New Pokemon Snap: How to use Fluffruit

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Fluffruit can be used for a variety of different things in New Pokémon Snap and is therefore one of the most useful items in the game.

Not long after starting their adventure in the Lental region, players will unlock the ability to use Fluffruit during their research expeditions. As in the first Pokémon Snap game, the fruit can be used to feed and lure hungry Pokémon out into the open, though there are an additional uses or two in New Pokémon Snap.

Players can use the fruit to activate special Pokémon poses that are needed to completely fill the Photodex. It's also required to unlock a number of additional routes throughout the game, and in some courses it can even be used to make two Pokémon attack each other. With that in mind, it could be a vital tool for anyone looking to take unique photos in New Pokémon Snap.

How to Unlock Fluffruit

Fluffruit isn't available right away, though players shouldn't have to wait long to get their hands on it. It unlocks shortly after completing the Illumina Spot in Florio Nature Park and can be used from there by simply aiming with the camera lens and pressing the B button.

There is no limit to how many players can cast, although there is a slight delay between uses. However, generally, when one piece lands, it is usually possible to launch another. They are a little heavier than Illumina Orbs and so players will need to aim a little higher than distant targets to compensate for this.

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How to use Fluffuit

There are a few different uses for Fluffruit in the game, but the most common is taking pictures of Pokémon eating. Many Pokémon have a photograph dedicated to this in the Photodex and so it's worth trying to feed them all just to find out. Not all Pokémon eat Fluffruit, so this is a case of trial and error.

Another important use of Fluffruit is to lure Pokémon closer to the camera, which will be necessary when catching some of the smallest Pokémon in the game. Even with the biggest ones, it can be a great way to get them to look at the camera. Throwing a Fluffruit into some of the holes and caves throughout the game will usually cause a Pokemon to come out as well and any half-buried Pokemon will usually emerge after being hit by a Fluffruit.

While not every Pokémon likes to eat Fluffruit, that doesn't mean playing it against them isn't a good idea. If players hit the Pokemon with Fluffruit, they will often be sad or angry, and will sometimes offer a unique pose for Photodex as a result. There are one or two occasions when they will even attack another Pokemon after being hit, and sometimes they can open up new parts of a field due to their rage.

Finally, Fluffruit can be used to wake up sleeping Pokemon in certain courses, though this doesn't always work. While most smaller Pokémon usually wake up after being hit by the fruit, some of the larger ones sometimes remain asleep. In these cases, players must use Melody Player to wake them up, though they won't unlock this feature until a little later in the game.

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