Review down below; note there are very mild spoilers about the puzzles.
While you are waiting for your next opponent, you tear a strip of cloth off of your shirt and use it to bandage your leg. And while you are at it, you tear off another strip, and tie it around your head like a headband, Rambo-style.
This game is so silly that I could spend the entire review simulating funny noises with onomatopoeia and nobody would mind. (Grkrgrkr!) But a couple points in all seriousness:
1. There are more attack commands than SLAP. I didn’t realize this until I checked the walkthrough, which is bad because you need the other ones later.
2. The puzzle difficulty ramps up severely with the shark. There’s two parts: the first is the sort of thing one might expect in a multi-room puzzle-laden game, but my brain just wasn’t in that frame of logic. The second requires performing an improbable act which relies on visualizing the same way as the author.
3. There’s later also an extra-hard-to-find hidden object, which *might* be called for if the location was heavily clued — it wasn’t.
4. I was unable to get any combos. I tried mixing variations of the 4 attacks with no luck. It strangely reminded me of trying to find the buttons to press for some obscure maneuver in Mortal Kombat. Like most arcade fighting games, I got frustrated and just started using the same attack repeatedly.