10 Best My Time at Sandrock Mods

Change the way you play!

There are already so many interesting activities to complete in My Time at Sandrock, but if you're looking for ways to spice things up even more, you should try co-op mode or mod your game.

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Mods can not only provide convenient accessibility updates to your game but also allow you to experience the game in a whole new way. Take a look at some of these great mods below.

My Time at Sandrock Best Mods List

Unlimited Orders

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Try Unlimited Orders

Completing orders is a great way to earn some easy Gols in Sandrock, but unfortunately, you are limited to how many orders you can complete each day. With this Unlimited Orders mod, those restrictions are completely removed, so you can keep working and earning Gols as much as you like.

Map Teleport

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Try Map Teleport

Map Teleport makes it so much easier to get around by allowing you to fast-travel to any point on the map. Whether you're indoors or outdoors, you can teleport to any location, as long as it isn't a location inside a building. To do so, hold Shift on your keyboard and press the left mouse button on the spot on your map.

Max Stacks

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Try Max Stacks

If you're tired of running out of space in your inventory when grinding for materials, then you might want to try Max Stacks. This mod makes it so each duplicate item can stack up to 999 times, allowing you to carry a lot more at once and carry everything you need back to your storage smoothly.

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Production Speed

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Try Production Speed

Crafting and building is a major part of My Time at Sandrock, but it can take a while to make the items that you need. The Production Speed mod allows you to cut some of that time in half, setting the speed at 2x to allow you to collect your goods from your crafting stations much sooner.

Plant Mod

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Try Plant Mod

Much like the production cost for crafted items at crafting tables, plants can also take quite a while to grow and develop. Plant Mod helps speed up that process by giving all your plants Grow Speed multiplier, including Water and Nutrient multipliers as well. Farming has never been easier.


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Try Regeneration

Along with the more casual farming and crafting in Sandrock, you also get to see a bit of combat and action as well. That's why it's important to have health and stamina and food items to help restore them when you're in precarious areas. Or, use the Regeneration mod to increase your health and stamina automatically over time. You'll earn one point of health and stamina per five seconds.

Free Love

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Try Free Love

Did you fall in love with multiple characters at once? The Free Love mod allows you to romance and date multiple characters at once without running into any jealousy problems. All characters will happily increase relationship with you without the risk of losing points due to jealousy.

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Production Cost

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Try Production Cost

The Production Cost mod goes hand in hand with the Production Speed, allowing you to reduce the energy used on your crafting stations by about half the usual cost. You can also set a custom amount as well by editing the config doc.

No Sleep

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Try No Sleep

Do you hate having to be back in your bed by a certain time every night? The No Sleep mod allows you to work, explore, or play all night long without the risk of exhaustion. Every morning, you'll receive the same benefits from sleeping without wasting time trekking back to your bed.


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Try OpenStorageAnywhere

Need an important item but accidentally left it back in your storage container? OpenStorageAnywhere allows you to open up your storage container menu and get whatever you need, no matter where you are. Simply press F4 on your keyboard to open up the menu and sort as you please.

Remember to read over all instructions and descriptions on the mod page before downloading. Some mods will have certain requirements or steps to use them correctly. You'll have to try them out at your own risk, but most of them will make your game way more enjoyable if they work properly.

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