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    JustTheFacts

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    Jigsaw World Tour 1

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:23 am

    Jigsaw World Tour
    by 8Floor Games - Nov. 2013

    Series linksJigsaw World Tour, Jigsaw World Tour 2, Jigsaw World Tour 3

    Available at:
    Big Fish
    iWin



    Travel around the globe with Jigsaw World Tour! Piece together vibrant jigsaw puzzles depicting the monuments and cultural icons of world class cities from New York to Tokyo. Puzzles vary from tens to hundreds of pieces so that you can choose your own level of challenge. Start your unforgettable tour today!

    • Puzzles from 7 different cities
    • 700 unique photographs
    • Relaxing ambient music

    Click images to enlarge
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    JustTheFacts

    Posts : 5071
    Join date : 2013-09-01
    Age : 54
    Location : Western Australia

    Re: Jigsaw World Tour 1

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sat Nov 09, 2013 11:26 am

    Excellent Jigsaw Fun

    Sunny Sunny SunnySunny

    BASED ON DEMO

    This is the best to date of the many jigsaw games produced by this (prolific) developer. It is a well presented game, with good graphics and very pleasant and relaxing music.

    The major difference from most jigsaw games is that this one has so many photos. We have 7 boxes to choose from, each holding roughly 100 photos, which have been taken in the city each box represents. These are well taken shots and cover an interesting variety of aspects of the cities.

    One unique innovation in this game is the option to change the resolution. Excellent idea!

    There are also the standard options that you’d expect from an electronic jigsaw game.

    *make pieces ‘stick’ to board when they are placed in the right spot – or not.
    *set the number of pieces from roughly 12 to as much as 350.
    *change the cut of the pieces
    *rotation or not

    Within the puzzle, there are further options

    *background colour
    *display an image and/or ghost of the board
    *option to sort and/or show only edges

    You also have a hint button and a magnifier, and a box for keeping some items separate.

    And there is a point scoring system, although you are not under any type of time constraints.

    As I say, this is my new favourite jigsaw game, but if I had one thing I could improve, it would be that the photos had captions. I know the Eiffel Tower when I see it, but most of the images were new to me, and I would have liked to have known what I was looking at.

    I Recommend This Game!

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