Happy Holiday Fever! BASED ON DEMO
Australians never celebrated Halloween, but the more American TV shows we watch, the more kids are demanding costumes and sweets. So I thought I’d get into the spirit of the whole, even though I’ve got no candy for the neighbour’s kids.
This jigsaw game seems a good game. There are 4 boxes with 25 photos each. There’s all sorts of stuff in them and no individual theme to the boxes that I could see. The photos are well chosen for the theme, and professionally taken, but nothing overly exciting.
Standard for these kinds of games, you can edit the puzzles by number of pieces (from about 12 up to about 300) or degree of irregularity of the cuts. Some of the games have pieces that must be rotated, others not.
You can choose to have the image pinned to one corner, or to have a ‘ghost’ (groan – pardon the pun). You can also have them sorted or the edges separated. There is also a box for putting away some pieces manually, and you can have the pieces stick to the desktop.
The interface is non intrusive. The music is lovely. So relaxing and pleasant.
You can get scores based on speed and you can also get trophies for the usual achievements, numbers of pieces placed, times etc.
If you’re a big player of jigsaws, I can see an appeal in this game, because it has all the good features as well as a large number of photos, and a ‘theme’. I Recommend This Game