Arm Wrestle Simulator Snacks

Snacks you can receive in Arm Wrestle Simulator.

The Arm Wrestle Simulator Snacks consumable item was added to the game in the October 7th update. This consumable can be used to level up your pet which makes them slightly stronger. In the Arm Wrestle Simulator Snacks guide below I walk you through how to get this consumable and what to do with it.

How to Get Snacks in AWS

Option 1: Like the Keys item the NPCs have a chance of dropping a Snack each time you defeat one of them. When you do receive a Snack for winning you will see a message saying you got one.

Option 2: With the introduction of Snacks, another exciting addition came along—the Lucky Block. This block spontaneously appears in different in-game worlds, offering rewards, which may include Snacks, upon discovery and destruction.

What to Do With Snacks in Arm Wrestle Simulator

Snacks you can receive in Arm Wrestle Simulator.
The Snacks screen.

Snacks you earn can be fed to your pets. To do this make your way to the Pets menu and then select Snacks from the left icons. This opens the Snacks menu which shows off the three types of Snacks currently in the game:

  1. Green Apple: Grants +10 PXP (Pet Experience Points).
  2. Mushroom: Provides +60 PXP.
  3. Godly Bone: Offers a significant boost of +360 PXP.

Enhance your pets by clicking the ‘Consume’ button, which applies snacks to all currently equipped pets. Track their leveling progress by selecting a pet from the screen, where you’ll now find an XP bar in its description.

Levelling up your pets gives them an additional strength boost. This means you can further enhance the strength of your best pets than the current cap on them.

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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