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How to Add Mods to Coral Island?

Here is how to modify the latest farming craze!
Coral Island Town Hall
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One of life’s little joys is the ability to mod almost any game on PC, including the overwhelming number of cozy farming sim games on the market today. Here is how to add mods to Coral Island!

How to Mod Coral Island?

While it is unfortunate that Coral Island does not natively support game mods, there is a workaround in the form of WeMod, a third-party software that allows users to modify their game in various ways. With WeMod, you can get the following perks:

  • Enable God Mode
  • Unlimited Stamina
  • Unlimited Watering
  • Unlimited Money
  • Edit Money
  • Items Do Not Break
  • Increase/Decrease Game Speed
  • Increase/Decrease Movement Speed

It’s a lot to alter and change in the game, allowing you to custom-tailor the game to suit your play style and needs. For instance, if you don’t want to grind for a ton of money in Coral Island, edit the amount you have so that you can purchase any items, seeds, or clothing options in the game.

Related: Coral Island Farm Name Ideas

How to Install WeMod?

If you do wish to install and use mods in Coral Island, you will need to download WeMod and run the software while playing the farming sim. It’s simple enough:

  • Visit the WeMod website.
  • Click ‘Download’ in the top right corner.
  • Install the software.
  • Run it in the background. It will automatically scan your computer to find compatible installed games.
  • Open the WeMod overlay in-game and select the modifications you want, then save the mod profile.

It’s that easy to mod your Coral Island to your liking!

From game modifications to in-game festivals, like the Cherry Blossom Festival, Gamer Journalist aims to cover the hottest trends in your favorite games. Coral Island is on our radar, just like it’s on yours, and we’ll have new guides and features for the game coming soon!

About the author

Brandon Morgan

Brandon is a freelance writer with Gamer Journalist. After jumpstarting a professional writing career in 2012, Brandon went on to cover video games for Prima Games, OnlySP, MP1st, The Nerd Stash, and countless other online publications. For a short period, he worked in digital marketing, learning search engine optimization that helps improve his video game guides today.

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