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  • Developer: Disney
  • Publisher: Disney
  • Genre: Adventure General
  • Release Date: Dec 20, 2012
  • ESRB: Not Set

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Red octopus dont stay!!

I have a red octopus and i try all your advices. Now i have10 red cirripathes and 10 lilac cirripathes but it doesnt work. Is it because i play the dutch version???

Rebecca3206, Mar 4, 2013
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Answer from: JLee
Rebecca, it looks like you have a bunch of red and violet branches together. From what I understand, you need 1 Red Cirripathes & 1 Lilac Cirripathes (next to each other). I would try again, growing both of them from scratch right beside each other. Hope this helps!

Posted on: Mar 4, 2013

Answer from: Rebecca3206
Thanks for your answer but they are already next to each other thats so strange that it doesnt work

Posted on: Mar 4, 2013

Answer from: jjjagzzz
I think JLee is correct, you are growing the wrong plants called "red branches" and "violet branches". These are not what you want. You need "red cirripathes" 96 sand dollars, and "lilac cirripathes" which you can buy for 60 sand dollars. I hope that works!

Posted on: Mar 4, 2013

Answer from: willbtall
Yes you plant 1 red cirripathes and 1 lilac cirripathes next to each other and red octopus will stay.

Posted on: Apr 5, 2013

Answer from: Steve Brule
You have to grow 1 red cirrapathes and 1 lilac cirrapathes right next to each other. The cirrapathes look sort of like swirly noodles. They go straight and then swirl.

Posted on: Apr 6, 2013

Answer from: vivian
I kept the red octopus by growing the red, blue. And lilac cirripathes.

Posted on: Jun 26, 2013


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