Grad a chair and let's solve this fun and challenging new jigsaw puzzle. Choose a difficulty level, toggle piece rotation and start connecting the pieces as fast as you can to get a top spot on our game leaderboards. Have fun!
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In this new jigsaw puzzle you will have to piece back together lots and lots of pistachios. The pistachio, a member of the cashew family, is a small tree originally from Central Asia and the Middle East. The tree produces seeds that are featured in this jigsaw.The kernels are often eaten whole, either fresh or roasted and salted, and are also used in pistachio ice cream, kulfi, spumoni, historically in Neapolitan ice cream, pistachio butter and confections such as baklava, pistachio chocolate, pistachio biscotti and cold cuts such as mortadella. Some people even make pistachio salad, which includes fresh pistachios or pistachio pudding, whipped cream, and canned fruit.
Two Toy Sheep
In this fun new jigsaw we feature two very cute toy sheep. Pick your difficulty level, toggle piece rotation and click start to put he two cute sheep back together. Have fun!
Winter is just around the corner so we've got get ready. In today's new puzzle we feature a pile of firewood ready to be cut into smaller pieces, stored and used during the cold winter. There are many ways to store firewood. These range from simple piles to free-standing stacks, to specialized structures.
Today's new puzzle features the Steinhöfel Castle in Brandenburg (Germany).
Dice likely originated in the ancient Middle East. One of the oldest known dice games was excavated from a Mesopotamian tomb, dating to the 24th century BC. Unlike modern dice, the numbers on the opposite sides of Mesopotamian dice were consecutive numbers rather than numbers that add up to seven. Common dice are small cubes most commonly 1.6 cm (0.63 in) across, whose faces are numbered from one to six, usually by patterns of round dots called pips. Opposite sides of a dice traditionally add up to seven. Dice are suitable as gambling devices for games like craps and are also used in non-gambling tabletop games.
See the graves, creepy crows, spiders and skeletons by solving this scary Halloween landscape jigsaw puzzle.
Today we're visiting a beautiful, small mountain church. Build from stone and wood this church is located in an amazing alpine landscape.
Snowy Owl Eyes
Today's new puzzle features a close-up of a snowy owl's eyes. Pick your difficulty level and start putting it back together as fast as you can and get on to our leader boards.
We all know and love these cute breed of dog with wrinkly, short-muzzled faces and curled tails. But did you know that pugs were brought from China to Europe in the sixteenth century and were popularized in Western Europe by the House of Orange of the Netherlands. In the United Kingdom Queen Victoria developed a passion for these cute dogs. In ancient times, Pugs were bred to be companions for ruling families in China. Pugs are strong willed but rarely aggressive, and are suitable for families with children.
This old off-road car has seen some action in it's day but the time and weather have taken their toll on it body work. Although covered in rust, dirt and scratches this old 4x4 still looks like it can take one any off road challenge you can through at it. Click start and put this rusty offroader back together in today's new jigsaw puzzle.
Cockwood is a small village on the west side of the Exe Estuary in the county of Devon, England. Cockwood has two pubs. The Anchor Inn which is on the harbour front and the Ship Inn, nearer the village hall. The Anchor Inn is over 450 years old and was originally opened as a Seamen's Mission. It was a haven for seamen and smugglers and is said to be haunted. But don't the let the ghosts scare you off, click start and put the beautiful small harbour back together in today's puzzle. Have fun!
St Stephen Preaching at Jerusalem
A jigsaw puzzle featuring Vittore Carpaccio's painting "St Stephen Preaching at Jerusalem" (La Prédication de saint Etienne à Jérusalem).
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