Where to Find All Wheels in Sea of Stars
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Where to Find All Wheels in Sea of Stars

Every RPG needs a good minigame

What turn-based RPG would be complete without minigames? Like countless titles before it, Sea of Stars has a unique minigame that is played across the region. The game is simply called ‘Wheels’ and offers a blend of strategy and ‘one-armed bandit’ luck mechanics. ‘Wheels’ is simple enough once you’ve played a few rounds, but if you want new units to play with, you’ll need to look far and wide. Let me show you where to find all Wheels in Sea of Stars.

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Where to find all Wheels in Sea of Stars

There are 10 locations where you can play Wheels in Sea of Stars. You’ll typically find the games in Taverns across the world. In case you’ve missed one, here’s a list of where you can find them. As I’m about to list location names, we’re about to enter spoiler territory, so consider yourself warned.

  • Port Town of Brisk
  • Town of Lucent
  • Vespertine Ship
  • Stonemason’s Outpost *
  • Town of Mirth*
  • Lake Doccaria
  • Mooncradle
  • Clockwork Castle Clocktower
  • Cloud Kingdom
  • Repine

Note that Wheels won’t be available right away for the Stonemason’s Outpost and Town of Mirth. By the time you reach the Stonemason’s Outpost for the first time, you won’t have had the tutorial for Wheels yet. The Town of Mirth won’t have much in it when you first depart from there. When a Tavern is built, you can play Wheels and get your fix.

Where to Find All Wheels in Sea of Stars

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Should I play Wheels in every location?

The minigame works the same no matter where you play, but participating in ‘Champion Matches’ grants one-time rewards. If you want them all, you’ll have to play everywhere. Here’s what’s up for grabs:

  • Archer Figurine
  • Bronze Wheel
  • Silver Wheel
  • Engineer Figurine
  • Gold Wheel
  • Priest Figurine
  • Diamond Wheel
  • Assassin Figurine
  • Platinum Wheel
  • Flimsy Hammer

At the time of writing, it seems nobody has yet figured out what the Flimsy Hammer is used for. There’s a Trophy/Achievement bound to it, which should be a big enough carrot for Achievement Hunters. The Flimsy Hammer could simply be a ‘gotcha’ by the developers, but with how clever some puzzles are in Sea of Stars, I doubt it. Sea of Stars is chock full of cryptic mysteries and optional content. Even getting back to Evermist Island is a challenge!

If you’re finding your journey through the game a struggle, don’t forget to experiment with Relics. A couple are available at the start of the game, but you can find more in shops. Check out our guide on where to find them all if you want to learn more.


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Anthony is a freelance writer for PC Invasion and has worked in the industry for four years. He's furiously competitive and is always looking for the next big multiplayer hit. Anthony thrives in high-stakes games like Escape From Tarkov and Sea of Thieves. He is also passionate about speedrunning and always looks forward to the next GDQ and ESA events. When he's not grinding leaderboards, Anthony enjoys visiting Arcades, retro gaming, and horror movies.