Miracle Merchant is the latest card game by Tiny Touch Tales taking the internet by storm at the moment, and it's easy to see why. Miracle Merchant is immensely charming with its colorful, hand drawn artwork. And the gameplay, too, is definitely something special.
This clever new game sees players concocting potions in a fantasy shop in a fresh new take on Solitaire. The game requires a certain level of strategy, though, and that's where we come in. Here are some beginner's tips to help you set up shop.
The game hints at what your next customer is going to order while you're still working on the first. You have a limited number of cards, so make sure that you can cater to each of your customers. If you think another customer would be better served than the current one, feel free to give them the boot.
Use this ability sparingly, though. It has limited uses.
A game of threes
Counting cards in Miracle Merchant is a perfectly acceptable strategy. Remember that there will be three customers that order red potions, three that order green potions, three that order yellow potions, and one that orders a black potion.
Keep track of how many of each potion you have left to serve so that you don't leave anyone out by mixing your combos. This will ensure you safely win each match.
Be careful with black cards
Black cards are worth negative points unless you pair them with a coordinating color printed on of the sides. Make sure you're prepared to negate these negative effects if you need to play one.
If you have a customer who favors black cards but doesn't require it, it's best to avoid playing your black cards unless it can be made into a positive combo.
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