Pupperazzi Guide – Muttropolis Objectives (Part 3)
Need help completing your objectives in Pupperazzi? Check out this guide for how to solve even more objectives in the Muttropolis area.
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.
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Muttropolis Objectives (Part 3)
Two dogs with bones
Head to a vending machine and wait for two dogs to wander nearby (neither dog must be on a vehicle, of course). Then, dispense two bones from the vending machine and give one to each dog. Take a picture as quick as you can that includes both dogs holding bones in their mouths.
The dogs can be at any distance, so don’t stress it – just give two dogs bones and angle them up together in one shot.
Find the cement truck
Hit the streets and look for a big cement truck with dogs on top of it. Take a picture of the cement truck and you’re done. Despite the post-objective comment, you don’t need to include the dogs in the picture.
If the cement truck has recently left the area, then it will take a while to reappear. Wait or do other objectives and take a picture when you see the cement truck in the city area.
Find hats for the theater troupe
Go to the park, specifically to the theater venue, which can be found by crossing the forest path from the playground. You can also find it by going to the end of the pond with the vending machine, i.e. on the opposite side from the fountain end.
Head up on stage and press the dress-up button on each of the dogs on stage. Give them a hat – any kind will do – and take a picture of all three of them.
One or more dog may already have a hat, so just put a hat on the others. Make sure you include all three dogs on stage and they’re all wearing hats.