I have found the cauldren and made stew, how do I get my villagers to eat it?
Drop them on it.
Virtual Villagers 2: The Lost Children puzzles en español...
el uno se los dejo porque es muy facil (hacer fuego)
2.- la construcción de una presa que desviará el agua de la corriente a un área que puede ser usada para la agricultura. Después de que usted compra el Nivel 2 de Tecnología, arrastrar a un aldeano a las rocas que están en medio de la parte inferior de la corriente. Usted verá un mensaje, " Él/ella probablemente podría construir una presa aquí. "
3.- es un espantapájaros que un agricultor experto puede construir para proteger las cosechas de los pájaros. Arrastre a un adepto o el agricultor de amo(maestro) a los pedazos torcidos de madera y vides que son localizadas en la parte del norte del pueblo. El espantapájaros requiere que dos viajes completen, entonces asegúrese que usted termina la construcción, o sus cosechas no serán protegidas.
4.- es la formación de los instrumentos de recorte especiales que serán necesarios para cortar la vegetación en algunas partes del pueblo. Después de la compra del Nivel 2 de Tecnología de Exploración, arrastre a un científico de amo(maestro) a la parte del norte del pueblo donde él verá algo entre las rocas cerca de los pedazos torcidos de madera y vides. Su científico tendrá que hacer un segundo viaje para terminar los instrumentos, tan tómelo a la madera torcida y vides para conseguir los materiales necesarios.
5.- se completa cuando los aldeanos aprenden su dominio de las seis especiales de las plantas ubicadas en diversas partes de la aldea. Arrastre un aldeano a cada uno de ellos y para ver el mensaje de que cada uno de ellos ha sido masterizado. Las plantas son (a partir de la parte noroeste de la aldea y se desplazan en sentido horario): el extraño aspecto planta inmediatamente a la izquierda de la hierba muy seca, la flor azul entre las espinas y las rocas, la pequeña flor de lavanda en el extremo norte del cementerio, el negro flores cerca de la cascada, las flores de color rojizo brillante al sur de la presa sitio, y el gran naranja flor roja en el borde sur de la aldea.
6.- se completa cuando se tiene la suficiente formación un aldeano a convertirse en maestro en tres competencias. Aldeano que se convertirá en un Estimado Elder, y un tótem se creó para conmemorar su nuevo estatus en el pueblo.
7.- es la eliminación de las algas en el océano que fue causado por la pesca excesiva. Después de comprar el Nivel 3 de la agricultura Tech, tener un maestro o maestra agricultor científico al estanque, donde se recogen las algas se alimentan de peces que se pueden utilizar para repoblar el océano. Una vez que suficientes peces se han colocado en el océano, las algas, una vez más estar bajo control, y los aldeanos tendrán la pesca sin restricciones.
8.- es la eliminación de las vides que cubren la pared en el lado este de la aldea. Después de comprar el Nivel 3 de la Cultura y Tecnología han terminado Puzzle 4, arrastrar a un aldeano de la vid cubiertas de pared y que comenzará a cortar lejos las vides.
9.- es la capacidad de hacer diversos guisos para sus habitantes. Para hacer el guiso, tendrá que han adquirido el nivel 2 de Exploración Tech, recuperar el caldero de la pila de madera, domina al menos una de las plantas, y comenzó un incendio en el pozo de fuego. Los pasos para hacer un guiso son los siguientes: 1) caída de un aldeano de la caldera para poner el caldero sobre el fuego 2) Suelta un aldeano en la caldera de nuevo, y que él o ella va ir por agua para el cocido 3) Caída de un aldeano cualquiera de las plantas domina, y el aldeano se reunirán hierbas para el guisado. Cada guiso requiere un total de 3 hierbas, en cualquier combinación. 4) Caída un aldeano en la caldera de nuevo, y él o ella se ve a buscar alimentos para añadir a la olla. Cuando el guiso está completo, el aldeano se trasladará fuera de la caldera el fuego. Algunos guisos son buenos, algunos son malos, y algunos aldeanos hacer su hacer cosas interesantes. Experimentar y divertirse con ellos. También puede encontrar diferentes "libros de recetas" que se han creado para el juego que contienen todas las combinaciones de estofado.
10.- requires Level 3 of both Engineering Tech and Culture Tech. Drag a villager to the ancient covered floor in the southeast part of the village and they will begin uncovering the site.
