In Ooblets, creating a character is the first thing players will do. The customization options are some of the least extensive in games that even offer personalization. This looks to be a significant oversight for the game, except for games using default characters. \n \nInstead of being the main meal, this is more of an appetizer. In Ooblets, there are a few hairstyle and wardrobe possibilities, though not immediately. Numerous alternatives exist for people who want anything other than ponytails or balding. \n \nAs it happens, Bridgetown has a skilled barber! The person to see is Padrig, who has a business on the right side called Snips. The revolving scissors above the entrance are easy to overlook. Due to Padrig's propensity for wandering, he goes for a run, finishes some work, and returns if he isn't around. \n \nIf the options he now has are insufficient, gather several wishes from the farm and go to the Wishywell—the large fountain—in the town's center. By increasing the shop, players can open up additional alternatives at Snips. The ability to customize one's hairstyle and facial hair will finally be available to gamers in various ways. \n \nThe Kibbonbon store is located to the left of the fountain, where you can purchase additional apparel. Over the door, there is the waving cat logo. However, this isn't the only option to acquire more dress. People from the town and nearby villages frequently grant the character extra copies of their clothing in exchange for aiding them or defeating them in a dance-off. \n \nOutside of cutscenes and dance-offs, changing outfits is substantially less complicated and is possible anytime, anywhere. Just click the Clothing" button on the "Stuff!" tab of the Almanac when it has been opened. Players can choose from a wide variety of clothing, shoes, pants, and other items from this point on.