Nowadays, almost everyone has a computer and regular internet access. We’re not talking politics here, and we’re not in the social science business either. We’re being pragmatic. So we’re not leaving starving populations and distant cultures out of the picture or considering them to be less “human,” we’re just not addressing them at the moment. The almost everyone above is almost everyone able to read this post.
This being said, in order to address the possible critics who might rise and criticize the above comment, let’s get to the point: why would anyone buy a regular jigsaw puzzle, when we have online jigsaw puzzles? There are tons of puzzles available online and, as far as the assembling process goes, it doesn’t really make any difference if the puzzle is displayed on a screen or laying on the floor in a box.
An online jigsaw puzzle might even be more appealing than an offline one, for more than one reason. It is easy to carry. As long as you have your computer with you, you also have the puzzle(s). And, with the computers becoming more and more indispensable, so to speak, you’ll practically be able to access your jigsaw puzzles from anywhere, at any time. You can even take a short break from work and put a couple of pieces together to clear up your mind (although we do not encourage you to evade your work duties). Online puzzles are cheaper (you’re already paying for the internet), and do not require the same amount of space or material settings.
So why would anyone want to assemble a traditional jigsaw puzzle? You’ll learn that in the second part of this article on Saturday.
Japan has always fascinated the West. A symbol of the Orient, the Land of the Rising Sun is, after all, the land of the samurai, ninja, sumo and of quite a lot of other deadly martial arts. But it is also the land of the geisha, cherry blossoms and, more recently, amazing technology.
Japan has a very rich and fascinating culture, but it is also a very beautiful country with impressive landscapes and areas, although it is prone to major earthquakes. And, speaking of earthquakes, since Japan has just experienced the biggest recorded earthquake in its history, we have decided to show a little bit of support in the aftermath of the tragedy, and talk to you about the Japan jigsaw puzzles available at Puzzle Warehouse.
What better way to start than with a puzzle depicting Mount Fuji, the highest mountain in Japan and a national symbol. The 500 pieces jigsaw puzzle from Educa shows you the volcano covered in snow and gives you the image of one of the most famous Japanese landscapes in the world. If you’re a more delicate type of person, you might enjoy more a 1000 pieces Japanese Garden from Sunsout, a true work of art.
You can find these and a lot more Japan jigsaw puzzles at Puzzle Warehouse, some more beautiful than the others, all of them at competitive prices. Learn lots of interesting things about the history and culture of Japan while enjoying the relaxing time spent putting the pieces together.
Do you like detective stories? How about detectives? Would you like to become one yourself, or perhaps just improve your detective skills? You could start small, with license plates. A knack for recognizing them could prove itself very useful. You might witness a hit and run someday or maybe just a drunk driver, and become a local hero by being able to identify the license plate of the perpetrator.
How about that? If you’re interested, Puzzle Warehouse can do a little something to help you. The largest jigsaw puzzle store in the world gives you today’s puzzle of the day: License Plates USA. Made by TDC Games, this jigsaw puzzle is the shape of the United States. Once you have assembled its 1000 pieces, you will obtain a 34″ x 22″ collage of license plates that will test not only your geography skills, but also your memory and spirit of observation.
Don’t be afraid by the large number of pieces, as this jigsaw puzzle does not fall into the difficult category. The pieces are numbered on the back side, and you are provided with a map that shows the location of each piece, in case you run into any kind of trouble. With these in mind, you can purchase the jigsaw puzzle and get started. It will only be a matter of time until you will be able to identify a license plate just by looking at it for a couple of seconds.
Do you like landscapes? How about jigsaw puzzles? If your answer to both these questions is affirmative, then Puzzle Warehouse has to be your next stop. To answer your first question (why?), you should definitely check out Puzzle Warehouse for more than one reason. First of all, it is the largest jigsaw puzzle store in the world. That means you will find anything you want in the store and you might even find things you did not know you liked.
But that’s not everything: at Puzzle Warehouse, we even have panoramic jigsaw puzzles. Landscapes, waterfalls and other amazing pictures are on the menu and some of the puzzles are over 3 feet long. Once completed and glued, they can be hung on your walls as decoration.
If you are looking for a relaxing view, you should check out some of the autumn themed puzzles or perhaps something even quieter, like a mountain cabin in a dreamy forest, near a splendid looking lake. If you’re a fan of civilization, you will definitely enjoy a city view, like the Brooklyn Bridge. And if you like to travel, then you’re really going to be thrilled by something more exotic, like Easter Island.
You only need to close your eyes and imagine you in your ideal place. It should be something close to your soul that really fits you and where all of your worries will be forever gone. When you’re done imagining it, open your eyes and browse through the Puzzle Warehouse panoramic puzzles. You might just find what you were looking for.
The edgeless jigsaw puzzles from Puzzle Warehouse will blow your mind away and give a new meaning to the word difficult. If you thought that large puzzles were hard to assemble, you should try doing it without the benefit of straight edges. Made by University Games, these small jigsaw puzzles not only have no edge, but they also feature 5 extra pieces.
These extra pieces will give you a really hard time, as they don’t fit in anywhere in the picture and you won’t know which ones they are until you manage to complete the puzzle. But you might not be able to do so, as the picture from the box is incomplete.
So you’re left with assembling a puzzle without two fundamental tools: the reference picture and the edges. The picture usually helps you to figure out where the different pieces go, while assembling the edges is usually the best and fastest method to begin a puzzle. Left without those, what could have otherwise been a simple assembling job can turn into an impossible but really fun task.
And we don’t say fun for nothing. One of the best things about these impossible puzzles that you can get at Puzzle Warehouse is that there are some hidden objects in the images that you can only discover if you complete the puzzle. How’s that for fun?