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Colorful Pavement Puzzle Details:

About: Start today's new game and let's take a walk on the colorful paved side walk. Pick your difficulty level and put the red, blue, yellow and purple pavement tiles back together as fast as you can. Pavement comes from Latin pavimentum meaning a floor beaten or rammed down. Pavements are usually made form asphalt, concrete, flagstone, cobblestone, bricks, tiles, and sometimes wood and are used on sidewalks, road surfaces, patios, courtyards and others.
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