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Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow


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Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow

When you need a little sunshine in your day, Funkyland's escape games can always be counted on, with their bouncy soundtracks and eye-poppingly cheerful design. In Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow, because you can leave this kitschy kitchen, you need to find seven payapas... some of them are simply tucked in odd places, while others are locked away behind puzzles. There's no changing cursor, so you'll want to click on everything to make sure you don't miss something you can interact with, though this game is definitely of the short and sweet variety. There's just something about Funkyland's Fruit Kitchens games that makes you want to twirl around with some cartoon birds while you make a batch of cookies (or garlic bread, because let's face it, savory is better), and Papaya Yellow's biggest difficulty is likely to be simply missing a hotspot or two given its colourfully cluttered design, though you may need to give your thinker a light shake to wake it up. Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow is as sunny and happy as you'd hope, and a lovely way to spend a few minutes.

Play Fruit Kitchens No. 24: Papaya Yellow

Walkthrough Guide


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Walkthrough

Papaya 1

Click on the kitchen stove.

Click on the little window at the bottom left. Click to open and collect Papaya 1.

Papaya 2

Collect the can opener from the left hand chair at the table.

Use the can opener on the can sitting to the right of the door. Collect Papaya 2.

Papaya 3

Papaya 3 is sitting in the tree on the upper left hand side of the door.

Papaya 4

Click on the shelves in the kitchen. Collect the yellow OK button.

Place the yellow OK button in the centre of the panel to the left of the kitchen (the one with green squares and 'yellow fruit' written across the top).

Click the green buttons to arrange the fruit in the correct order. We saw the clue earlier.

On the shelves in the kitchen...

The jars display the order...

Top row: Quince, Pineapple, Banana
Bottom row: Grapefruit, Lemon.

Click OK. Collect Papaya 4 and the scraper.

Papaya 5

Use the scraper (collected when finding Papaya 4) on the green plate on the table. Note the number.

Click the brown box on the table. Enter the correct code. The clues are visible around the room.

The coloured plates on the wall correspond to the colours on the box...

But you will need the extra number from the green plate on the table...

1552

Open the box to collect Papaya 5 and a crank.

Papaya 6

Use the crank (collected while finding Papaya 5) on the stool to the left of the door.

Turn the crank 5 times to raise the princess frog and collect Papaya 6.

Collect the crank and attachment from the stool.

Papaya 7

Use the crank and attachment (collected while finding Papaya 6) on the head of the teddy sitting in the kitchen.

Turn the crank using the correct code to get the key.

Check out the dolphin painting above the stove...

Note the direction the dolphins are facing...

Also note that when entering directions in the teddy, the buttons on the base light up in reverse order...

LLRRLR

Use the key to open the dolphin cabinet and find Papaya 7.

Once you have all 7 papayas, use the key to open the door and escape to sweet, sweet freedom!

Cute little escape, I liked it!

12 Comments

teacher_creature July 26, 2015 2:53 PM

I can't find the key for the dolphin picture. Does anyone know where it's hiding?

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teacher_creature July 26, 2015 3:03 PM

For the dolphin clue:

start at the palm tree and go backwards.

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stuckinabasement July 26, 2015 3:31 PM replied to teacher_creature

thanks, teacher_creature!!! that's the one thing i couldnt crack.

is there a clue anywhere that suggests you should

read the dolphins clue from right to left?

i must have tried a dozen times from left to right!!!

i always seem to get through these games fairly quickly ... except for ONE thing.

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teacher_creature July 26, 2015 10:39 PM

I didn't see a clue for that. I had to watch a walkthrough on youtube to figure it out. :/

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ThemePark July 26, 2015 11:04 PM

@stuckinabasement:
Yes, there is.

Though not on the picture. The hint is in the lights themselves. You will see that they light from right to left, whatever direction you press. And that is the hint that tells you to read the dolphin picture from right to left.

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Fruit Kitchens is such a delight. I'm always almost stuck, but a little perseverance and I'm out.

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stuckinabasement July 27, 2015 1:56 AM replied to ThemePark

wow. thanks, ThemePark.

im sure i must have seen that while clicking on it. the old brain just decided not to process further than seeing it.

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walkthrough please :)

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For the dolphin clue

the dots under the bear light up form right to left.

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Walkthrough

Papaya 1

Click on the kitchen stove.

Click on the little window at the bottom left. Click to open and collect Papaya 1.

Papaya 2

Collect the can opener from the left hand chair at the table.

Use the can opener on the can sitting to the right of the door. Collect Papaya 2.

Papaya 3

Papaya 3 is sitting in the tree on the upper left hand side of the door.

Papaya 4

Click on the shelves in the kitchen. Collect the yellow OK button.

Place the yellow OK button in the centre of the panel to the left of the kitchen (the one with green squares and 'yellow fruit' written across the top).

Click the green buttons to arrange the fruit in the correct order. We saw the clue earlier.

On the shelves in the kitchen...

The jars display the order...

Top row: Quince, Pineapple, Banana
Bottom row: Grapefruit, Lemon.

Click OK. Collect Papaya 4 and the scraper.

Papaya 5

Use the scraper (collected when finding Papaya 4) on the green plate on the table. Note the number.

Click the brown box on the table. Enter the correct code. The clues are visible around the room.

The coloured plates on the wall correspond to the colours on the box...

But you will need the extra number from the green plate on the table...

1552

Open the box to collect Papaya 5 and a crank.

Papaya 6

Use the crank (collected while finding Papaya 5) on the stool to the left of the door.

Turn the crank 5 times to raise the princess frog and collect Papaya 6.

Collect the crank and attachment from the stool.

Papaya 7

Use the crank and attachment (collected while finding Papaya 6) on the head of the teddy sitting in the kitchen.

Turn the crank using the correct code to get the key.

Check out the dolphin painting above the stove...

Note the direction the dolphins are facing...

Also note that when entering directions in the teddy, the buttons on the base light up in reverse order...

LLRRLR

Use the key to open the dolphin cabinet and find Papaya 7.

Once you have all 7 papayas, use the key to open the door and escape to sweet, sweet freedom!

Cute little escape, I liked it!

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Ah, thanks for the walkthrough. I got a bit stuck because

I didn't realise you could take out the crank and the other bit from the stool, and put it on the bear's head

That's a little out of character for Fruits Kitchen. Usually everything is single use.

Speaking of out of character... I haven't seen a weird Detarou (did I spell that right? The one with the panda and the weird things) escape game for a while. Are they still making them?

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Fun little break for my day, thanks!

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