eprn2005 writes: Thanks everyone for all the great information and telling me about the walkthrough. I'll give all this another try but still seems to me that this game is a lot (and I mean A LOT) more complicated than the first Castaways. Sure hope number III is more like the first one. That one was just plain fun; this one takes too much of my energy. And I just want a game that let's me relax.
LOL - I thought the first one required more feeding! I felt more in control with the second one as far as food was concerned. It just goes to show you - we're all so different and yet so much alike - we all love Island Castaway!!
You're so right, textrekkie. Island Castaways is by far my favorite game. The time management games are too stressful for me and the hidden object games just make my eyes tired after a while. I usually play games in the evening to wind down before going to bed. Sure wish I could find more games in the same genre as this one. Got any suggestions?
When I want to relax in the evening I play match-3 games that I've played before - I like the ones that let you go back and choose a level to re-play once you've passed it. I also like SuperCow and Peggle to relax, although I'm not sure either is available here at Awem. Fishdom and Glowfish (both available here) can be very relaxing. Finally, I am easily amused - if it's been over a month I can replay either of the TIC games with very little loss of interest. In TIC-1 I tease the boars and try to stay alive while getting as many as possible chasing me. In TIC-2 I do the same thing with Ancestors and Teeth-a-Lots. There's lots of magic mushrooms in that cave in the Ancestors' Lands!
“ eprn2005 writes: You're so right, textrekkie. Island Castaways is by far my favorite game. The time management games are too stressful for me and the hidden object games just make my eyes tired after a while. I usually play games in the evening to wind down before going to bed. Sure wish I could find more games in the same genre as this one. Got any suggestions?
One game that does have a similar format is Wandering Willows, though it is very much inferior to TIC. I am quite sad that there aren't any more, but I suppose they are more work-intensive to produce.
If I remember correctly, the OSHUMARE statue can be found in the cave leading to the heart of the island (the one you enter via the sanctuary). It can be difficult to find – it's toward the center of the cave, south of a rock grouping.
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Kiarash, it's been a while since I played the game, but I believe you are looking for the blow pipe and darts. They appear after Yati gains the ability to kill a boar and will be found beside a bush in the Dungu Lands, near a transport pad. I hope this helps you. It's a great game, so keep playing!