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How to make clay in Little Alchemy 2?

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Little Alchemy is a fun and addictive game where the players have to combine different elements to make new ones. You can create items such as a human, explosion, wood, electricity, and clouds, among others.

Overall, it is a simple yet exciting game and can be played on any device with little difficulty. Moreover, you don’t have to be an expert in the game and this is the reason why the Little Alchemy 2 app has been downloaded more than ten million times on Google Play Store. The game has over 500 items that you can craft and the game is being constantly upgraded and new items are being added.

In this article, we talk about how to make clay in Little Alchemy 2. You can alternatively also check out the video added at the end of the article to make clay in Little Alchemy 2.

Make clay in Little Alchemy 2

Creating clay in Little Alchemy 2 is easy. You just need Mud, Pressure and Stone to make clay.

Here is a full process of how to make clay in Little Alchemy 2:

Step 1: Create Mud by mixing Water and Earth.

Step 2: Create Pressure by mixing Air and Air.

Step 3: Now that you have created Mud and Pressure, it is time to create another necessary ingredient of Clay — Stone. To create a Stone, mix Earth and Pressure.

Step 4: Now comes the final step of creating Clay in Little Alchemy 2. Now that we have all the necessary materials, just mix Mud and Stone to create Clay.

Congratulations, you have now created clay in Little Alchemy 2! This is what Clay looks like in Little Alchemy 2:

Once you create an element, it will be displayed on the right panel. You can now use that element to create hundreds of other elements and feel like an alchemist.

Using the clay, you can craft other items and expand your alchemy powers to that of the mighty alchemists of old age.

Also read: How to make a gun in Little Alchemy?

Kumar Hemant

Kumar Hemant

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