Mr. Puzzle

  • Classic gameplay
  • Gorgeous pictures
  • Have some fun with Mr. Puzzle!
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 600 Mhz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 8.1
  • Hard driver (MB) : 60

Review for game Mr. Puzzle

Solve multiple puzzles with different scenes at the same time in Mr. Puzzle. Put together gorgeous pictures in a relaxing environment. Import your own pictures and make a puzzle from whatever photograph you’d like! Change the puzzle piece shape and create a whole new experience! Jump into a revolutionary puzzle game, today!

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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

March 27, 2010

Game Rank

2965 points

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Fun, Relaxing Game!
March 31, 2012

This is an older game but one that I play frequently. You have the option of a regular jigsaw puzzle but then you also have the option of multilayer puzzles as well. With the multilayer puzzle, you can choose from from 2 - 6 puzzles "stacked" on top of each other. You're provided an image of each puzzle in the stack and you'll click to scroll through the pieces to figure out which picture the piece goes to and then place it. The game does get challenging as you move through the puzzles #especially the 6 layers# but it's also relaxing a great way to unwind. The game is well worth the cost!

relaxing and easy, or you can challenge yourself
January 28, 2013

I was looking for a jigsaw game with bright and clear graphics, and this one delivers. You can select easy puzzles with just a few pieces, or make it more challenging by selecting jigsaw layouts with odd shapes, or all smooth edges, or lots and lots of pieces .. the choice is entirely up to you. If you really want to take it to the next level, you can select multi-layer puzzles. Imagine dumping three boxes of puzzle pieces on the floor, mixing them up, and then trying to assemble all three puzzles from the pile. Once you decide to try the multi-layer puzzles, you might accidentally find yourself addicted. You can always begin with the easier one or two puzzles layered together, and progress to up to six puzzles layered together. I almost didn't even try to multi-layer puzzles because I thought they would be too tough, but now I'm finding myself going back to it over and over again. There are no time limits, and there are several help buttons you can use, if you chose to use them. You can sort out all the edge pieces only, you can sort the puzzle into four quadrants, where it will automatically bunch the four areas together, or you can ask the hint button to show you two pieces that belong together. You can choose to show the picture of the puzzle you're assembling, or not. You can change the background picture to a blank page, or an alternate picture, or to match the picture you are trying to assemble, which makes solving a bit easier. My favorite feature is that you can upload any photo from your computer, and make a puzzle out of it. I've already uploaded several photos for a multi-layer experience, so, depending on your choice of photos, it can be as easy or as difficult as you choose. For instance, I uploaded four unique puzzles with different colored backgrounds, for an easier multi-layered puzzle challenge. Then, once I mastered that, I tried uploading four very similar photos of brightly colored flowers, and it got very tough to figure out the layers. The ability to load your own p

July 19, 2012

good game .instructions tho not very clear to begginner.

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