Toem Stamps Walkthrough – Stanhamn, Part 1

Stuck in Toem? Here’s how to take the right pictures in Stanhamn to solve the whistling dilemma and do the photo challenges.

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.

The stamps in Toem are not numbered, but we’ll be numbering them here to make things more manageable. For more information on Toem, check out the official website here.


Stamp: Frames & Filters!

You can get this mission in the photo challengers guilt hut, which is a building near the harbor with a rotating camera on top of it.

Talk to the photo challenger to the right to get the task. Then, take a picture that uses a frame and/or a filter on it, and show that picture to the photo challenger to get your stamp.

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Stamp: A Whistling Dilemma

To get this mission, go right from the harbor (the exit by the whistling sailor), then go to the lower area down the boardwalk. You should find a snowman you can talk to and get the mission.

Then return to the harbor area and take a picture of the whistling sailor while making sure there are musical notes floating up next to him.

Show this picture to the snowman to get your stamp.

Stamp: Photo Challenge #3

You can get this task in the area that has a steel grate bridge and a tall building. Talk to the photo challenger taking pictures to get the task.

For this one, you have to take three pictures. All three can be taken at the beach area that you can find off the exit near the photo challenger. Go through this exit.

Take a picture of the sand here, then take a picture of the giant ice cream cone chilling in the boat, and finally, take a picture of the shy hippo standing near the flower bed.

The hippo will hide behind their hands, but don’t worry about it.

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Return to the photo challenger and show him all three photos 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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