Pupperazzi Guide – Muttropolis Objectives (Part 2)

Need help completing your objectives in Pupperazzi? Check out this guide for how to solve more objectives in the Muttropolis 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!

Muttropolis Objectives (Part 2)

A dog wearing a raincoat

Head up to a dog and press the dress-up key or button, then tap Add Outfit. If you don’t get the raincoat on the first go, then tap on the arrows to the left or right to switch to it. Take a picture of the dog in the raincoat and you’re done.

Pupperazzi screenshot

Find a dog “taking the train to dreamland”

Head to the playground in the park and check inside the fake train engine for a couple of sleeping dogs. Take a picture of any of them and you’re done.

Take a photo of a dog from the fire escape

There are a couple of fire escapes in the city centre area, near the outdoor café. One is on a red-walled building on the side of the square facing the park. The other is on a yellow-walled building that you can access by double-jumping on the awning above the boneseller’s shop, and getting onto the boneseller’s roof.

Stand on any one of the fire escapes and take a picture of a dog. The dog does not have to be on the fire escape itself.

Find the great artist in the park

Go to the park and find the pond. Look for the fountain at one end of the pond and you should easily find the artist with his canvas by the bank of the pond. Take a picture of the artist (the canvas is not necessary) and you’re done.

Continue on with Muttropolis objectives over here!

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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