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AMP Codes are redeemable codes that can be used to gain items in PickCrafter. These special codes can be found either in boss battles or in posts on AMP Codes social media pages. Upon entering them, they can award the player with a predetermined number of items or a certain type of chest.

Where to find AMP Codes Edit

Posted Codes Edit

Visit the @AMPCodes Twitter page. There, you will find new codes posted every few days or so. Posted codes will expire after a certain period of time, so you should not expect them to work after that point (typically 2-3 months, although some event or rare chest codes may expire sooner).

Examples:

  • Heart Chest: heartseek19 (posted Feb. 14, 2019)
  • Amethyst: feb2019 (posted Feb. 1, 2019)

Boss Codes Edit

Upon completing a boss battle, you may find an AMP Code hidden in the dialogue. They do not show up upon every defeat, so be careful when clicking through as you may miss one. So far, these codes have not been found to expire.

Examples:

  • Meatloaf (The Meatloaf): pinkBall5
  • GORG-2000 the Assimilator: gorgLife2, sassyRobot7
  • Bole the Mole: boley
  • RipTide the Mud Slinger: riptide5
  • Doggo (the dog): doggo

Hidden Codes Edit

Hidden codes are generally considered permanent and cannot be found in the usual manner. They may be reserved by the developer for a specific purpose, possibly as a reward for those seeking help from Support. They have also been rumored to be more functional such as deleting or restoring progress.

Examples:

  • Chest: fiveamp

How to redeem AMP Codes Edit

To use an AMP code, go to the "Settings" menu (click on the wooden sign on the top right and then on the gear tab) and click the "AMP Codes" button. Tap "Enter Code" and paste or type the code in the box, then hit "Submit". Once you have entered the code, your reward should pop up.

If a code doesn't work, a message titled "Code Redemption Failed" will pop up on your display. If you have already redeemed a code, the message will read "Code has already been used". Expired and non-existent codes will read "Code could not be found".

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