Fit ’em All is a slow-paced puzzler with some nice twists. We mean that literally – it’s a game where you twist pieces around pivot points to make complete shapes. It’s a pretty simple, soothing experience, but it’s not all smooth sailing.
That’s why we’ve decided to write this guide. We’ve played a lot of the game and discovered some hints, tips and tricks that we think are going to really help you get the most out of Fit ’em All.
If you’ve got your own suggestions that you think might help people get out of sticky situations, then please do add them to the comments section below. Before we get there though, here are the best hints, tips and tricks we’ve found for Fit ’em All.
Check Your Blocks
When one of your blocks is in the correct position it’s going to change colour slightly. Check your blocks at the start of the puzzle to find if there’s already something in the place.
It’s also worth noting that when a piece is in position it’ll lock in place. Sometimes this can leave you stuck if you place a shape and find you can’t slot another piece because of it. If this does happen, tap the restart button and try again.
There’s The Shape
Look at the picture in the top right hand of the screen and you’ll get an idea of what you’re trying to make. Sometimes these pictures aren’t super accurate, but they’ll definitely show you the basics of what you’re trying to piece together.
It’s helpful to identify edge pieces or specific pieces that obviously go somewhere. Don’t rush – there’s no time limit here – find the pieces that are going to help you and figure out how they combine together.
What Are The Coins For?
You can spend your coins on new backgrounds, and that’s it. It’s a way of customising your game, and some of the backgrounds are easier to see than others. You can only get them at random though, so you might not end up with anything useful.
In terms of the shape colours, you unlock these as you play. When you’ve filled up the end-of-level meter you can watch a video and unlock the hue. Neither of these things change the way the game plays – they’re just cosmetic.