I've beat several of their other games w/out walkthroughs & only occasionally using hints, almost always due to not seeing a barely visible clue or missing an item you have to randomly tap around to find. This game is the worst of them, though, & after wasting an hour checking & rechecking every screen, tapping everywhere, looking for more sap or whatever is needed to finish patching the boat, I give up. It's just not worth it. & the hint telling me to go somewhere I need the boat to get to...
A lovely little puzzler that'll likely take you several hours of play to complete. While it definitely isn't perfect - the hints are largely useless unless you pay the .99 to get the videos, and several of the puzzles could stand to be a little more clear in what they're asking you to do, - it's a fairly solid point-and-click adventure with 80 or so scenes to explore. Personally, I found it a bit shallow, as there's very little interaction with the scenery, but it makes the puzzles easy to find.
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I played many of these games and this one seemed easier except for the gongs part where I didn't notice one size on my phone screen. Going back and forth with the camera and the inv. mallet to play didn't help... Suggestions: make the selected item persist between scenes! Period. Make items pickable when holding an inventory item. Make navigation by tiny arrows so we can tap everywhere to find items without jumping scenes by mistake. Allow to search scene numbers. Allow fast travel to any scene