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Quest for Milkshake

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Carmel Games serves up something short but very sweet and silly in point-and-click adventure game Quest for Milkshake. Made as an homage of sorts to bastion of childhoods and puppets Sesame Street, in this game you'll need to help our green furry friend make a coconut milkshake for his demanding customer... even though the shop is actually out of it. When the cursor changes to show an interactive area, just click to move around or, well, interact! You'll need to hunt down ingredients around town if you want to make your customer happy, but this place is seriously weird to say the least, and you'll need the help of other monsters to make your coconut dreams come true.

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Fun game! Getting the sugar was the hard part for me.

Hit a tree with the stick

As an aside, I've noticed that the overall site *breaks* quite often :/

Non working links, links that direct to not what I'm clicking on, comments that randomly exhibit strange behavior (no comments...lots of comments on a refresh...no comments on an update).

I'm assuming and hoping growing pains:)

As a developer I completely get it. Also as a developer, perhaps add a "report a problem with this page" button somewhere to an address where issues can be addressed instead of comment sections?

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can't wait for the text walkthrough for this :)

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No-frills walkthrough!

1. Go back into the kitchen.

2. Take the GLASS from the shelf.

3. Exit through the back door.

4. On the map, click to visit the cotton candy stand.

5. Talk to the vendor and get the COTTON CANDY.

6. Take the BELL from the candy stand.

7. On the map, click the anvil to visit the blacksmith.

8. Talk to the blacksmith and get the SWORD.

9. On the map, click to visit the island.

10. Use the SWORD to cut the rope and lower the drawbridge.

11. Inside the castle, give the SWORD to Michael, and get the BOTTLE.

12. Take the STICK.

13. On the map, visit the blacksmith again.

14. Talk to the blacksmith and get the HAMMER.

15. Use the STICK on the tree to get the BANANA.

16. On the map, visit the cotton candy stand again.

17. Give the BANANA to the MONKEY, who will join you.

18. On the map, click to visit the goat.

19. Ring the BELL so that the goat will put up with you.

20. Use the BOTTLE to get some MILK from the goat.

21. Release the MONKEY into the tree, and he'll toss you a COCONUT.

22. Use the STICK on the tree to get a RUBBER DUCK.

23. On the map, click to visit the mud monster.

24. Give the RUBBER DUCK to the mud monster.

25. Fill the GLASS with mud.

26. Time to make a milkshake! Head back to the kitchen.

27. Use the HAMMER on the COCONUT.

28. Place the COCONUT PIECES in the mincer.

29. Add the MINCED COCONUT to the blender.

30. Add the MILK to the blender.

31. Place the COTTON CANDY in the mincer to obtain SUGAR.

32. Add the SUGAR to the blender and mix the MILKSHAKE.

33. Add the MUD to the MILKSHAKE in place of chocolate syrup.

34. Serve the MILKSHAKE to the customer (or try to).

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lceninexp,
You can report problems here:
https://jayisgames.com/support/

It was terrible and made lots of no sense, but it made me laugh.

Three hilarious moments:

Cotton candy scene

Coconut scene

Milkshake finale

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Patreon VIP abfdrumz October 1, 2014 11:51 PM replied to SHA

I'm still trying to figure out how

ringing a bell makes a person more tolerable to goats.

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