Pupperazzi Guide – Lighthouse Cove Objectives (Part 1)

Need help completing your objectives in Pupperazzi? Check out this guide for how to solve objectives in the Lighthouse Cove area of the game.

Pupperazzi Guide

Welcome to the Into Indie Games guide for Pupperazzi! This guide will take you through fulfilling the objectives in the game.

We’ve arranged the guide by locations, while objectives that can span multiple locations have been put in their own sections. Remember to frequently post to dogNet and build your Follower count, as this is critical to finding new objectives and progressing in the game.

Also note that many elements of the game are randomised, such as which objectives are available to you, which ones are hidden behind the green envelope pick-up, which items can be found where, and where you might find the green envelopes.

For more information on Pupperazzi, check out the Steam page here!

Lighthouse Cove Objectives (Part 1)

Take a photo of Sea Dog while crouching

Right where you start, you’ll find a big building with the sign ‘Sea Dog’s Cameras & Boats’. Sea Dog is the dog in the yellow raincoat, sitting on a chair. Pull out your camera as instructed, crouch, and take a picture of the salty lad. Remember to complete the objective in your Objectives screen!

Pupperazzi screenshot

Take a photo of a dog and the lighthouse

Go down the stairs from Sea Dog to find a beach with many doggos. Take a picture of the lighthouse and make sure there’s a dog in the frame. This shouldn’t be too hard, as there are plenty of dogs roaming about.

Take a photo of a friendly dog

Walk up to a dog and pet it. Then take a picture while it has hearts emerging from it.

A dog playing with a stick

You’ll need a stick for this. There’s one near the vending machine marked ‘Items’, so just walk on over and grab it. If necessary, you can also buy from the vending machine shop (provided you have unlocked it by gathering enough followers and completing the objective). While holding the stick, throw it and wait for a dog to grab it. Take a picture of the dog holding the stick in its mouth.

At this point of the game, you may need to leave the area and return to the same map to find more objectives.

Check out more objectives at Lighthouse Cove over here!

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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