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First for a funkyland!!I'm going in now, sir...
Man, that was tough! Could have done without the math puzzle. But a great game. Just make sure you've actually finished with each item/puzzle, all is not as it seems.
A little harder than their usual, but it is an easy series. If you get stuck where I was stuck for a few minutes, it will help to realizespoilerthingsthatlooklikeaplacetoinputtheanswerpuzzlemightbeahintfortheactualpuzzlespoiler
Thanks for the clue! It got me out of there, And what a collection of cakes at the end. Yummy.
Fun and easy, but it took me a couple minutes to realize I had to go back to one of the puzzles.
Oh wow! Is this the grande finale of the fruit kitchen puzzles?
I don't remember where I put the can opener that I used last time...
Definitely tougher than usual. I was stuck for the longest time with the fruit basket, because I had already tried to put it in the right place, but apparently it only works after you've used that place for another puzzle first.It also took me WAY too long to find the second use for the floor sweeper.
Tam, after you solve the clue under the frog - the clue dealing with a variety of fruits - the frog has its hands out for something. What could it want?
I have to admit it took me a while to figure out the stupid turntable box. I made it way over-complicated and then I watched a walkthrough and facepalmed.
I had to go to the walkthrough for the clue for the 7 little dolls, but other than that, not TOO bad (a LOT of random clicking, though, for the math clue). Definitely harder than most of the FunkyLand games, but enjoyable. Thanks for posting :)
Don't be like me and confuse L and R! That makes it a lot harder than it needs to be.The apple shapes have to do with the doll puzzle.
Also got totally stuck until I got the maths right... then it was pretty easy :-)
good one! i liked the fact that i had to think a bit harder!thanks!
Good one! And thanks for all the small hints!
Needed the walkthrough, no idea how those cube maths puzzles worked out, the rest was tricky as well. Looks like that was the last one as well, nice to see a different ending with the froggy and all those cakes!
Can't wait to see the next Funkyland series! Here's a "translation" of their farewell message for the Fruit Kitchens:"It has been made already a cold, everyone, how about you spend without your changes.Well, it is our enjoying long to you"Fruit Kitchen" series is the last round was welcomed!The last round of the fruit or will is not it time now,It is the "apple"Of fruit kitchen key to head for the escape apple was the theLet the final episode in the apple! And because I had decided to.By the way, the inside of the fruit of the apple "blueberries" is.***Since the last round, a little prime feeling than usual the mystery,At the end of the terrace,Since the previous fruit & desserts Yes incorporates all,Final episode
Thanks Anna, I needed that hint about the apple shapes
@Emily:Thanks!Now I remember: I lent the can opener to the frog... :) I am so happy... and out! :)
That number clue and puzzle were what got me. After that, everything fell into place. Cute little end to the series. :)
Thank you, Bart, for posting this series by Funkyland. I really enjoyed it and am sad to see it end.
Replaying the old ones is fun too (although somehow they seem easier than before :) )
Bake sale !Thanks for the faces faces hint.
Hello, i am stuck with 5 apples/7. Where can i find a walkthrough or help on this level?Thanks in advance for your response
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