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Check out our strategy guide for Little Shop – Memories.

Little Shop Memories is a classic hidden object game with 60 regular levels, 16 mini-games, and a Blitz mode. Our Strategy Guide includes general tips and a screenshot for each scene showing the locations of all bonus items and power-ups, as well as solutions for all mini-games.

Once you’ve unlocked Blitz mode, you can start it from the Main Menu. You can go back and forth between Blitz and Regular from the Main Menu whenever you like.

You can also access the Trophy Room from the Main Menu to see the trophies you’ve earned so far. Hover your cursor over any empty trophy space to see what you have to do to earn that trophy.

GENERAL TIPS FOR REGULAR MODE

  • The game offers two modes, Regular and Blitz. After you complete levels in Regular, the Blitz mode will unlock and you can play in either mode by choosing from the Main Menu.
  • The attic has 16 locations where you will look for keepsakes, like the broken television, the bookcase, etc. Each location has 4 memory scenes and a mini-game. You will have to complete all 4 scenes and the mini-game before you can go on to the next location.
  • You can play the 4 available memory scenes in any order. You can also replay any memory scene if you want to get a higher score.
  • There are 12 unique memory scenes. By the time you have completed Regular mode you will have visited each one 5 times. Each time you visit you will get a different Find List and some of the items will have moved.
  • Each of the 12 memory scenes includes 4 ?’s, 2 thermometers, 2 cameras, 3 “prank cans,” and one polaroid picture. Once you find these objects, they are removed from the scene for the rest of the game in Regular mode.
  • The ?’s add to your Hint Counter, and these carry over from scene to scene.
  • The thermometers and cameras are used as soon as you click on them, so don’t click on them until you need them.
  • The cameras vary a lot in style, but only still cameras count. Movie cameras and security cameras do not.
  • The thermometers all look similar—a white rectangle with a blue to red line on it.
  • You will be given a list of 15 items to look for in each memory scene. Each item that you have to look for will appear in a bubble at the bottom of the scene, 5 at a time.
  • Once you find one item, another one will appear in its place until all 15 have appeared.
  • The Little Shop series is unusual in that some multiples offer more than you need. For example, if the Find List says “3 squirrels” there may be 4 or 5 in the scene. Any 3 will be accepted.
  • Find 10 out of the 15 items to pass a level. Find all 15 items and you’ll get a gold star rating.
  • If you did not find all 15 items before the end of the round, you will be given a choice to continue to the next level or replay so you can obtain the gold star. You can also come back and replay later.
  • When you complete a memory location you get a “keepsake item” that goes into your scrapbook. There will be 5 keepsakes for each memory location by the time you have completed Regular mode.
  • The scrapbook page will also show you how many of the bonus items you have left to find in that scene.
  • You can replay a memory scene at any time by clicking on the scrapbook, clicking on the tab for the memory location that you want to play, and then clicking on the keepsake item in the scrapbook.
  • The last page in the scrapbook is The Appendix, where you’ll find the bonus Polaroid pictures.
  • Once you’ve completed all 4 memory scenes and the mini-game for a particular attic location, you’ll receive an inventory item to open the next attic location. This might be a crowbar to open a box or a part to fix a broken item.
  • Using the inventory items is really easy. You only have one at a time, and it will be attached to your cursor. Just click on the next attic location, which will be sparkling, and it will automatically unlock it so you can play the next 4 memory scenes.
  • If you don’t beat the timer for a mini-game, just play again. It will have the same items in the same locations, so it should go more quickly the next time.
  • In the mini-games only, as you move your cursor around it will sparkle slightly when you are near a needed object. There are no other hints in the mini-games.
    Once you’ve completed the game in Regular mode, you can continue to replay any level to get higher medals or earn trophies.

General Tips for Blitz Mode

  • This mode is unlocked after you play Regular mode. Once it is unlocked you can play either Regular or Blitz by choosing from the Main Menu.
  • You can play any of the unlocked memory scenes in any order. Just select the one you want from the Blitz menu.
  • The complete Find List will be around 75 items, presented 5 at a time. As you find each item, it is replaced on the Find List by the next.
  • You get a new supply of hints, cameras, and thermometers each time you play Blitz mode. You can use these to find items if you need them, but they take time to use.
  • There are also new prank cans in Blitz mode, but don’t click on them—they’ll just take time and they don’t count as Find items.
  • Items will be in the same place each time you play in Blitz mode. The replayability comes in trying to beat your previous time.
  • Although it’s the same items in the same place, the order of the Find List does change when you replay a level.

