Toem Stamps Walkthrough – Stanhamn, Part 2

Stuck in Toem? Here’s how to take the right pictures in Stanhamn to find a good spot with no sun, and solve the chaos on the sea.

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.

Stanhamn

Stamp: A Good Spot with No Sun

You can find this task on the beach, where you might find the shy hippo and the ice cream on a boat. Talk to the person sunbathing on the beach to get the task.

Toem indie game screenshot

Now, switch to your camera and point it at the sea. You’ll find a black Cosmic Cube floating there. Take a picture of it, and then talk to the person again. This will wrap it up!

Stamp: Solve the Chaos

To get this task, go past the beach to the ‘lighthouse’ area. Talk to the lighthouse keeper here and he’ll ask you to help him, which begins this task.

Enter the lighthouse and then go up the ladder. On top of the lighthouse, you’ll find a sign saying “There is something here to stare at”.

Equip your camera and look past the sign. Take a picture of the rocks and storm, then return to the keeper and show him the picture you just took.

Toem screenshot

Next, the keeper will ask you where to honk. Once again, equip your camera, and this time, zoom in on the boats stuck on the rocks. You will get a progress circle that should fill up quite quickly. This will get the keeper to ‘honk’ the boat off.

Repeat this process with the other boats (there are 4 in all). Note that there are some rocks that look like boats – obviously, these are just there to mess with you.

Once you’ve got all four boats, you’ll get your stamp. This will get you the honk attachment for the camera too, opening you up to more exploration and task-solving.

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

This Article was written by: Rahul Shirke

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