11.- es la construcción de un hospital. Después de comprar tanto el nivel 3 de Ingeniería y Tecnología Medicina Tech, una fundación parece que tus aldeanos pueden trabajar
12.- es la construcción de una choza de costura, que le permitirá cambiar la ropa que sus aldeanos están usando. Después de comprar el nivel 2 de la Cultura Tech, una fundación parece que tus aldeanos pueden trabajar.
son las piezas del Gong de maravilla. Las cuatro piezas se pueden recuperar de las siguientes maneras:
* Un equipo de 3 de Master Constructores puede abrir la caja en la playa, donde una de las piezas se ha ocultado.
* Después de la compra de Nivel 2 de Exploración, tus aldeanos pueden claro las espinas bloqueando el acceso a la encasement gong, que también revelan una pieza de los gong.
* Preparar un guiso mágico que permitirá a uno de tus aldeanos a bucear para el gong pieza hundido en el estanque. Las hierbas necesarias para que la magia estofado son: un negro de la flor cerca de la cascada y dos de los rojo-naranja de flores en el lado sur de la aldea. Las imágenes de las hierbas se puede ver en los dibujos en la pared una vez que las vides se han eliminado.
* Después de terminar Puzzles 6 y 10, caída de un tótem en el centro del mosaico descubierto para revelar un pedazo de el gong. Una vez que el gong se monta usted puede experimentar con los efectos que tiene sobre su pueblo. Puede golpear el gong una vez cada 24 horas.
AWESOME!!! I loved these tips but could you tell me something because I have a problemo. one of my
nursing moms is still nursing a baby for 3 months! what can I do?
Are there berries somewhere for the villagers to eat? One of my villagers likes berries (in detail) but I've never seen any. Thanks.
I believe this is a nod to the first game ("A New Home"), where berries were the only initial food source for your villagers. As in, "Well, before your villagers were sick of berries . . . now they can't have any!" As far as I know, berries are not available in "The Lost Children" (I could be wrong, but if not, then I panicked a lot in my game for nothing!). Most villagers will have a random set of likes and dislikes just to give them "personality"; these do not have any real bearing on the game itself, with the exception of a few specific traits.
That's definitely not normal. Have you tried closing the game and restarting? Sometimes that resets everything.
Hi, I have a problem in my game:
1) I made stew with 1 Lily + 2 Anthirium (it says: "forces embracing") and gave to a couple(the man is 67 yrs old!) but now the women can't stop having babies, 1 triplets, 2 twins! from 28 villagers I have already 35 and can't stop it, any solution for that?
2) The second thing is: can you edit a tomb stone (where it says: "Here lies Robby.. etc)
so i can "ressurect" my excellent scientist that suddenly died?(don't even know the reason why!)
Thanks in advance, I do appreciate your help.
I don't know of a solution to the multiple births. However, the female will stop having babies altogether at age 50. I'd like to try that stew myself, but I don't know the herbs by those names. I only know them by color and location, so would you mind posting a different description of the ones you used?
As for the tombstones, they cannot be changed or edited. Nor can you bring back a villager who has passed on. :(
The herbs i was talking about is:(I got it from another forum, if the names are wrong, please forgive me)
the lilly: The large orange flower to the south of the village,the flower in the left side of the ancient mosaic ruins.
the Anthirium: The bright red flowers southeast of the dam, red flower next to the wall below the dam.
The women nor the men are with parenting skill selected, even so, they keep having babies I don't even know who is the father!
right now I am 42 people, more than twenty are kids.I'll have to wait, once the women(4 of them) are 42,44, 48, 49 yrs old.Thanks anyway.
I do appreciate your help.
i got a totem, a cleared out mosaic floor, i've put the totem on the floor...
but no gong piece will appear.
/ Mr. K
I am stuck!!!!
I can`t see any algae and i don`t know how to build a scarecrow i cant open the crate because i only have one builder and i can`t find any milestones and also i don`t know how to make the stew and what ingredients needed!!!
If you don`t know how to make a fire, just get the dried grass near the coconut trees and get the wood from the bottom near the water and then you can start a fire
THANX PLease help me!!!
To Mr. K:
What you describe is a known bug from when the game first came out. It has been fixed with a more recent version. You'll have to go back to the website where you originally purchased the game and download it again to get rid of the bug and be able to solve that puzzle.
The algae appears in the ocean after it gets over-fished. It looks like green smears in the blue water.
