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    JustTheFacts

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    Royal Jigsaw 2

    Post by JustTheFacts on Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:18 am

    Royal Jigsaw 2
    by 8 Floor Games - January, 2014

    Series links: Royal Jigsaw 1, Royal Jigsaw 2, Royal Jigsaw 3

    Available at:
    Big Fish
    iWin



    Collect beautiful photos to uncover the greatest and most illustrious landscapes, castles and palaces of the world! Take an exciting voyage to the heart of a grand ball life, visit the golden throne room, and uncover a secret royal treasury. All the luxuries of royal life are here in this game! With over 700 unique puzzles, Royal Jigsaw 2 is the choice of real kings!

    • Collect 700 high-quality unique pictures
    • Ambient, relaxing sound and royal trophies
    • Optional game difficulty control for your comfort
    • Save game progress at any time

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    JustTheFacts

    Posts : 5071
    Join date : 2013-09-01
    Age : 54
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    Re: Royal Jigsaw 2

    Post by JustTheFacts on Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:20 am

    Lots More Puzzle For Your Dollar

    Sunny Sunny SunnySunny Sunny

    BASED ON DEMO

    This game’s predecessor didn’t impress me much, but I am wow’d by this one. It has everything, including more great jigsaws than you can poke a stick at.

    The jigsaw photos come in an apparently random set of 4 boxes, each with 88 photos in each, a total of over 700 pix.

    They are all clearly professionally taken shots, and while many of them do have a regal theme – crowns, palaces, for example – it’s much more like they have been chosen for their beauty and glamour. There are many pictures of flowers, jewellery, landscapes and monuments. Everything from the Great Wall of China to a butterfly.

    All puzzles can be customised in the following ways:

    • Number of pieces (from about 12 up to about 300)
    • Degree of irregularity of the cuts
    • Pieces can be rotated, or not
    • Picture in the top left corner, or not
    • Ghost, or not
    • Sorted, or not
    • Borders separated, or not
    • Background colour, choice of 4

    You can get scores based on speed and trophies.

    The music is pleasant and unobtrusive. The interface harmless, but boring, and I am not sure I like having no instructions regarding the customization, you just have to figure it out for yourself.

    You are not given an option to stick the pieces to the desktop, which is my one criticism.

    Otherwise, this game represents *years* of fun to me.

    I Recommend This Game!

      Zoo Tek Phoenix

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