In Bag It I have one more ribbon to get - for 'All Upright' on Food Fight level 15. Unfortunately the only source of solutions I've seen (this YouTube user) does not have the solution for this level.
The items are:
And the melons must not touch. Here is one combo with some elements sideways:
I've tried all manner of combinations and have not managed it with the items all upright. I'm sure the trick is in some combination of the banana and breadstick. Has anyone completed this level with the ribbon?
Took me a while to get it, hope this helps!
In the recent level pack "Food Fight" for Bag It, I managed to complete level 8, but one of the ribbons is for 'All Upright'. I can't find a way to get everything in upright due to the awkward shape of the bananas. For reference, the items are: 3x melon 4x milk 2x salsa 2x green banana (L shape) 1x pink banana (J shape) And the bananas cannot touch.
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