Winkeltje: The Little Shop Win even in the most difficult game option!

Winkeltje The Little Shop Win even in the most difficult game option!

This approach applies to all variants in which you have to pay off your debt.

The start

Start with a counter where you buy a shirt, a pair of clogs and three other products from this category. Buy five display tables and place your goods on them. Buy goods from the dealer or via the counter and invest in a display case and storage spaces. (Calculate that a cabinet with three shelves is cheaper than three separate tables, etc.)

The first specialization

Buy a spinning wheel as soon as it is unlocked and buy the raw materials for your clothes now and produce everything yourself.
By making – in this case – your clothes yourself, your skill is increased and the end product is of better quality. Buying better raw materials from the merchants helps with this too.
Remember that you have to make all products that belong to a category, because if you only sell wooden shoes, for example, because the wood was so cheap, people will walk out the door dissatisfied because you don’t have any pants, shirt or shoes for them.

The second specialization

The best second specialization in my opinion is the kitchen. Besides apples and meat you can grow your own grain, potatoes and vegetables. Therefore, purchase it when it is unlocked.
Build some small gardens little by little and buy good quality seeds from the dealer.

Helpful Hints

  • 1) Don’t be rushed to buy expensive decorations right away, because you can’t serve the extra buyers that that generates anyway.
  • 2) Do not be tempted to buy things other than those that are necessary for your specialization.
  • 3) Get a commission board – found under the last category of the stuff to buy. It brings you nice deals and helps to acquire money.
  • 4) Upgrade the display cases and walls. It costs a lot of money, but it gives you points and extra storage space.

My end result

Win even in the most difficult game option!

I won with a store of 50 blocks, including storage and 7 display cases with 3 shelves each. I also had 2 employees to refill the shelves.

I probably could have sold some storage cabinets, but I didn’t need the money or the space. I have always, sometimes narrowly in the beginning, paid my debts.

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Written by Banisha