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Objective: Unscramble the puzzle pieces

Easy | Medium | Hard | Challenger

EASY

Rodeo Rider
I suggest everyone start here as a warm up. There are only 9 pieces in this puzzle, and you'll be able to get a feel for the game.

Circus Act 
This is another warm-up puzzle with 9 pieces.

Landmark
This puzzle has 16 pieces. It is a nice graphic of a famous U.S. Landmark.

Our Hero
16 pieces - A little tricky. If you like softball, you should get a warm feeling from this puzzle.

NEW
3-Tier Waterfall (with sounds)
This puzzle has 20 pieces. The picture was taken on my vacation in Hawaii. What a beautiful place. I hope you enjoy the waterfall.

NEW
A Hawaiian Beach (with sounds)
This puzzle has 25 pieces. The picture was taken on my vacation in Hawaii. I cannot remember exactly which beach this is, but it's beautiful.


MEDIUM

The Proud
This puzzle has 25 pieces. Nice picture of a forgotten people.

My Pride and Joy (with sounds)
This puzzle has 28 pieces.
The darling in this picture has been my friend for 10 years.

Canada (with sounds)
This puzzle has 28 pieces.
What a wonderful place to visit, even on an overcast day.

Under The Dome*
This puzzle has 42 pieces. An awesome computer-generated picture. The pieces are dark but spaced well so that the edges are visible. This is my favorite.

*Many Thanks to Ryan Bliss for the use of his graphic. If you would like to see more of his work, click here. He does excellent work which you will see more of in the Interactive Maze.)

Bull's-Eye (with sounds)
Need a lifesaver? Finish this puzzle and you'll be right on target. There are 56 pieces in this puzzle. (This puzzles dimensions are 685 X 480 and may not fit on your screen.)

NEW
3-Tier Waterfall (with sounds)
This puzzle has 40 pieces. The picture was taken on my vacation in Hawaii. What a beautiful place. I hope you enjoy the waterfall.

NEW
Pearl Harbor (with sounds)
This puzzle has 42 pieces. The picture was taken in Honolulu, Hawaii. You can't see it too well, but in the middle of the picture is the Memorial for the U.S.S. Arizona which was sunk during the bombing of Pearl Harbor .


HARD

Mountain View
This puzzle has 100 pieces and will take you a few more seconds to load. The pieces are spaced well to make the edges more visible.

Taos Ladies
This puzzle has 36 pieces.  The puzzle pieces are round instead of square which makes this puzzle challenging, I believe. It takes a little longer for the placeholder to load because it is one large graphic instead of one small graphic.
CHECK IT OUT!

Deep Blue Sea (with sounds)
This puzzle has 48 pieces.
This picture was taken while snorkeling off the island of Curacao.

Spectacular (with sounds)
This puzzle has 45 pieces.
This picture was taken at the West Indian Day Parade in New York City. Very colorful.

Family Picnic (with sounds)
This puzzle has 66 pieces. Not your ordinary family. Or maybe they are.

NEW
3-Tier Waterfall (with sounds)
This puzzle has 60 pieces. The picture was taken on my vacation in Hawaii. What a beautiful place. I hope you enjoy the waterfall.

NEW
Waiku River (with sounds)
This puzzle has 80 pieces. The picture was taken on my vacation in Hawaii. A picturesque and peaceful scene I hope you'll appreciate.


Challenger

NEW
Sal Monetti (with sounds)
This puzzle has 100 pieces.  The puzzle pieces are round instead of square. There is quite a bit of sky in this picture which I believe makes this puzzle the most challenging. The picture was painted by a former co-worker who is an aspiring artist. The woman in the portrait is a famous "movie" star. Sal has had one showing of his work, that I know of, in New York City. I wish him all the best.
I DARE YOU TO GIVE IT A TRY!!

Another World (with sounds)
This puzzle has 100 pieces. Another beautiful picture created by Ryan Bliss. It puts me in a serene mood.

 

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Peace And Good Fortune To All.

How to play:

When the Java Applet loads, you will see the scrambled pieces on the left side of the puzzle board. The right side of the board will have placeholders. These placeholders indicate where the scrambled pieces should be placed.

To move the scrambled pieces from the left side of the board to the right side of the board, simply drag and drop them. [Decide which piece you want to move, then click and hold down your left mouse button. While holding down your left mouse button, drag (slide) piece from the left side of the board onto its correct placeholder on the right side to the board and drop it {let go of the left mouse button} ]

If you have chosen the correct spot for your piece, it will stay in place on the right side of the board. If you have not chosen the correct spot for your piece, it will slide back to its original position on the left side of the board.

A finished picture is supplied for each puzzle. Additional hints will be supplied as needed.

Most puzzles display a message once they're completed.