Unless I'm seriously incompetent, my suggestion is not to purchase this game. I agree; it looks as though it was made by the dev of "White Sands," which was a poor effort for an adventure game (if it could be called even that, providing less than 10 minutes of play time).
I am stuck in the initial scene; the dungeon. While it instructs me to look around and check everything out, almost without fail, each time I touch the screen, I'm moved to a different part of the dungeon. So back and forth I go without accomplishing anything.
I, too, picked up a hammer, but for the life of me, I don't even know how to access it since I can't find an inventory or even a menu or game exit.
While I'm sorry that I spent my money on this game, I'm even more sorry for the dev as it seems he/she has learned very little since his last effort. To the dev: perhaps before you release your next effort (if you haven't lost all your potential customers and their faith in you), you should do a trial run, a beta release in which you could receive much needed feedback. In the meantime, any instructions or clarifications on this current game would be much appreciated.
BTW, if you are the "White Sands" dev, please save your excuses and your pleas or pity for a different audience. I would've thought you had learned something from that debacle.