The scarecrow is covered in puzzle 3 in the Walkthrough Guide located at the top of this page.
Opening the crate is puzzle #13 of the Walkthrough Guide.
You need three Master Builders on the crate at one time.
I'm not sure what you mean that you can't find any milestones. They just happen when you achieve certain amounts of progress in your tribe. It's not something you can find.
To make a stew:
Drop a villager on the fire to start the stew. Drop another one on the fire to get the water for the stew. Drop villagers onto the three plants you need for the stew and they will carry them to the cauldron beside the fire. Finally drop one more villager on the fire to put food into the stew.
There is a list of stew recipes at the top of this page with the Walkthrough Guide.
If you still have problems after this, let me know and I'll try to help you more specifically.
hi guys,can someone plz tell me hw to get the last gong???
Once I was able to drag a skilled villager over a kid and they would teach them a skill.Now all it does when I try that is 'telling a story'. Is there a set age to where you can begin to teach them while they are still under fourteen?
If you'll scroll to the top of this page, you'll find a Walkthrough Guide. Solutions to all of the gong pieces are under Puzzles 13-16.
It's not about the age of the child; it's the status of the adult villager. The adult has to be an Adept Parent or a Master Parent to teach the children. All others will just tell a story.
Hey, I was wondering if there was an end to this game similar to the ending in VV?
I have all of the Technology unlocked and all of the puzzles completed.
Do you have to have all of the collections in order to get "the end" bit of story line?
Or did I just happen to space out and miss it when I completed the puzzles???
At the end of VV it's pretty obvious the cave is where you want to go, and everytime you drag someone on it the screen changes and has a script talking about the pictures on the wall and the bowl of berries etc. The screen is the same basic feel as the intro storyline rather than the event messages which are more mini-pop ups. That seems like a very 'obvious' ending while still allowing you to play the game... and I have not noticed anything of that sort yet with VV2 Which is why I'm asking if there IS one and whether the collections must be done, or if I missed it.
The continuation of the story in VV2 may not be quite as obvious as in the original VV game.
There's a pop up event that tells about a group of villagers sailing to find other parts of the island. There's also some information when you solve the writing on the wall by the dam. It's not really an ending, but more of a lead-in for the next game.
In case you didn't know, the third Virtual Villagers game is already out. You can check out our review and walkthrough with these links.
Please help me. I just bought the culture tech and there no foundation of sewing house!! How can I build that? I really need to build it!
If you have level 2 Culture, the foundation for the sewing hut will show up at the bottom of the island to the right and down from the love hut. If it's not there, try restarting the game.
I have unlocked level three fishing, but my people insist on wastin their time watering their crops, so they are dieing from starvation for no reason. Any way I can get them to concentrate on the fishing?
Make sure you've selected Farming on the details screen of the villagers who need to fish. Then keep dropping them into the ocean until they bring fish in. If they try to do something else, drop them in the ocean again. As long as they don't have a dislike of the ocean or fish, they will get the hang of it.
can someone give me some tips as to get my adults to have kids??
I have managed to make a stew and my villager has eaten it,it was disgusting,so how do iempty the cauldron to make another.
About having babies -
It's somewhat difficult to have babies at the beginning of the game. It gets easier as you buy Medicine technology and villagers gain parenting experience. However, until then, you need to be persistent. Also, you don't have to wait for them to actually go indoors. When you hear the kissing sound after dropping them, that's when it happens. You can immediately pick the villager up and drop him/her again. Do it over and over until you see the population counter go up or the female is carrying a baby. Don't give up and it will happen eventually, even if you have to drop them 15 times in a row!
The stew will go away on its own eventually. You can also click on the menu button to exit. Then go back into the game and the stew should be cleared away.
yo every body, im confused. How do you get a villager to become a doctor on VV2?
how can you get more food when your viilagers don't have any and don't have any tech points?
To get a villager to become a doctor, he/she has to study all of the herb plants around the island. This should get him/her to the Trainee Doctor level. Then he/she should continue to study the herb plants and also heal other villagers who are sick. They will start to gain doctor experience from this. It takes quite a long time to reach Master Doctor.
I can't really give you any specific help without knowing where you are in the game and what kind of food source you currently have available or has just run out. Post more information here and I'll help you.
I have an adept doctor, adept scientist, adept farmer, master builder, 2 trainee parents, and 6 kids. No tech things. Now I have more tech points overnight. I have a little over 5000 tech points.
