It s fascinating, and it s frustrating. 3-D puzzles look simple on the surface. It seems that way, until you realize that not only must you solve several 2-dimensional puzzles and THEN fit them into a three-dimensional form. Puzz3D has designed their products with an eye towards the glamour of the decade that was the roaring twenties. Nothing is more characteristic of that golden age then the Orient Express, Paris to Istanbul. You re given a visual and audio award with each section of the train you complete, helping to further a sense of accomplishment. From the mouse end, once you ve snapped together a few two-dimensional pieces, you can rotate a three-dimensional fragment in order to view the different sides still needing to be added to. A scale let s you know how much of the 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional aspects of the puzzle are completed. Wrebbit has found a winner and contributed a great game to this genre.
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