Arm Wrestle Simulator Bolts

Image showing the Bolts earned message in Arm Wrestle Simulator.

The Arm Wrestle Simulator Bolts are a special type of currency players can earn in-game to create Goliath Pets. This currency is very important and should be your primary focus if you are looking to create more powerful pets. To learn all you need to know about Bolts, consult our complete guide below.

How to Get Bolts in Arm Wrestle Simulator

To grab Bolts, players simply have to engage with the game. Every 10 minutes of active playtime rewards players with +10 Bolts, which instantly bolster their currency count. This means you’ll naturally amass Bolts while you’re in the game, whether you’re actively playing or simply AFK. When you earn Bolts, a screen notification pops up, declaring, “+10 Bolts! Play for another 10 minutes to gain more.”

You can check how much time you have left on your Bolt earning by using the Goliath Machine. When you open the machine’s menu you will see a progress bar in the bottom. This progress bar tracks your time and tells you how many minutes you have left before you get your next batch of Bolts.

What to Do with Bolts in Arm Wrestle Simulator

Image showing the Goliath Machine menu in Arm Wrestle Simulator.
The menu of the Goliath Machine in Arm Wrestle Simulator.

Bolts currently serve only one purpose which is to create Goliath Pets using the Goliath Machine. This machine is located in the second world, Space Gym. To use the machine walk into it to bring up its menu. Using this menu you can slot Huge Pets into the machine and then spend 100 Bolts to turn them into Goliath Pets. The process takes a total of 15 minutes to complete.

This post is part of a larger Arm Wrestle Simulator wiki and guides hub. Check out that page for more guides like this one. These guide will help you in your Strength building journey.

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