Epic seven tips

Collect the wood

When you start your day, make sure the first thing you pick up is a rock. Hitting it against a tree will earn you wood. Not the easiest way to collect wood, but it works. After you gather your first batch of wood, head to your workplace and craft an ax. Using an ax is very profitable because you can use it to fight as well as cut down trees and pick up more wood, a two-in-one weapon that will help you throughout your day.

Upgrade your weapon

An ax is one of your first armaments, but it is surely not the last one. As you keep yourself alive day after day, better and more effective weapons will be there for you. All the trees in the environment need various types of axes to get cut. You will be able to collect them every time you progress. Since meals play a crucial role in your survival, assure that you always have something to eat. If your character is low on food and you cannot find anything, game over!

Fruits or meat?

At the time you slaughter a cow, it provides you with raw meat. It is a good source of energy, but it also demands time and stamina for preparing it. A very smart move would be to devour all the mushrooms and the apples when you need urgent stamina. Both of these are the primary meals of your player.

Make room for the mushrooms

Mushrooms are a multi-beneficial food in Muck. Try to hoard every mushroom you see. All of them have different properties


A major difference between other games and Muck is that you cannot always go around collecting coins. You have to extract gold from the ores you locate and manufacture your coins at the workbench. This way, it makes it even more interesting to manage your finances as you will not be having an unlimited supply of coins.

Gathering loot

The only other way to pick up coins is to keep an eye on the loot monsters drop when they are killed. Sometimes, if you are lucky enough, you might find bonus chests of green color. They are also loaded with riches. Do not forget to pick them up. Every time you spot a treasure chest while roaming around the world, take the chance and open it up! Keep your coins saved for them. Most of them contain amazing power-ups that build up your playability and restore your stats.

The rarer, the better

The uniqueness of a chest can be distinguished by its colors. If a chest is rare or epic, it will cost you a lot more coins to open it up. But it is worth it because the more expensive it is, the better the award it has. If you do not have enough coins to buy a chest, use wood to create an indicator that will remind you where it is. This way, you can always return to it when you gather enough money. Monsters in muck will attack anything. Your workplace, storage, furnaces, etc., are all at risk. Defending yourself from them is the supreme priority. If you are unable to do so, you will die, and the game will end.

Building your weapons

Utilizing defending weapons like knives, swords, and arrows is an adequate move. You may find them lying around, but if you do not, it is nothing to worry about! Your workbench is always there for you to start building. Using it, you can create your very own weapons with the right supplies. When the sun is up, you can explore the world freely. Broad daylight allows you to have a clear view of everything and fight monsters. However, darkness brings danger. As soon as the sun goes down, monsters will be on the hunt. Mobs will also chase you, and you can be killed in the blink of an eye.

Shelter in mid-air

Building yourself a shelter should be your foremost priority. But for a shelter that actually shields you, it should not be on the ground. It might seem weird, but if you try to camp on the floor, you will get killed by the attackers in no time. So, the smartest thing to do is to construct your house in the sky. It is safe, easier to handle, and even provides you with an amazing view!


Apart from the shelter, place your work table at the top of the roofs too. For if the enemies break it down, you can just laze on them. Moreover, there is no reason to panic about dropping from the heights, as Muck does not consider any drop-down damage.