Pineapple on Pizza – Walkthrough & Achievements

Text walkthrough with screenshots and achievements explained.


1) Start the game

  • Play
  • Play.

2) Go right from the start along the beach until you see the statue

  • Statue
  • Approach the statue.

3) Continue your way along the beach, step into one of sailboats.

  • Sailboat
  • Step onto a sailboat.

4) Approach limbo players to break the stick

  • Limbo
  • Ruin the limbo.

5) Continue your way along the beach and go into crops field for another achievement

  • Plantations
  • Walk through the corn plantations.

6) After corns field, you will see man with birds, approach him.

  • Bird friend
  • Approach the man feeding the birds.

7) From man feeding the birds go further to find skilled dancer

  • Skilled dancer
  • Approach the skilled dancer.

8) Approach turtle not far away from skilled dancer

  • Turtle
  • Approach the turtle.

9) Continue your way along the beach. You gonna see the village. Approach kids inside this hut.

  • Kids playing
  • Approach the kids playing.

10) Step into the circle in the same village

  • Circle
  • Step inside the circle.

11) After village on one of the stones you will find baby:

  • Baby
  • Approach the baby.

12) From baby location go stright into the beach. You will find bench:

  • Bench
  • Approach the bench.

13-14) Find any way to the volcano and climp the cliff, then jump from it.

  • Cliff
  • Approach the cliff.
  • Jump
  • Jump from the cliff.

15) Start the game again. Limb the volcano and jump into it to cause volcano eruption and get last achievement.

  • The floor is lava
  • Activate the volcano.

16) Return to the boats while volcano is erupting. Step on any of them and wait for escape.

  • Escape
  • Get out of the island.
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I love games and I live games. Video games are my passion, my hobby and my job. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices. My first official job in the game industry started back in 2005, and I'm still doing what I love to do.

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