That doesn't really tell me what kind of help you need with food.
thanks anyway i think i got the hang of it
how do i do puzzle 2
There is information on all of the puzzles in the Walkthrough Guide located at the top of this page, just at the start of the comments section.
Oh no! All my kids are males, only one 11 year old female! That's not gonna work for long! *sigh*
Hey everyone, do you know how to speed a villager's recovery from unhealthy to healthy?
There are several stew recipes that will increase the health of the villagers. Check the walkthrough at the top of this page and you'll find a list of all stew recipes.
Thanks Pam, but what does O+O+B mean in the breathe deep one?
[Edit: The author of the list gives a description of the abbreviations at the start. I think O is for orange and B is for black. -Pam]
I'm coming in again, but now my villagers won't forage! I only have 136 food avaiilable to villagers, and they won't forage! What would be the best thing to do?
Forage for what? The villagers don't forage for food. They have these sources -
Fish until it gets full of algea. Then they harvest coconuts for awhile. Next is the farm that is made by building the dam. And you'll have to make a scarecrow for the farm. After that, you'll get the fish again after the algea is removed.
None of that is foraging, so I'm not sure what you're villagers aren't doing.
how do i get two other villagers to become master builders when i have already built both of the huts
???? :S i'm really confused
You will have many building projects in the game at is progresses. More than enough to get several Master Builders.
Hi I finish repairing the ancient floor when I put a tolem in the middle nothing happen if I need to redownload do I loss my file
Your issue is a long known bug that has been fixed in the most current version. You'll need to download the game from the site where you originally purchased the game. If you download it from the same site, it should save your progress.
Does the game have a conclusion?
What happens after all the puzzles are solved & collectibles are found? i've even rung the gong several times now..What next? someone pls HELP..:P
Are likes and dislikes inheritable by any chance? I started off with a villager who likes running which is extremely useful.
Can villagers decide to 'go indoors' independently? This has happened to me recently, but I'm not sure if I accidently dropped a villager onto another one.
Is the gender of children random? I seem to be in danger of running out of girls. (I've had four boys born in the second gen and only one girl)
The game can run indefinitely, even after you've solved all of the puzzles and completed all of the collections. The story continues in Virtual Villagers 3. Here's the link to our review:
Skills can be inherited, but I've never been successful in getting something like running passed down to children.
Yes, villagers will go indoors independently.
If one of them has built up parenting skill or has parenting selected on the detail screen, he/she will definitely act on his/her own. This can be problematic if it's a male because all of the women will become nursing mothers and will be unable to work for two years.
The gender of children is indeed random.
I've seen people claim that you can control it by choosing which gender gets dropped, but I've tested the theory many times and it fails. If you're getting lopsided on gender, I would suggest you have more children. Otherwise, your village will be in jeopardy unless a newcomer strays into the village or you find a barrel of babies (both are random island events.
Thanks Pam! Apparently parentage doesn't matter when the kids grow up so my population problem is solved. I actually almost had a starvation problem due to too many villagers! (I didn't have the algae eating fish) Still a lot of guy villagers though.
Now I'm just hoping on some cool hair colors to show up. I had a starter with bright red hair that didn't get passed down.
Appearance doesn't get passed down on Virtual Villagers 2; however, it does happen on Virtual Villagers 3. I've had villages with almost all blonds and black haird villagers. My most recent game has lots of purple haired little girls! So cute!
I have my sewing hut and I wonder what the benefits are in getting clothes for the villagers when they cost 5,000 tech points.
[Edit: It's just something to do. Plus, it can be helpful when you have a very large population because you can give them uniforms. For example, I put all of my doctors in black and white clothes so I can spot them easily when an illness breaks out. The cost of 5,000 tech points becomes less important after you purchase all of your technology. -Pam]
I found a vial buried in the dirt with orange liquid in it. I poured it out...What happens if you drink it?
Also, How do I get the cauldron in the first place in order to start making stew?
Oh and which tech is the best to get first. I heard science for the tech points but what are your suggestions?
Please help me...I don't know how to make the stew and no matter what I do, I get algae and depleted coconuts before crops are even planted! My villagers are going to die of starvation!
If I leave and then come back later, will I have missed any events? I really enjoy those
You will not lose any island events if you leave and come back. There will be a green screen waiting for you describing the event and what you choices are.
