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About: We have a very sweet puzzle game for you today. Featuring a candy stand full of colorful and delicious candy this new jigsaw will help you relax and practice your puzzle solving skills while enjoying the multitude of vivid colors and shapes.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 17/Sep/2016

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