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Stachmou and the Golden Compass


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Stachmou and the Golden Compass

TrickyLong ago, the mighty pirate Jack Treepwood discovered a magical compass. It had the power of pointing in the direction of the most wondrous hidden treasures imaginable. Soon, "Lucky Jack" became the richest pirate in the world, now apparently content to remain retired and mysteriously out of contact on Taoki island. Stachmou, a slightly less mighty, but still impressively-facial-haired pirate, figures that if the compass is just going to waste, then maybe "Lucky Jack" won't mind if he borrowed it for a bit. Of course, the first order of business is getting to Taoki, and we'll worry about step 2 when we get there. Stachmou and the Golden Compass is a humorous point-and-click adventure developed by Didier Guagliano. Or should that be point-and-click adventARR? It shouldn't? Oh. Alright then.

Stachmou and the Golden CompassClick to examine or interact with items, add them to your inventory, or to converse with other characters. To use an item on another, highlight it in your inventory, then click where you want to use it. You can even combine items the same way, too. Short and very silly, Stachmou and the Golden Compass wears its inspirations on its sleeve. And while it's not likely to make people forget Tales of Monkey Island or even Pirates of the Undead Sea any time soon, it does have its own charms to offer. The puzzle are generally logical, even if I'm pretty sure that sawfish don't work that way, and it kept a smile on my face throughout, even if the stilted translation sometimes impeded some of the comedy. So if you're looking for a quick and goofy trip to a desert island while on your coffee break, Stachmou and the Golden Compass is just the game you'll want to have on deck. Savvy?

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Walkthrough Guide


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Walkthrough

The Bar:
Click on the urinal on the right to get the "mints"
Leave the room
Click underneath the left most bar stool to look at the gum then click on it again to pick it up. Then leave the room to go outside and then go down to the port.
Collect the bottle and take the hook and sting from the tackle box. Combine the gum and hook.
Go back to the bathroom and turn on the faucet. Fill the bottle up with water and then combine it with the mints. Use the gum hook on the vending machine coin slot to get a gold coin.
Exit the bathroom.
Give the mint bottle to the sailor on the bar stool. Once he is gone you can pick up a pepper from the bowl that was behind him.
Go outside and drop the pepper in the drinkers bottle. He'll burn down the bar sign allowing you to take the parrot.
Go to the port and set the parrot on the wooden crate to attract the other parrot. Go over to the barrel to get a sword fish.
Go back to the bar and use the sword fish on the rope holding the anchor lamp up and watch it fall on the barkeep. Take cleaning rag to find the map.
Go to the port and give the gold coin and the map to the pirate to set sail.

Optional:

If you turn off the water in the faucet you can earn an achievement for saving water. Also you can fill up your bottle with more water if you want too.

The Island:
Grab the coconut and continue going past the temple to the next page. Look at the moving bush, then click on it again to pick up the porcupine. Use the coconut on the rocks to split it in half and pick it up.
Go back to the temple and give the coconut helmet to the right monkey. He will reveal the code from the door, but you are missing a circle.
Use the porcupine on the left statue head under the left monkey. Then click on the left monkey.
Grab the banana and head back to the right. Give the banana to the female monkey and take the ring.
Go back to the temple and click on the door. Use the ring on the center and turn the piece to make the door unlock. Go inside.

The Temple:
Click on the compass and head back to your ship to win the game and the golden compass achievement.

Optional:

Use the bottle if it is filled with water on the gold statue to switch them out for an achievement. OR if you did not fill your bottle with water click on the pot in the corner to collect some rice and combine that with your bottle to be able to trade it with the statue.

5 Comments

Treepwood? Paying homage to Monkey Island huh

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Nice. Out with 3 achievements.

Hints:

Use the gum under stool in the bar to get a gold coin.
The bartender is a bit short-sighted.
Don't think about where those mints came from.
You will need to fill bottles with water three different times.

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Correction, you only fill bottles with water twice. The third time, you add an ingredient to someone else's bottle.

What do you use the rice for?

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walkthrough in the works?

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bluegriffin18 December 5, 2014 8:47 PM

Walkthrough

The Bar:
Click on the urinal on the right to get the "mints"
Leave the room
Click underneath the left most bar stool to look at the gum then click on it again to pick it up. Then leave the room to go outside and then go down to the port.
Collect the bottle and take the hook and sting from the tackle box. Combine the gum and hook.
Go back to the bathroom and turn on the faucet. Fill the bottle up with water and then combine it with the mints. Use the gum hook on the vending machine coin slot to get a gold coin.
Exit the bathroom.
Give the mint bottle to the sailor on the bar stool. Once he is gone you can pick up a pepper from the bowl that was behind him.
Go outside and drop the pepper in the drinkers bottle. He'll burn down the bar sign allowing you to take the parrot.
Go to the port and set the parrot on the wooden crate to attract the other parrot. Go over to the barrel to get a sword fish.
Go back to the bar and use the sword fish on the rope holding the anchor lamp up and watch it fall on the barkeep. Take cleaning rag to find the map.
Go to the port and give the gold coin and the map to the pirate to set sail.

Optional:

If you turn off the water in the faucet you can earn an achievement for saving water. Also you can fill up your bottle with more water if you want too.

The Island:
Grab the coconut and continue going past the temple to the next page. Look at the moving bush, then click on it again to pick up the porcupine. Use the coconut on the rocks to split it in half and pick it up.
Go back to the temple and give the coconut helmet to the right monkey. He will reveal the code from the door, but you are missing a circle.
Use the porcupine on the left statue head under the left monkey. Then click on the left monkey.
Grab the banana and head back to the right. Give the banana to the female monkey and take the ring.
Go back to the temple and click on the door. Use the ring on the center and turn the piece to make the door unlock. Go inside.

The Temple:
Click on the compass and head back to your ship to win the game and the golden compass achievement.

Optional:

Use the bottle if it is filled with water on the gold statue to switch them out for an achievement. OR if you did not fill your bottle with water click on the pot in the corner to collect some rice and combine that with your bottle to be able to trade it with the statue.

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