One of the newly added features of the Hologram Update in Roblox Pet Simulator X is the Tokyo Alley Egg, an Egg hidden away in the alleyways of Kawaii World’s Tokyo biome. Kawaii World is the latest endgame level of Pet Simulator X and requires Pet collectors to clear Doodle World, the first area of Limbo. If you are new to the game, Limbo can only be accessed after completing all three Worlds of The Void, accessible via the Portal at the end of Tech World. Once you have made it to Kawaii World, you can immediately get started on searching for the Tokyo Alley Egg in Pet Simulator X.
Finding the Tokyo Alley Egg in Pet Simulator X
As its name suggests, the Tokyo Alley Egg of Roblox Pet Simulator X is located in one of the four alleyways inside the walls of the World’s Tokyo biome. The catch is that no one can know which of the four alleys will spawn the Egg, meaning that you must get lucky while searching through each pathway.
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Each Tokyo Alley in Pet Simulator X has four giant Boss Chests blocking their roads to the hidden Egg in Roblox. Each one has 20,000 Qt in HP, meaning that you will need the strongest Pets available if you hope to have a chance of clearing the obstacles within a timely manner. Of course, it is possible to join the fray with others to destroy each Chest of the alleyway; however, remember that the Egg’s location is random, so your hard work might be for naught. According to YouTuber DatBrian, the Tokyo Alley Egg spawns after you’ve broken the third Chest of a pathway. In other words, predicting or physically glimpsing which alley has the Egg is impossible.
Nevertheless, once you finally find the Tokyo Alley Egg, DatBrian has mentioned that the Egg costs 800M Cartoon Coins to hatch. Therefore, make sure you have a decent amount of currency saved up in order to hatch the Egg. Nonetheless, the effort and investment will be well worth it all if you manage to hatch the ultra-rare Huge Kawaii Dragon or Huge Ninja Axolotl.
Pet Simulator X is available for PC, iOS, Android, and Xbox One.