SPOILERS: SCENE BY SCENE

  • There are 12 unique memory scenes and 16 mini-games.
  • The scrapbook page for each memory scene tells you how many special items you have left to find for that scene.
  • The next section has a screenshot for each memory scene.
  • The 4 ?’s are marked in yellow.
  • The 2 Thermometers and 2 Cameras are marked in red.
  • The bonus polaroid is marked in blue.
  • The 3 prank cans are marked in green. You get an extra trophy if you find all the prank cans in Regular mode.

The Lemonade Stand

  • “Banana seat” refers to a type of long skinny bicycle seat, popular on children’s bikes in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • A “hydro” is a kind of toy boat that was meant to look futuristic.
  • The object standing up on the table that looks like a crayon isn’t.
  • The cowboy hat is in the clouds.

Village Bike Shop

  • There are more monkeys than you will need in the scene. The first ones you pick will count and then the object bubble will go away.
  • Some of the bells are round.

Ice Cream Truck

  • The dime is an older style. It is on the ice cream part of the ice cream cone in the lower left.
  • The Lincoln Memorial is on the crates on the lower right. The Lincoln on the pink ice cream cone on the truck is part of the penny.

Family Barbeque

  • Bottle rockets are fireworks on a stick. The idea was to put the stick in a soda bottle and light the fuse so the firework would shoot up in the air. They are now considered too unsafe for home use.
  • An evacuator is a piece of construction equipment used for digging trenches.

Mini-game 1: Restore the Vintage Photograph

  • Drag the appropriate items onto the silhouettes and the photograph will be revealed.

High School Lockers

  • There were a lot of variations on the pet rock, but usually it was a rock with little toy eyes on it.

Mini-game 2: Find the Jewelry Pairs

  • There are 5 pairs of jewelry items: Rings, Bracelets, Necklaces, Watches, and Brooches.
  • Matching pairs are marked with the same letter in the screenshot.
  • If you don’t beat the timer, just replay it—you will get the same items in the same places, so it should go faster the next time.

Drive-in Movie Theatre

  • The mosquito repellant is an electric coil.
  • The candy bar is not in a wrapper.
  • The air filter is in the glove compartment.
  • Make sure you check the rearview mirror in the car.

Mini-game 3: Combine 5 Pairs of Junk Pile Items

  • Using the clues on the chalkboard, you must click on two items in a row that will match that clue. The pairs are marked on the screenshot with the same letter.
  • White paint + Red Paint = Pink Paint
  • Tortoise + Hare = Famous Race
  • Peppermint + Wooden Cane = Candy Cane
  • Soap + Sponge = Lather
  • Rope + Pulley = Winch

College Dorm

  • The dartboard and the acoustic guitar are very faint images on the TV screen on the left side.
  • Check the computer screen.
  • There are more food spills than you will need in the scene. The first ones you pick will count and then the object bubble will go away.
  • The lipstick is a lipstick mark, not a tube of lipstick.
  • The snowman is in the hammock in the upper left. You can only see his face.

Mini-game 4: Move 10 bookshelf Items into Place

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.

Record Store

  • Footbags are small round bean bags used to play games.
  • Air Hockey is a game played on a special table. The “puck” is a flat disk, usually red, orange, or black. The “paddle” is a thick round plastic disk with a fat round handle.
  • In the 60s, 70s and 80s a “transistor radio” was a small pocket-sized radio a little bigger than an iPhone.
  • A Dune Buggy is a small car used to drive over desert or beach dunes.

Mini-game 5: Find 5 Matching Pairs of Cards

  • The matching pairs are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • 2 old-fashioned baseball cards
  • 2 Queens from a deck of playing cards
  • 2 business cards
  • 2 credit cards
  • 2 postcards. These are both hidden under other things—you have to find them by their stamps.

Summer Camp

  • The turkey is a child’s drawing on the left of the large banner near the top of the scene.
  • The same banner has one of the cameras and one of the ?’s.
  • An “adventure hat” is a hat like Indiana Jones wears.
  • There are more squirrels than you will need in the scene. The first ones you pick will count and then the object bubble will go away.
  • The woodpecker is a black and white bird.

Mini-game 6: Combine 5 Pairs of Junk Pile Items

  • Using the clues on the chalkboard, you must click on two items in a row that will match that clue. The pairs are marked on the screenshot with the same letter.
  • Quarter + Dime = 35 cents
  • Battery + Flashlight = Light
  • Fork + Knife = Silverware
  • Film + Camera = Photograph
  • Nut + Bolt = Hardware

Istanbul Curio Shop

  • The soccer ball is a small green picture in the lower right.
  • The beads are green. They are in the top of the palm tree just right of the top awning.
  • One of the cameras is in the distant city scene. You can mostly see the flash attachment.

