 12, some players think that you’ll need to have your garage complete with the Hood Ornament. Unfortunately, this task, related to the Lindsey event, is currently bugged. The good news is that the developers are aware of this bug, and will work on fixing it.

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