On this page, you will find a list of starting tips. We have paid attention to several elements that can be easily forgotten when you focus on the plot.
- Norah's journal
- Information on items
- Returning to locations
- Checking chapters
- Listening to the heroine
You'll get Norah's journal in the prologue. Thanks to it, the heroine will be able to write down information. This means that you will store a variety of notes in it - from trivia about the island, to the solutions to plot puzzles. You should check it out from time to time to confirm your ideas regarding a puzzle solution and to make it easier for yourself to pass the game.
Information on items
The items in Call of the Sea are not flat. You can rotate them and check from every angle. You can often find important information, for example, in the back of a photo. Examine the items carefully so you don't miss something important.
In Call of the Sea, you can interact with a surprisingly large number of objects. You can check notes, symbols, murals, photos, suitcases... A huge number of elements are waiting to be examined. Keep your eyes constantly open and check out even the darkest corners.
Returning to locations
When you finish the chapter, you get the option to replay it. This is a great opportunity to collect all the missed secrets. It does not block achievements or delete a game save.
When you select a chapter, you can see how well you explored it. Each chapter provides information on how many secrets you managed to discover. This is a great option if you want to do complete the game in 100%.
Listening to the heroine
Norah is talking to herself – pay attention to what she is saying. She often gives important information or specifies what she should do next. This is very useful if you do not want to wander around the island and are only interested in the plot.