(2/2) In broadway for instance the sign about an Assassin movie contains a lot of letters over many pieces. Try using words to help. Shape patterns can assist to if you dont have any more choices, look at water cube for instance, you can figure that all the roof pieces and their strange shapes must conect at some point, and in a logical pattern. Hope this helps.
(1/2) A hint to people trying to solve the game, try playing around with pieces of similiar colors. If you can find two pieces that you are almost sure go together next try finding a place to place them that they go together and dont look distorted. This is your starting point. Look at your two pieces, look around the edges, especially around the corners. If you can find another piece somewhere that fits that ideal try placing it there. If it does not fit look for other places to put it nearby. If you keep this up most likely you will find a third piece. This gives even more clues. Some common patterns to watch for include, letters, numbers and symbols. Even in the oriental one you can figure out that the symbol must continue in a certain pattern onto the next piece.
An excellent adventure story! The idea is excellent! I love how you can sell your items as you go! And the wizard is hilarously funny! Excellent game, 5 stars and favorited. Sigh, for this comment to make the best comments I have to list a con, so here it is. This game should allow you to rename your shop... sorry thats the best I can think of.
Note to creator: If you would have merged the two games into one, added a few more things and gotten permits this game could be on the shelf for 10$ a copy and you would be rolling in it more then you already are.
THANK YOU, for removing sin on killing monsters, that made NO SENSE! I mean think about it, if my family was in danger from an orc and I killed it, would I become more evil? No, not unless im a strange person. Great job on this sequal! In number 3 please let materials be buyable! Maybe bring back the shop to, that was rather nice and helped eat up the large sum of money. On second thought, I am an unremarkable citizen so don't listen to me...