TOP TEN: Feb 2019 New Puzzles

Hello to my fellow Jigsaw Junkies out there. There are lots of new puzzles in stock this time of year from a wide variety of manufacturers. I thought in this post I’d try to limit my “show and tell” to my very top favorites. My “ten” is actually “fourteen”, but what can you do. 🙂 A few notes: You can pick your own favorites, and see what I may have skipped over, by looking at ALL our latest puzzle additionsRead more

Review: “Cat Tales” by Charles Wysocki, Buffalo Games — 9/10

Publisher: Buffalo Games (US) Size: 750 pieces  Title:  “Cat Tales”  Finished size: 24″ x 18″ OUR RATING: 9/10 Box Quality:  (8/10) The Buffalo Games boxes are very sturdy and have nice packaging design. The box is small at 8″ x 8″. The front, which you can see above, has a “Cats of Charles Wysocki” logo and the Buffalo Games logo. The name of the puzzle is shown on the front. Back: The back of the box is a generic Buffalo Games back. Sides:Read more

Review: “Cats in Paris” by Sven Hartmann, Heye – 8.75/10

“Cats in Paris” by Sven Hartmann is a moderately difficult puzzle from Heye. The cats in the foreground are all unique and you can figure out where the pieces go by comparing them to the large poster that’s included. The sky, cityscape, and gargoyle areas of the puzzle are more of a challenge to put together, though the strong color variation in the sky keeps it from being tedious. There’s lot of interesting details to discover, French cliches and tropes the cats act out. As always, the Heye quality is outstanding with sturdy pieces, a matte finish, and a wide variety of grid-cut piece shapes. If you like cats or have a fondness for Paris, you’ll enjoy this one.Read more