How to Unlock Tropical Soda Island Cookie Run Kingdom

If you’re having trouble figuring out how to unlock Tropical Soda Island in Cookie Run Kingdom, you’ve come to the right place. The process isn’t too complicated at all, but you will have to invest a lot of time (or time-savers) to pull it all off. Then, there’s also the matter of completing a quest for Avocado Cookie. Again, nothing too bad, but just in case you get stuck, here’s how to open the Tropical Soda Islands in Cookie Run Kingdom.

how to unlock tropical soda island cookie run kingdom
How to Unlock Tropical Soda Island Cookie Run Kingdom

How to Open Tropical Soda Island in Cookie Run Kingdom

To open or unlock the Tropical Soda Island in Cookie Run Kingdom (or Islands, to be more exact), you need to meet several requirements. The first one is that your Cookie Castle needs to reach level 5. The next thing is that you have to expand your territory to clear the area directly connecting with the ruined dock. It’s on the left side of the map; you can see what it looks like in the image above. Obviously, you’ll have to wait for the in-game clock to time out while clearing the area, or spend some time-savers, if you have them.

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After you clear the area, you still have to complete the tasks for Avocado Cookie before you can use it. Find the box with wings on the right side of the screen and click it. You’ll see a quest telling you to hand in the harbor materials. To unlock or open the Tropical Soda Islands in Cookie Run Kingdom, you need to complete the quests for Avocado Cookie until the dock is repaired and a ship appears next to it.

Interact with the ship, and this will reveal what basically amounts a sea of fog. To clear a block of fog, you basically have to reveal it the same way you expand your territory on land. Yes, you’ll have to sink more time-savers to skip the wait, because mobile games are just gross that way. Good luck on your voyages!

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