How to Pay your Debt in Dinkum

How to Pay your Debt in Dinkum

There are a lot of fun features in Dinkum, which is a farming and life sim game. Created by an independent Australian developer called James Bendon, the game has already made its mark in its first week of release, with thousands of people joining in to check out the open world map of Dinkum. There are a lot of villagers that you need to look after and do odd jobs for if you want to get ahead in the game. They will help you with paying the bills, occasionally. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to pay your debt in Dinkum.

How to Be Debt-Free in Dinkum

The game has a debt mechanism which makes it easy for you to get something if you really need it, and you can always pay it back later. However, you will need to clear your dues before you get anything else.

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Debt is an interesting feature because it makes you responsible for the money that you have borrowed, which you must return. You can take a loan from the Town Hall in Fletch’s tent whenever you have a new deed you want to place in the game. Fletch will tell you that you can pay it back anytime, and other people will be contributing towards it.

The villagers in your island will be helping you with the debt, but in very small amounts. You will need to pay it back in full yourself, and the sooner you do it, the better it is for you. You will be able to get better deeds if you are debt-free.

To pay back your debt, all you need to do is approach the town hall notice behind Fletch. There is a donation box here where you can see the amount that you have left to pay off. Then, you will be able to enter a number that you want to pay to the town hall which will go towards erasing your debt. Once you are down to zero, you will become debt-free.

Jayita Talukder
I’m currently doing a Master’s Degree in English, have been writing on and off for years. Part-time gamer and full-time reader of obscure literature. If I’m not at my desk, I’ve probably spotted a cat outside.

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