Love is Dead Busy Big City

Welcome. We hope that you find this Love is Dead Busy Big City Guide to be helpful.

Being a zombie isn’t easy. At least your love is a zombie too. Adventure together around the world and solve puzzles, evade ghosts, eat humans and fight pirates. (Who are also humans, I guess…), all to find your beloved pets.

Busy Big City

Pancakes Count: 33 Pancakes
Running Total: 56 Pancakes

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Traffic Patrol: Fall in Love

Two cone heads fall in love.

Level 1, Stage 1

Both players must complete a stage in a themed prop to earn this and all other “Fall In Love” achievements. It’s better to start with the pancake and then return to the stage to earn these achievements.

Complete the stage with both characters wearing traffic cones to achieve this feat.

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Beep Beep!

Flatten enemies with cars ten times (friendly zombies don’t count, you must start the car yourself).

Level 2, Stage 2

Keep going through this stage. There are 3 cars and 2 guaranteed kills at the bottom.

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Complete a Smorgasbord Level

Smorgasbord levels can be taken as an optional level. You need to eat a group of defenseless people. The first one is left of level 2.

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Butter And Syrup

Complete a Pancake House Level

There are no minimum levels for Pancake House. To make pancakes, collect the butter and syrup. To finish, collect the pancakes. The last one is at level 4.

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Shy Zombies: Fall in Love

Two shy zombies fall for each other.

Level 6, Stage 1

Complete the stage wearing a cardboard box. You can make enemies invisible by wearing a cardboard box, but you lose it if you eat someone.

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Finale: World 2

Completed the World 2 Finale

Unmissable. Complete the final level of Busy Big City.

Love is Dead Busy Big City is described in this guide. If you notice anything that needs to be fixed or updated, please let us know in the comments, and we’ll get to it as quickly as possible. May this be a good day for you. I feel it’s important to give credit where credit is due, so I’d like to point out that this tutorial was inspired by a post that alphabetsoup published.

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