As you finish your lessons you must prove to your mentor once and for all that you have the mental acuity to truly be a Samurai. In Renga Samurai, a puzzle game by Josh Tam and Jess the Dragoon, your goal is to chop the brick on each stage into pieces that will fit entirely into the shape beside it. The catch is you have a limited number cuts to achieve this, so remember you can move pieces to cut more than one at once. Click the shape to move it, and click the very top or very left of the screen to perform a cut. You've got a little wiggle room in what the game will accept, so don't worry about being accurate to the millimeter. With a good look and sound on top of a clean interface and solid difficulty, this is a great way to prove your mind is as sharp as your sword.
In the higher levels, before cutting, move the brick onto the shape on the right that you are supposed to fill. This will serve as your grid and makes cuts more exact instead of eyeballing and guessing measurements.
I liked the game. It was not extremely difficult and there could have been more logical solutions. If the shapes were more precise and there were less possible cuts it would make things more interesting. As well as the movement being a little easier; like a one click to grab and one to release, less drag when bricks rub up against one another. those two things and the game would play a lot smoother. Still liked it.