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Compass

Compass

About The Compass Jigsaw Puzzle Game:

Today we're going on an adventure so let's not forget our compass. The magnetic compass contains a magnet that interacts with the earth's magnetic field and aligns itself to point to the magnetic poles. The compass was invented in China, during the Han Dynasty between the 2nd century BC and 1st century AD. Ancient Chinese people found that if a lodestone was suspended so it could turn freely, it would always point in the same direction, toward the magnetic poles.

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00 : 22
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01 : 14

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01 : 30
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04 : 09

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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03 : 10
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14 : 10

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05 : 50
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22 : 26

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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09 : 09
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45 : 29

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17 : 23
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1 : 19 : 09

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