As for your other questions, please check the walkthrough section located at the top of this page. If you have any questions that aren't covered there, let me know and I'll help you. :)
Thanks for your answer. 3 tribes died before I got one that I could hold on to. And that was by luck. I couldn't get the crops fast enough. But the last tribe got some kind of event and I guess I chose the right one because it gave me like +1000 in food. I figured a lot out for myself but I still would like to know if anyone knows what would happen if you drank the orange liquid out of the vial (would the villager die?) also there was another one where it said there was a shooting star and asked if I wanted to wish for myself or the village. I of course picked the village but just would also like to know the other options...If anyone has the answers to events that would be awesome.
also, I am trying to get my 2nd level in science so i can get more tech points faster and I just wanted to know just how much faster it is?
ok i did so experimenting on the liquid I was asking about and figured out that if you drink the liquid
you will become confused and lose all your skill.
Luckily I had just started a tribe and my villager didnt know much anyway..lol. So POUR it out!
While buying level 2 Science does increase your tech points, I generally don't follow that strategy. I can't tell that much of a difference, to be honest, so I usually buy Science technology last. I think it's best to focus on getting a stable food source first to ensure the survival of your village. After that, you can choose which puzzles you want to solve next.
i don't know how to generate tech points and i really need it. So, HELP ME PLEASE
how do i make stew? haha i know its probably a stupid question
JIGuest - For tech points you need to buy science but the only other thing I can tell you to do is keep your villagers at the research table. If you need tech points and are done at the moment with building and farming (and feel that you will be for a while) then I suggest putting ALL of your villagers on the research table and leave for a while. Make sure you go to details and click research for everyone though. Otherwise, they will go back to what they were originally trained to do. Depending on how long you are gone decides what speed you should put your game on. If you are gone for many hours up to 24 or even more I would suggest putting the speed on 1/2 but if it is only for a little bit (if you are into the game as much as me) then keep on normal or 2x speed and just check in from time to time. Don't worry...I know it's hard but be patient. Your tech points will come soon. ~Jess
Wilson Chua - For the stew, first you have to have level 2 in exploration to find the cauldron
- where the cauldron is found -
in the wood pile behind the flower hut
If you already have the cauldron then you need to drag a villager onto the cauldron and he/she will take it to the fire. Then, once it is next to the fire, drag another villager onto the cauldron again. This time he/she will put water in it. After that you can drag a villager to 3 herbs to add to the stew. Also, drag a villager once again to the cauldron to add food and then voila! This will make stew. Some stews are good and some are bad. If you need recipes let me know. ~Jess
I bought level 3 engineering thinking that it would let me build the hospital and there is nowhere to build! Is this a glitch of am I missing something? If I am, what does level 3 do?
Ok. Sorry, never mind about my last comment, I don't have level 3 medicine yet. Lol. That makes sense!
Help! All my babies are boys. I have 15 villagers, and only one (35 year old) female that can have babies.
[Edit: I would suggest that you have the female keep having babies until you get some girls. Females can have children until they are 50. -Pam]
Thanks for the advice... I did have a little girl last night, but today when I came back, she is gone, and not in the cemetary?? My only female is 41 now... this might be the end of this village... I tried the fertility stew above, and made her a parent, so now maybe she will keep having babies, even if i'm not around. (by the way, the formula I used from above gave them an energy burst, nothing about embracing. D
Help! She's 48 now, and still no girls.
She's pregnant now, and due in 100 minutes. How many more babies can she have?
[Edit: This is probably her last baby. By the time it's old enough to leave her, she'll already be 50. -Pam]
Just an update... I had a girl. She's 22 now, has 2 babies, both boys...
Hi, Sorry to bother you again, but will removing the vines give you builder points? My village is flourishing now, remarkable! D
I'm having some trouble getting an elder. Any one have any tips? I think I might check in more and slow down the game, but I'm not sure what skills would be easy to level aside from farming and research.
Is there a good way to level building after your population is maxed out? (I have like 20ish kids and it's so cute/funny watching them play tag)
[Edit: The easiest skills to make it to Esteemed Elder are research, farming, and building. Just keep an eye on them and switch them to another skill when they reach Master status. -Pam]
My two mother still have the same baby and it continually says nursing for 120 mins what can i do?
