Grounded‘s slight 80’s sci-fi feel is perfect for a game where you’re exploring a giant backyard while the size of an ant. With that concept, crafting and building are key to the gameplay loop. One of the items that you’re going to use all the time is Repair Glue. You’ll need this any time your armor requires restoration. That means you’ll want to make as much of it as you can. Here’s what you need to know.
How to Make Repair Glue in Grounded
To make Repair Glue in Grounded, you need to collect various bug parts. Several different parts can be used to craft it, but the amount you’ll need will differ. Here’s a list of what you can use to make it:
- Roly Poly Parts x2
- Bombardier Parts x5
- Black Ox Parts x2
- Ladybug Parts x5
- Antlion Parts x3
- Termite Parts x4
- Stinkbug Parts x5
Once you have at least one of those in your inventory, you’ll have to interact with the Glue Masher. If you don’t have access to one, you’ll need to acquire three Acorn Shells, three Sprigs, two Crude Ropes and one Stinkbug Part to craft it.
With the glue made from one of the materials in the glue masher, you’ll now have access to Repair Glue for your use. So, how do you use Repair Glue? Well, the first thing you’ll need to know is that Repair glue only works on armor and weapons that are past level 5. So you won’t be able to use it on broken armor or weapons underneath that level. Upgrading weapons is important.
If you do have armor or weapons that are above level 5 and in need of repair, first, head into your menu. then interact with your item and choose the repair option. You’ll have to use repair glue, and possibly another item needed to repair it, so make sure you have that item in your inventory before attempting to repair it. If you have every material to repair your item, just repair it from the menu, and you’ll be all set!