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The Story of Brewster Chipptooth

The Story of Brewster Chipptooth, by Carmel Games, is a short point-and-click adventure about a scrawny scallywag who decides he's done with the yo-ho-ho-ery and wants to find a legendary treasure to give to the poor. Of course, he's on his own, since the pirates he's just abandoned aren't that keen to help him out, but luckily he's got you on his side! To play, just click to interact with people and objects when the icon changes as you pass over them, and remember to try combining items in your inventory when you get stuck. Most Carmel Games titles are a blend between puzzles that are straightforward, and those that are, well, kinda silly. Though The Story of Brewster Chipptooth reuses several puzzles and characters from previous games, it's still an appealingly weird little game that'll give you a taste of the pirate's life without ever needing to leave your chair.

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ThenAgain March 29, 2016 5:14 PM

I think, if you spend your dubloons in the wrong order, you can end up in an unwinnable situation?

I bought the paint and the boat rental before the legs. Found myself unable to distract the vulture. Walkthrough was no help. Perhaps I missed something?

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ThenAgain March 29, 2016 5:19 PM

I did indeed miss something. Ahem.

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Patreon Crew SonicLover March 29, 2016 7:14 PM replied to ThenAgain

Yeah, I think a lot of people had that happen to them...

...because one collectible item doesn't appear until after you've done something seemingly unrelated.

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Yes, it *seems* like it's possible to get into an unwinnable situation, but it actually isn't, because getting the last doubloon does not depend on how you spend your other doubloons. You just need to do a little bit of backtracking, because things change after you do stuff.

Very sketchy walkthrough:

1. Docks - talk to everyone.
2. Village - get map piece #1, talk to people, then go into the saloon.
3. Saloon - talk to bartender; get doubloon, empty rum bottle, map piece #2, and cream cheese.
4. Graveyard - use doubloon in vending machine; note phone number for complaints.
5. Cave under graveyard - talk to person, note color of parrot in painting, get pearl #1 and a cracker from the skeleton, and map piece #3 from the wooden crate.
6. Saloon - get rag that has appeared on the bar. Use the phone to complain about vending machine. Follow the tech support guy's instructions to get 2 freshly minted doubloons.
7. Graveyard - use the rag on the skeleton with the bottomless rum bottle. Combine the rag and the rum bottle. Combine the cracker and the cheese.
8. Docks - use the rum bottle on the pirate captain; get a doubloon. Use the cracker on the parrot.
9. Village - buy some red paint and whatever the prosthetic guy is selling. Use the paint on the parrot.
10. Cave - use the parrot on the guy, then use the zombie foot on the vulture.
11. Docks - rent a boat. Solve the map puzzle.
12. Island - light the hollow peg leg using the fire. Use the rat on the hollow tree trunk. Get pearl #2 from the pie.
13. Graveyard - put the pearls into the holes in the door. Put the peg leg into the square hole. Use the torch on the doorway.
14. Fort - solve the puzzle.

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