Gorogoa: Complete Walkthrough Guide for All Five Fruits

By: Annapurna Interactive & Jason Roberts

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This is a complete walkthrough guide with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS, Android and PC puzzle adventure game, Gorogoa, by Annapurna Interactive. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.

See my Gorogoa review.

Tips & Tricks:

I have a complete walkthrough below, but I suggest trying these tips before resorting to it.

– In every chapter, your goal is to collect a colored fruit. That means helping the boy travel with his blue bowl.

– If you’re seemingly stuck, don’t forget to try moving a panel to see what’s behind it. Sometimes there’s more than one layer, but you won’t know that until you try.

– If you’re having trouble, turn on the hints/hot spot locator in the settings. It won’t help you with the puzzles, but it will keep you from blindly tapping everything.

– There’s a sense of symmetry to the game. Keep in mind what you did for one puzzle in a chapter, as there’s a strong likelihood you’ll have to do something similar soon.

– Sometimes you need to shuffle two panels back and forth so something can travel between them.

– Take your time and play around. It’s not a very long game, so enjoy the time spent figuring out the puzzles. It’s much more satisfying to figure it out on your own. But if you’re really frustrated, watch the videos below or ask for a hint in the comments section and I’ll try to help with hints.


Chapter 1, Red Fruit/Apple:

Chapter 2, Green Fruit:

Chapter 3, Yellow Fruit:

Chapter 4, Blue Fruit:

Chapter 5, Purple Fruit:

Chapter 6, Conclusion/Epilogue:

And that’s everything!

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This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Linda

    I’m in the Yellow Fruit and found the boy in the room with the moth – but I lost the other boy with the book, lol.
    There doesn’t seem to be any way to “un-do” my progress.

  2. Linda

    I got the Yellow Fruit and appeared at the end/door but it didn’t end? I see a map to the upper-right and above me climbing stairs? I was able to go back to the bookcase and see some of the books but before the chapter would always end. Did I do something wrong 🙁

  3. Linda

    LOL. I peeked at your Part 4 Blue Fruit – and that’s where I am, heheheh.
    Thank you for the walkthrough. I hadn’t been following it.

      1. Linda

        Not yet – taking a breather. It does get confusing but you can see the love that was put into the game. I found it for PC and play on the computer. I hate that I finished GNOG. I hope they put in more toys/monsters.

    1. Allison

      I cant get the stairs that the guy is walking up with the cane to change

  4. Leslie

    I can’t get the rock to drop and break the glass taht lets the moth out. I have it lined up just like your walkthrough, but no rock ever drops.

    1. Arthur Nouveau

      Me too! Can’t walk it back and change the shelf or other objects! Arghhh!

  5. Kim

    Hi. I’m on the yellow fruit. I’m at the last screen but the coal is not dropping?

  6. Patrick

    Can’t open the scene of the “falling boy” during blue fruit quest. Have Reid many times. Followed your walkthrough. As soon as I tap on the bookcase the screen goes blank and I must begin again. At least 39 – 40 times I’ve tried and same result. Help!

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