World Flipper is a new free-to-play mobile game that was published by Kakao Games. Like many other games where you don’t have to pay to be able to play there are a couple of shops where you can buy different stuff. Some of these with real money and some with in-game currencies. However, these shops can be confusing for a new player and we are going to help. This guide will tell you about the shop in World Flipper.

Shop in World Flipper

When you find the shop menu in World Flipper you may see a few tabs that hold different items that you can buy with different resources and currencies. The first tab is called the Trading Post. There you will be able to change a couple of some resources for other in-game items. But the most important offering there is an opportunity to spend your heart scrolls for a really good weapon.

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The second tab in the shop is called The Trove. There you can buy many useful items and resources with your mana crystals. But make sure that you have enough of them and don’t waste them too much. The third tab is Bundle Marketplace. It is a premium shop where you can pay with premium currency. There are a couple of bundles with different useful staff.

The next tabs in the shop will require you to bring some specific currency. The first is called Boss Coin Exchange. There are a few bosses with their own tabs where you will be able to spend the special coins that you obtain from bosses. Each boss has its own coins. The second tab is Star Silver Exchange where you can spend your Star Silver. Finally, the last tab is for special events and it is called Event Item Exchange.

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