Merge Mansion Rufus Park

Merge Mansion Rufus Park is a new area that you can explore and do tasks in. The developers added it very recently, so players are still grappling with how to unlock access to it. That’s what we’ll be covering in this guide. We’ll also give you a very brief overview of what the new area is all about. Not too much; we still want you to have the joy of discovery.

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Merge Mansion Rufus Park

Rufus Park in Merge Mansion

Rufus Park is a new area in Merge Mansion, as we’ve already said. In order to unlock access to it, you need to be at least level 30. And, of course, you have to have the latest update downloaded and installed. If you have an older version of the game, you won’t be able to access the new zone. So, go into your device’s app store, find Merge Mansion, and hit “Update.” Once the process is done, launch the game. If you’re level 30 or above, you should now have access to Rufus Park.

So, what is there to do in the new area? Well, since Rufus has so much energy, you need to occupy his attention somehow. In order to do that, you need to completely renovate an abandoned, overgrown plot of land. You begin by clearing out leaves and dead bushes, trees, rocks, etc, and then proceed to build a proper dog park. The Merge Mansion Rufus Park area has over fifty tasks, the majority of which are still unknown, since it’s all very new at time of writing. But, yeah; the overall goal is to build your pet a playground, which is really sweet.

Rufus Park is not the only new thing in the game as of the latest update. There’s also the Merge Mansion Garage Cleanup Event, for example. The developers have also removed Level 5 Time Skip Boosters, with Level 4 now being the maximum. Any Level 5 Time Skip Boosters you may have had in your inventory will be replaced by two Level 4 ones. A fair exchange, but something to keep in mind.

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