You’re searching water to drink.

On the table is only very old water. Take the BLUE CUP though (1/1). Take the PICTURE with the sunset from the wall (1/2). Look at the train. It’s one with voice command. Talk to the TRAIN and you decide to take it along (1/3). Leave the house.

Walk to the left below the swamp to reach Eric’s house. Walk inside and try to talk to Eric. He doesn’t say much. Use his stereo to get him to talk (1/4). He’ll tell you about the repair man and the water turning back to normal. He’ll also tell you about the sardines. Use the train on the floor in front of Eric and he’ll be happy with this toy.In return you’ll get a can of SARDINES (1/5).

Leave the house. Look at the basket on the left and there’s a can opener. Use the basket to take the CAN OPENER (2/7). Use the opener on the can of sardines to open it (1/8). Walk back to the right and on the right side of the swamp go north. Walk to the right over the grass to reach the waterfall. Use the poster on the waterfall in an attempt to filter the water but you only ruined the poster (2/10).


Leave the waterfall by walking south. Walk to the north and find a cat on your way. Pet the cat and it’ll ask for food. Give the sardines to the cat (1/11) and she’ll wander off. Walk to the stone faucet on the left. There’s a note on it. The key is in the tin.

Follow the cat to the left and notice her stopping by a bush. Look at the bush and deep inside you find another CAN WITH KEY (1/12). You drop the empty one and take the one with key. In your inventory look at the can to take the KEY out (1/13). Walk to the right and use the key on the stone faucet to unlock it (1/14). You have fresh water! But then….

Game source: A copy of the game was found here on the internet.

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