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August 15, 2019

pupy world [browser]

Jump and dig around Pupy World where forest animals will give you moonstones in exchange for completing quests. It's the new platforming adventure by Sylviefluff. (controls: cursor keys, space or X to jump, ctrl or C to interact)

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

Argh, this looks like it might actually be kind of fun...if it didn't feel like I was moving through molasses the whole time :(

Shrimp said...

Fun but slow indeed. Until you got that star! I'm at loss about what to do with the boncing ball and the long tail cat. Anyone?

Christopher Weed said...

omg i did the music for this game :)

Anonymous said...

Shrimp, you throw the long tail cat at the ballon person. I don't know about the bouncing ball. How do you get the stew? I'm pretty sure that's necessary for the rabbit.

Riiick said...

The rabbit just needs a large item. It isn't something you would normally eat! I don't think the ball is needed for anything.

Anonymous said...

I always mute games, even if I have to tab mute it.
So I thought the game crashed when I talked to Singing kitty.

Shrimp said...

I have nice pink hair, am out in 3 hrs or so and still not a clue about the bouncing ball. Fun one !

Anonymous said...

Based on the real life puppy?
Map was a big help.
Turn the sound back on for the ending.

MarryBerry said...

I'm seriously stuck at the crate puzzle! Is there a trick I'm missing?

MarryBerry said...

Ah I finally figured it out. But how do I take Wiggley to the cube?

Xexus said...

MarryBerry ... dig down and wiggly will fallow (punny eh?).

Emily said...

Out! And with great hair!
I thought the sciency room was a cool touch.

Unknown said...

I can't figure out how to interact with the apple, or where this long tailed cat is that has been mentioned. But it's definitely fun, and I usually don't care for this sort of game.

Unknown said...

Okay, the power of posting works again. All apple-based challenges are complete, but I still haven't a clue about the cat and the balloons.

Anonymous said...

Having difficulty finding apples and I'm not sure what to do with the crate. :(

Anonymous said...

You can really alter the landscape if you dig a lot.
I bypassed the crate puzzle.
I also broke all the leaves on the wrong trees first lol.

Anonymous said...

Here are some hints for whoever needs them:

You can find out a lot by talking to the characters.
Completing the challenges on the upper levels first might help.
If you're not sure where to go next, the map and compass available in the first area can give you some hints as to where the moonstones are.

Spoiler:
Pupy seems to be invincible!

Hope this helps someone!

Martin said...

Did it!

Anonymous said...

The crate puzzle can be completely bypassed by throwing the broadsword at the target. You don't need to use a crate.

Anonymous said...

how do you move wiggly to the cube?

Anonymous said...

how do you move wiggly to the cube?

Nat R. said...

Loving this game so far, but I have to say, I kept expecting the "pupy" to pupate.

I also found the crate puzzle cheese my first time. I retried and managed to find what I think is the intended solution.

For those still struggling with the Wiggley cube quest (although an obvious hint has been given), think about where Wiggley is in relation to the cube.




SPOILER: Directly above it...

Nat R. said...

Oh also, to the person who thought the giant bunney was eating something it didn't make sense for him to eat, there was a precedence set in the game for bunneys eating that kind of thing. Just saying.

Nat R. said...

OK, so I think the Pupy crashed the world. Like crashing the game, but from within, so it seemed like crashing the world. That's rather unfortunate, but also makes sense I suppose, given the incredible raw latent power of the Pupy.

chigley said...

OMG loved playing this

Jana said...

Very cute, relaxing and fun. Loved it!

tam said...

I need help with the apple juice making: I have a lot of apples on the ground but I don't know what to do (nor to whom give the apples... or the future apple juice)... My last moonstone awaits, please help me! :)

Emily said...

Tam-
Talk to all the characters above ground, especially the ones in the general area of the trees. They should tell you who wants apple juice and who can make apple juice.

tam said...

@Emily:
Thank you very much! I talked to the right character and everything is solved! (or is it?...).

I really enjoyed pupy world and I hope there is more to come!
Thank you, Bart, for sharing.

 

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