Mini-game 7: Build the Lawnmower Picture.

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • After you move all the items into place, the lawnmower picture will be revealed.

Office Job Cubicle

  • The tea cup is a mug with a tea bag tag hanging out of it.
  • The hair claw is a green hair ornament.
  • The air fresheners are green and are mixed in with the plant in the upper right corner of the scene.
  • Check the posters—there are several objects there.
  • One of the thermometers is behind the water cooler tank, you can only see it dimly.
  • The hole punches are of two different types. One is a small silver hand punch. The other is a large black desk punch.
  • The key card is an ID card inside a plastic case with a long cord.
  • The hat is the brown and white fabric object by the poster on the left side of the scene.
  • A rolodex is a holder for business cards that can be rotated for easy access.
  • There are more tape dispensers and staplers than you will need in the scene. The first ones you pick will count and then the object bubble will go away.

Mini-game 8: Find the Matching Pairs of Bookends

  • The matching pairs are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • Note that the items may be seen at different angles. For example, one of the cat bookends is lying on its side.

New Year’s Party

  • The camcorder does not count as a camera power-up.
  • The statue has the flaregun at his belt.
  • The Party Horn is a small paper party favor.
  • The first aid kit is blue.
  • The “ominous sign” says “The End is Near.”
  • The stack of papercups is gigantic. It’s light tan and looks like one of the office buildings in the distance.
  • The chocolate is a stack of small squares on the food table.
  • The “congas” are actually a set of bongos.

Mini-game 9: Combine 5 Pairs of Cork Board Items

  • Using the clues on the chalkboard, you must click on two items in a row that will match that clue. The pairs are marked on the screenshot with the same letter.
  • Most of the items are part of other pictures, but when you click on them you will be able to drag them elsewhere on the board
  • Bee + Flower = Honey
  • Videotape + 3D Glasses (on the duck on the left) = Movie
  • Die + Die = Dice
  • Sunshine (click on the yellow sun behind the happy face) + Tree = Photosynthesis
  • Manilla envelope + Pink card = Letter

Mini-game 10: Move 10 drawer Items into Place

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • A is a packet of sugar inside the tin on the right. Click on it, and it will pop up so you can see it.
  • You can only see the red handle of the measuring spoon until you click on it.

Mini-game 11: Find the Matching Pairs of Tools

  • The matching pairs are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • Note that the items are the same type of tools, but not identical items.
  • 2 planes
  • 2 saws. These are both underneath other items and you can only see glimpses of them.
  • 2 screwdrivers. One is much larger than the other.
  • 2 wrenches
  • A hammer and a mallet. The mallet is hard to distinguish at first because it’s under the red seat.

Mini-game 12: Build the Ship Picture

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • Note that B and E are not on the bookcase, but are all the way off to the left side of the screen.
  • E looks like it’s part of the fishing rod, but when you click on it you can move it to the picture.
  • After you move all the items into place, the ship picture will be revealed.

Mini-game 13: Move 10 Corkboard Items into Place

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • Most of the items are part of other pictures, but when you click on them you will be able to drag them elsewhere on the board
  • D is the fortune cookie fortune next to the cameo. When you click on it you will be able to move it.
  • E is not the ceramic rabbit on the right. Instead, it is a pink rabbit below the edge of the scene—all you can see are its ears.

Mini-game 14: Complete the Hula Girl

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • Two of the pieces are overlapping—when you move one, you will see the other.
  • After you move all the items into place, the Hula Girl will be revealed.

Mini-game 15: Move 10 Junk Pile Items into Place

  • The items and the matching silhouettes are marked with the same letter on the screenshot.
  • This scene was notably more difficult than most of the other mini-games.
  • The golf club is hidden under the tipped over red seat.

Mini-game 16: Combine 5 Pairs of Bookshelf Items

  • Using the clues on the chalkboard, you must click on two items in a row that will match that clue. The pairs are marked on the screenshot with the same letter.
  • Pool ball + Square Cue Chalk = Pool
  • Jack playing card + Ace = Blackjack
  • Violin + Violin Bow = Music
  • Money Tree + Time (clock) = Success
  • Silver jack + Red rubber ball = Jacks
  • That completes the Regular mode. The Blitz mode uses the same memory scenes.

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