Despite being a short game, I found it's quirky challenges and (somewhat) memorable characters rather entertaining. I have to say, even though it wasn't perfectly obvious the first time I saw it, the Indiana Jones reference was very clever. I just have a few comments about the game, so try to bear with me:
I enjoyed the purpose of the rating system at the end of the game, though I'm still confused as to what it's based off. Is it related to the amount of profit you make during that day? The amount of money you finish the game with? Or something else?
I'm also curious as to what other sort of endings there are. Of course there's the different levels the King can give you, which cause him to have a different reaction, but I tried multiple times to join the rebellion and only ever managed to get the ending in which the rebellion is crushed. I think having a kind of achievement system for the types of endings you can get is the way to go, as it makes it more obvious to the player what sort of paths to need to go down in order to 100% the game.
The idea of having the sun as a time limit for the game is very clever, though I feel as if it moves way too quickly for the player to really think about their options when making sales. The incredible speed became blatantly obvious when during I think the second puzzle - trying to count out the letters for each word just to see how much they want to give for an item became an impossible task, and I had to reset the day multiple times just because I took too long trying to solve the riddle, and did not make enough money to stop myself from going broke.
The last thing I have left to say has to be about the golden clouds that occasionally fly past. At first, I didn't even realise their purpose until after I felt encouraged to start clicking on them about my 3rd play in. I think needs to be made a little more obvious, even if it is only having Jeff the Magical Anvil mention it quickly before you start your first day. There also seems to be a glitch with the golden clouds that happens at the end of the day. When Jeff announces that the day is over, if you wait for a short amount of time without continuing the text, the golden clouds will continue to fly past - allowing you to cheat quite a bit more money (depending on how long you want to wait). I rather like this little cheat, as I think it adds a bit more character to the game, though it is completely up to you whether you are going to remove it or not.
Besides this, I can't complain much about the game at all. It has a lot of re-playability, despite how short and small the game is. With a few more days added, as well as some optional music and sound effects, I think this game could become really popular!
Best of luck with the game!