Jigsaw Puzzle 29
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|Object||Put all the jigsaw pieces into the frame provided|
|Difficulty||Level 10 - Mind Boggling|
|Types||Packing Puzzles, Yuu Asaka|
|Dimensions||Tray measures: 13.7 cm x 13.7 cm x 0.7 cm / 5.4 in x 5.4 in x 0.25 in|
Jigsaw Puzzle 29 was awarded the Jury Honorable Mention at the IPP38 in San Diego. Fit all 29 of the Jigsaw Pieces into the tray provided. How are you able to fit 29 pieces into a 5x5 grid??? There are also 5 corner pieces in this puzzle!
The pieces are made from acrylic and although they look like standard jigsaw pieces this is not a traditional jigsaw puzzle. Please note that acrylic colors may vary slightly.
Originally made and designed by Yuu Asaka, Puzzle Master has been granted permission for a limited time by the designer to produce some of his puzzle designs in Canada!
The tray measures: Tray measures: 13.7 cm x 13.7 cm x 0.7 cm / 5.4 in x 5.4 in x 0.25 in
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A very clever design by Yuu Asaka but poorly crafted with poor material. I completed the puzzle with great satisfactory but when I tried to take it apart, due to the bad cutting of edges, some pieces are stuck together and very easily broken even when you apply the slightest force. Very disappointed that it is broken after a single playthrough and I am not able to share this geniusly designed puzzle with my friends. And it's not cheap so I cannot afford to buy a new one.
The puzzle itself is really cool and a bit tricky. I recommend it for puzzle lovers. But i think the Level 10 rank is a bit too high, I solved this in about an hour. Maybe I was lucky and found the right starting point at first try ;)
This is a great puzzle, but as previously mentioned this new batch seems to be let down by the manufacturer. My puzzle had two pieces that were a very tight fight and the heads were not quite the right shape. I left them till last so there was no chance of an incorrect placement I also checked a solution online after I finished.
Hey guys, don't give a bad review just because you didn't get one today. You did not receive the product but there is no rain to hurt it. The reviews don't affect the website. Also, this puzzle is great. Looks great and is an interesting challenge. Well worth it.
I also know the struggle of trying to get this puzzle. I had been on the notify list since January and had not been having luck. I checked back in 2 weeks ago and was able to get it, but I just got my email notification today, after it was sold out again. Seems like the email notice was sent way too late. The puzzle is amazing however!
The Puzzle itself is amazing ! Tricky, and yet it looks very simple. The only problem is the manufacturing : pieces are cut in a very loose way and thus don't perfectly fit. They are now made by puzzlemasters, and not by Yuu Asaka. I think quality has decreased, which is a shame for such an expensive puzzle.
Jigsaw puzzle junkie, as is my wife and mother. Picked this up as an stocking stuffer idea and had to give it a try. Very clever, will have to pick up the others now.
I'm not ordinarily a big fan of jigsaw puzzles, but this is no ordinary jigsaw. First, there's the frame - it's square. But there are 29 pieces (29? How does that work?) As you assemble things, you'll notice some other oddities - are there enough edge pieces? Or too many? How about corners? You would expect 4 corner-pieces, wouldn't you? Sorry to disappoint. Then you start to notice other things...I'll stop there so as not to give too much away. Suffice to say, this is a really fun and puzzling puzzle - well worth the effort.
This is not your normal jigsaw puzzle. I received my copy of this puzzle several weeks ago directly from the designer. I attempted to solve it in the conventional way, but found out quickly that there was much more to the solution. The traditional "start with the edge pieces" approach came to a screeching halt when I discovered there were more than four corner pieces and when the edges were connected, they didn't quite fit within the confines of the tray. I highly recommend this brain teaser jigsaw puzzle.