How to play
Choose the difficulty from 24 to 486 puzzle pieces
Choose from 8 difficulty levels: 24, 54, 96, 150, 216, 294, 384, 486 pieces. The more pieces, the harder your jigsaw puzzle game becomes.
Solve the puzzle and use the auxiliary features if necessary
Hint to match the next piece to the puzzle if you are stuck. View only the side pieces of the puzzle if you want to speed up solving process. Look at the final image if needed.
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Visit the website every day to solve a new daily puzzle
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Benefit your health by doing jigsaw puzzles
Exercise the left and right sides of the brain simultaneously
During solving jigsaw puzzles both sides of the brain at the same time, you create “connections” between the left and right sides. The right is in charge of creativity, emotions and intuitive thinking; and the left is the logical, objective and methodical side. When you try to put together a jigsaw puzzle, both sides are engaged. It increases your ability to learn and comprehend.
Improve short-term memory
Doing jigsaw puzzles reinforces brain-cell connections and improves mental speed. It’s especially good for improving short-term memory. It helps you remember shapes and colors and visualize the final picture.
Improve visual-spatial reasoning
While doing jigsaw puzzles, you visualize the bigger picture to figure out which pieces will fit together. If you practice it regularly, you’ll work on visual-spatial reasoning. And it helps you in everyday life while driving a car, learning and following dance moves, using a map and other common activities.
Jigsaw puzzles stimulate your brain and at the same time help you to relax your minds. While focusing on a single puzzle piece for some time, there is almost no room for other extraneous thoughts. It’s like a state of meditation. And it allows you to escape everyday problems and to feel released from stress. And as a result it improves your physical health by reducing breath rate, lowering heart rate and blood pressure.
Improve learning abilities
The more you practice jigsaw puzzles, the better and quicker you can recognize shapes, forms and colors. Factually, the brain is a muscle, the more it works, the stronger it becomes. That’s why playing jigsaw puzzles is a good way to train it.
Doing jigsaw puzzles increases your brain production of dopamine. It is responsible for regulating mood and feelings of optimism. It is also affects motivation. Dopamine is released every time you successfully solve a jigsaw puzzle or even find the right place for one piece. This encourages you to continue working on solving them and challenging yourselves.
Get a sense of fulfillment
Modern life requires moving from one activity to the next at a fairly high pace. There is nothing more satisfying than putting the last piece of the puzzle in its place. Completing a jigsaw puzzle provides a sense of fulfillment, where a period of solving problems ends with the satisfaction of seeing the final picture.
Mindfulness means to bring conscious attention to a task in the present moment. Playing jigsaw puzzles is a great tool for practicing it as they require you to be in the moment.
People playing jigsaw puzzles regularly live longer and happier. According to the study in the Achieves of Neurology the brain scans of the 75 year-olds who were keen on playing puzzles, were much more comparable to their 25 year-old counterparts then those of 75 years-olds who did not puzzle.