My brother ate my pudding – escape room
By: hap Inc.
This is a complete step-by-step walkthrough guide with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS and Android room escape game, My brother ate my pudding, by hap Inc. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.
You can watch my walkthrough video for the entire game or see my step-by-step guide below:
Opening cutscene: Open the fridge and take the pudding.
Room 01: Open the window curtain and then tap the window to hide behind the curtain.
Room 02: Pull all the books off the shelves and then hide under them.
Room 03: Tap the arrow to go right. Open the drawer to get a newspaper. Go back left and drag the newspaper to the couch to hide behind it.
Room 04: Choose the blue sheet so it blends in with the wall color.
Room 05: Go right. Open the closet and take the jacket. Go back left and give the jacket to grandpa so you can hide behind him.
Room 06: Open the closet and remove the bat. Hide in the closet!
Room 07: Pick up the chair. Go right and open the drawer to get a counter. Head back left and place the chair down. Put the counter on the chair and watch what happens.
Room 08: Go right and turn off the light. Wait until your sister passes by and then turn the light back on.
Room 09: Tap on the foot of grandpa’s blanket so only your feet will stick out.
Room 10: Open the drawer to get the nuts/seeds. Go right and open the window. Go back left and use the seeds with the bench to attract the birds.
Room 11: Open the fridge and take the carrot. Place the carrot on the plate and quickly tap on the giraffe to jump on its head.
Room 12: Go right and pick up the basketball. Go back left and give it to the referee. You then have to jump at he right moment to get it before the other player. Try to jump when the ball is around halfway down.
Room 13: Go right. Pick up the bowling ball. Then jump into the hole where it was resting.
Room 14: Open the fridge and take the Apple and orange. Go right and open the drawer. Take the flashlight. Go left again and place the two fruits on the plates. Use the flashlight on the Apple to enlarge it and then jump inside. (I don’t know. Don’t ask me.)
Room 15: Pick up the axe. Go right and use the axe to cut off a piece of reed (bamboo?). Go back left and use the reed with the water to breathe under it.
Room 16: Just keep jumping on the trampoline until you go high enough to be outside of the screen.
Room 17: Pick up the fishing rod. Open the drawer to get the matches. Use the matches to light the coals. Go right and fish until you catch a fish. Go back left and put the fish on the fire.
Room 18: Go right and tap on the fake menu.
Room 19: This one’s clever. Just tap and hold basically anywhere on the screen. He’ll hide behind your thumb!
Room 20: This one’s really cute. Have the brother climb down the well. When the sister comes by, have her look down there. Then go back to the brother and look around under there. Notice the lantern. Switch back to the sister. Have her go left and get the axe, then the matches from the drawer. Have her wake grandpa, find the cat in the orange, and then get mom from the closet. Then go back to the well and drop the matches and axe down to her brother. Have the brother use the matches to light the lantern, then use the axe to break the wooden crate. Take the rope and throw it up to the rest of the family, then have them pull him up. The end!
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