Try exiting the game and restarting. Sometimes the timer just gets stuck. :)
I have started VV2 three times now. What I have found about the food, if you keep it around 130s-150s and don't fish or collect cocunuts or gorw your reproduce villagers too fast, you can do alright on food until you get you veggie garden going, but the same applies to veggies. It seems like if you harvest too much food and too quickly it depletes faster, also keep getting the mushrooms, that helps on not harvesting too much. The one thing I have had happen all three times is a box pops up and says Asal (or something close to it) has not been kind to your people, all your villagers are dead. The myth anout Isola still is unknown. And game over. Has that happened to anyone else? If so, does anyone know what I can do to prevent that.
The thing you describe about all your villagers being dead and the myth about Isola still being unknown is simply the failure of your village to survive and thrive. It means you lost the game. To prevent it, you have to manage your tribe better. There is a great deal of information in the walkthrough section located at the top of this page that can help you. If you get stuck, you can post a question here and I'll try to help you. :)
Thank you very much.
How do you get rid of the alge? I can't fish and I think that I am going to run out of coconuts (villagers are making pina coladas lol) and they aren't smart enough to build a dam. Need help! I don't know if it matters, but I have the virtual villagers 2 app for my ipod touch. if anyone has any hints they would be very helpful!
About your food problems -
The coconuts will indeed run out. You need to plant crops for your next food source. Once you have purchased level 2 Engineering, you'll be able to build the dam, which will let you plant crops.
It will be awhile before you can get rid of the algae. You'll need level 3 Farming. There's a fish in the pond that will eat the algae in the ocean.
You can also check the walkthrough located at the top of this page for lots of help with all of the puzzles.
I purchased the lvl 2 of culture tech and no foundation appeared! Do you have any suggestions?
Hi, I'm just wondering how to train better builders after I have finished repairing the hut, and the sewing hut too. I really want to get the crate open but I only have one master builder. Any one have any tips?
Thanks in advance:)
What building are you looking for?
If you've completed all of the building projects and puzzles, the only thing you can do to train builders is have them repair huts. But before that, you can cut away vines, build the hospital, etc.
When I try to make my adept builder make a scarecrow his action goes to 'confused' and the bit at the bottom says 'it is not clear to this villager what to do'. Can anyone help?
when i go to make a scarecrow it says i need a sharp tool help
I can't get the the 5th puzzle solved. I have taken healers to all the plants several times. I have tried trainee, adept, neither works. They study it, think about them, but only one has given me the message that the herb is known
To Ashy, JIGuest, and Linda:
You can find help in the walkthrough located at the top of this page. Look at puzzles 3, 4, and 5. If you still have trouble, leave a detailed question and I'll try to help you. :)
Oh please help me! I have 3 male villagers and 2 female ones, but they are both elderly. Can elderly villagers make babies?
[Edit: Female villagers stop having babies at age 50. -Pam]
I have a villager that likes fish but disklikes fishing. That makes sense...
How do you get up to the Coconuts?
I read the spoilers but I don't understand!
[Edit: Just drop a villager onto the base of a coconut tree. -Pam]
The birds keep eating my food and my people die
[Edit: Check the walkthrough located at the top of this page. One of the puzzles deals with this exact problem. You'll find information there to help you. -Pam]
how does the gong work I have hit it 2 times and nothing has happened I'm I doing something wrong and the other thing when will VV2 be on itunes so I can have it on my iPhone
Sorry I meant VV3 I have 1 and 2 when do you think it will come to Itunes
How can I have a villager being a master in 3 skills?
It's so difficult.
About the gong -
Once the gong is completely assembled, you just drop a villager on it. It can give you good things like food and knowledge, or bad things like sickness. You can only ring the gong every 24 hours.
To get a Master in three skills -
It just takes planning and paying close attention. Start when the villager is young and as soon as he/she achieves master status, change the preference to something else. The easiest three to achieve are Building, Science, and Farming.
what about the gong?
I'm looking for the sewing foundation is it a bug maybe?
You need to click on the spoiler tag to see what I wrote about the gong. Spoilers require that Java script be enabled.
You need to purchase Level 2 Culture.
Okay, I have been playing villagers for about a week or so now, and I have every puzzle except the one where you get the gong piece from the mosiac floor. I did what is necessary to make it visible and placed a villager on it. They started to carry it to the rest of the gong. Meanwhile, another puzzle was solved while that villager was walking. The piece never made it there and I cannot find it anywhere!!! Any ideas!?!?!
Try closing your game and then doing the puzzle again, starting with making it visible.
Thanks Pam it worked!