Toem Stamps Walkthrough – Kiiruberg, Part 5

Stuck in Toem? Here’s how to take the right pictures in Kiiruberg to get the Ski Goggles and complete the ‘Birthday in Distress’ task.

Toem Stamps Walkthrough Table of Contents

Welcome to the Into Indie Games guide to Toem! This guide focuses on collecting stamps only, and it does not currently cover compendium photos.

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Kiiruberg

Item: Ski Goggles

You will require the ski goggles to access the really windy parts of Kiiruberg. To get the ski goggles, you want to talk to the skier at the top of the ski slope, which you can access by taking the plankway up, or by taking the right-side exit from the Fluff Ball area.

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The skier stands right in the middle of the area.

Once you have the ski goggles, you can access the windy area. To get there, return to the cave area and train your camera on the ice block in the area opposite to that of the yeti and the archeologist.

Use your horn to honk repeatedly at the ice block until it cracks open, and then pass through the exit. You will automatically equip your winter gear when you enter the windy area.

Stamp: Birthday in Distress

To get this task, enter Kiiruberg from the bus stop and talk to the talking balloons floating around the birthday cake.

To complete the task, you will require the Ski Goggles, so that you can access the very windy parts of Kiiruberg. To get them, talk to the skier at the top of the ski slope, which you can access by taking the plankway up, or by taking the right-side exit from the Fluff Ball area.

After this, break the ice block in the cave area by honking at it repeatedly and enter the windy area. Here, you should see the missing balloon immediately.

Climb the rope to the icy lake area on the hill, and talk to the balloon to tie it to your waist.

Now return to the family and approach them to get your stamp.

Head on to the next chapter of our Toem stamps walkthrough!

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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