While each level of Frescoz comes with a different final template, the overall idea is the same. You'll want to drag the larger glass pieces into the puzzle first, and leave as few holes as possible while you work. As you're forming a final picture, the boards are color-coded, and tiles can't overlap between more than one colored area.
You'll have a selection of tiles to choose from at the bottom of the screen, so you can progress as methodically as you'd like, but if you ever run out of fitting tiles at the bottom of the screen, you can trash some that are in your way, losing some points in the process. Frescoz isn't a fast-paced game, but it's still relaxing and a lot of fun to play. If you'd like to try it out for yourself, you can now play Frescoz for free, right here on Games.com!
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