on 8 February 2012
Amazon got me out of trouble with this Xmas gift when another supplier failed to deliver on time.
I will start with them from now on.
These type of puzzles, where you have to imagine the next scene at sometime in the future, are good fun and well made.
on 19 February 2012
Well, who knew a jigsaw puzzle could present such great fun with a hefty dollop of challenge on top?!
This was the first Wasgij puzzle I'd done - but I shall be collecting them all! I admit, I didn't know anything about them when I bought one thinking it was simply the picture on the front of the box (that's how jigsaws work isn't it?!)
Anyway, as I'm trying to piece the edges together, it only took a moment or two to realise something wasn't quite right - that's when I read the box which informed me of what I was supposed to do! And thus began my journey into the addictive, challenging world of Wasgij.
I love my jigsaws, I love the challenge of doing them and I love the sense of satisfaction once completed - Wasgij gives you that but in a supersize portion. The challenge to complete them is greater than any puzzle (having nothing to work from other than your own imagination and a few pointers of what the final picture may represent), but the satisfaction once completed is massive, I was so pleased with myself - really, it was ridiculous!
So if you relish a challenge, and a real buzz once you've done it - then this is for you. If you only like the small jigsaw to do every now and again and want to complete it in an afternoon or evening before boxing it away again - then this really isn't going to be enjoyable for you. However, if like me you like both and everything in between, this'll be a great challenging change from your usual fare. Happy puzzling!
Karen, Age 37 - Jigsaw Addict