Pupperazzi Guide – Moon! Objectives

Need help completing your objectives in Pupperazzi? Check out this guide for how to solve all the objectives in the Moon! area.

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!

Moon! Objectives

Use the pixel lens on the flying saucer

Switch to the pixel lens and wait for the flying saucer to come flying over the highway. Take a picture of it to complete this one.

A photo of every dog on earth

Just take a picture of Earth and you’re done. Oddly enough, this request doesn’t seem to consider the dogs living on the other side of Earth…

A friendly alien and a friendly astronaut

Find an alien dog (they’re tinted green) and an astronaut dog (wearing a space helmet). Pet them both and take a picture of both of them in one frame.

A dog skating a moon crater

Look for the skater pup near the craters. Take a picture of it anywhere (doesn’t have to be within the crater) to complete this one. It can even be skating the air! (Look, I know there’s no air on the moon, but you get the point).

Pupperazzi screenshot

A dog and the lighthouse… ON THE MOON!

Head to the edge of the Moon area – specifically, follow the highway with the craters on your left, so that you find the lighthouse in the distance. There’s no dogs this far out, but if you look to the right of the highway, you’ll find an old friend relaxing on a chair. Take a picture that includes both this doggo and the lighthouse to complete this objective.

Old timey photo of astronauts at the flag on the moon

The flag on the moon can be found near the space shuttle. Lead a couple of astronaut doggos there by petting them, switch to any black and white film, and take a picture that includes both the dogs and the flag. Surprisingly, you don’t need to exclude alien dogs from the shot to fulfil this one.

Pupperazzi screenshot

Destroy the satellite

Pick up a frisbee or beach ball (or get them from the vending machine). Double jump from the gas station’s roof and throw the frisbee or ball at the satellite. When it connects, the satellite will be destroyed. Quickly take a picture of the debris and you’re done.

If you’re too late to take the picture, you’ll have to leave the area, return and try again.

Pupperazzi screenshot

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

Leave a Reply