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How to make Goku in Infinite Craft

Hey, it's me, Goku.

Infinite Craft isn’t limited to real-world creations—you can explore far and wide with various combinations and even create fictional characters like Goku. However, you’ll need some patience to create this Dragon Ball Z character as you’ll need to link more than 45 elements.

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Neal.Fun’s latest hit forces players to get creative and make associations between concepts to reach unthinkable elements. As the name suggests, there are infinite crafting recipes that can range from abstract concepts such as time to mundane things like a tree, or even fictional characters like Star Wars characters, Peter Griffin, Pikachu, and The Simpsons.

How to make Goku in Infinite Craft

Goku recipe in Infinite Craft
The Dragon Ball Z anime started in 1989. Screenshot By Dot Esports

To make Goku in Infinite Craft, you’ll need to combine Dragon Ball Z and Anime. Both elements have quite a long recipe path of their own, so we’ve broken down each below.

How to make Anime in Infinite Craft

Anime recipe in Infinite Craft
Anime did have American influence when it started taking. Screenshot by Dot Esports

It’s easier to create Anime, so we recommend starting with that. For Anime, you’ll need to combine Japan and America. You’ll have to start with the basic elements and get Continent and Lake to make America, and Sushi and Land to make Japan.

Make America first to also unlock the Continent element we’ll need for Japan. Follow these steps to get America in Infinite Craft:

  • Earth + Earth = Mountain
  • Mountain + Water = Lake
  • Lake + Lake = Ocean
  • Ocean + Earth = Island
  • Island + Earth = Continent
  • Continent + Lake = America

Now that you have unlocked Continent, you can create Land and combine it with Sushi to make Japan. Here’s the full recipe to create Japan in Infinite Craft:

  • Water + Earth = Plant
  • Plant + Water = Swamp
  • Swamp + Plant = Venus Flytrap
  • Venus Flytrap + Ocean = Seaweed
  • Seaweed + Mountain = Sushi
  • Earth + Continent = Land
  • Land + Sushi = Japan

Combine America with Japan and you’ll get Anime! You’re a little over halfway there: Now you’ll need the second part of the main recipe, Dragon Ball Z.

How to make Dragon Ball Z in Infinite Craft

Dragon Ball Z recipe in Infinite Craft
There is indeed a lot of fighting in Dragon Ball Z. Screenshot by Dot Esports

Dragon Ball Z requires you to have Human unlocked, otherwise you’ll have a lot more work. We already have a guide on how to make Human in Infinite Craft, so check that out if you haven’t got it yet.

Here’s a step-by-step on how to get Dragon Ball Z in Infinite Craft:

  • Fire + Tree = Ash
  • Ash + Continent = Asia
  • Asia + Human = Chinese
  • Chinese + Island = China
  • China + Japan = War
  • War + War = Battle
  • Battle + War = Fight
  • Fight + Anime = Dragon Ball Z

Once you’ve got Dragon Ball Z and Japan, combine them and you’ll have everyone’s favorite Super Saiyan fighter added to your collection! The fun doesn’t stop there: Here are other combinations involving Dragon Ball Z and Goku:

  • Goku + Dragon Ball Z = Super Saiyan
  • Goku + Earth = Vegeta
  • Goku + Flower = Saiyan
  • Goku + Asia = Dragon Ball
  • Goku + Water = Kamehameha
  • Goku + America = Superman
  • Goku + Chinese = Kung Fu
  • Goku + Mountain = Gohan
  • Dragon Ball Z + Time = Dragon Ball Z Kai

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