Today I’m going to show you how to feed the Jellyfish Jam in SpongeBob Adventure using Jellyfish feed made in Jenkins’ Farm.
In order for your Jellyfish Jam to make actual jam you need to keep it fed. If you skipped through the tutorial without thinking much you probably missed a tiny detail.
I’m going to guide you how to feed the Jellyfish Jam in SpongeBob Adventure, step-by-step, and I’m sure you’re not going to forget again.
How to Feed the Jellyfish Jam in SpongeBob Adventure
First you need to make sure you have enough Jellyfish Food. Click the building where you keep the stored food, and see how much is in your inventory.
There’s one in my inventory, enough to feed it one more time. All you need to do is tap the Jellyfish food icon and drag it to the ground next to the Jellyfish.
Tap the green check mark when you’re sure it has room and you didn’t accidentally placed it over some flowers or something.
If you don’t have any in your inventory, it’s time to show you how to make Jellyfish Feed.
How to Make Jellyfish Feed in SpongeBob Adventures
Make sure you have enough kelp and corn. You get kelp by clearing it up from the map, the green grass that’s everywhere, and grow your own corn on the plant beds. Now you can head over to Jenkins’ Farm and click on it.
You can make a few Jellyfish feed, whenever you have the resources, just to make sure you don’t run out when you need to feed your Jellyfish Jam.
Now that you have enough Jellyfish Food all you need to do is drag and drop it on the map next to the Jellyfish Jam so your jellyfish can produce the jam you need.
Gathering resources is important for almost any building process, so make sure you are stocked up with the most basic ones at least so you don’t have to worry about it later.
Getting them is not always easy as the energy points are not many and you can run out fast. Check out my article about how to get more energy in SpongeBob Adventures so you make sure you can play the game as much as possible.
If you encounter any other issues throughout the game, let me know in the comments section below. I’d love to help out where I can.