Paleo Pines: How to Split Stacks in Inventory

You'll want to know how to split stacks of dino food to make more room in your inventory.

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Paleo Pines, like any farming RPG, will have you collecting foragables and different food types. Indeed, your inventory will fill up quickly. However, the game doesn’t tell you how to split stacks in your inventory, leading to a headache when it comes to storage and feeding dinos. Here’s how to split stacks in your inventory Paleo Pines.

How to Split Stacks in Inventory in Paleo Pines

Paleo Pines is a cozy farming game, but it will certainly leave you guessing throughout. The game will continuously stack items and food you collect, which is a convenient space saver that quickly becomes problematic when the game doesn’t explain how to split stacks. You’ll want to divide up items inventory, whether it’s for storage or feeding purposes. Follow these steps to do so:

  • Controller
    • Hold RT and press A.
  • PC
    • Hold CTRL and mouse click.
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The stacks will split into halves, all of the way down to a single stack if you want. It’s good to note that you can’t split stacks with a full inventory, so make sure to head to your storage if need be.

Additionally, the Paleo Pines doesn’t provide a way to rejoin or combine stacks from your inventory. The only way to rejoin or combine stacks is to place the items in your storage and then retrieve them. 

You’ll need to split dino food before interacting with the trough. If you’re like me and accidentally deposit a large stack of food, you’ll be happy to know that you can retrieve it from the trough to split it afterward.

Well, that does it for how to split inventory stacks in Paleo Pines. I recommend you check out our dinosaur foods guide here so you know exactly what to keep in your inventory. You can stay tuned with us for more tips, tricks, and walkthroughs at our Paleo Pines guides hub here.

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Maddison Ahlbrand

Maddison started her gamer journey traversing the lands of Runescape and World of Warcraft. These days, she can be found playing just about anything, and is always chasing the exciting discovery of a good game. Maddison has a degree in Art History and Fine Art, and is a freelance writer.