Review: “The Three Graces” by Josephine Walls, Buffalo Games – 9/10

This is a gorgeous fantasy puzzle by renown artist Josephine Wall. The Buffalo Games quality is quite good featuring grid-cut pieces with a wide variety of shapes. The small box saves shelf space while an included poster can be used for reference while assembling the puzzles. I loved the bold, bright colors in this one. Assembly is a nice mix of easy areas, like the faces, with areas of medium difficulty, like the masses of flowers and butterflies. I liked the added touch of the gold glitter, which is solidly applied and used throughout the puzzle. It adds a nice tactile dimension during assembly and makes the final puzzle even more attractive. This would be a nice image to frame for a kid or teen’s room.Read more

New Puzzles: May 2016

  NEW PUZZLE ANNOUNCEMENTS: MAY 2016   Buffalo Games continues to release plentiful new puzzles throughout the year!  Here are their latest. CHARLES WYSOCKI – AMERICANA Four new Wysocki releases provide something for everyone. There are two new 1000 piece puzzles, a new 300, and a new cat puzzle at 750!    JOSEPHINE WALLS – FANTASY I was excited when Buffalo announced they were making new Josephine Walls puzzles. This fantasy artist has been published many times over the yearsRead more

Buffalo Games: New Puzzles 2016

Buffalo Games releases puzzles throughout the year, so I will update this page as more are added.  I’ve pulled out my favorites to feature here, but you can see all their new puzzles on their website. “A Peach of a Day” by Charles Wysocki, 300 pieces Buffalo makes Wysocki puzzles in various sizes. Usually when they release one in 300 pieces I’m bummed because I don’t normally buy anything below 500. It just goes so fast it’s not worth it.Read more

New from Buffalo Games!

Buffalo Games has put some excellent new puzzles up on their website.  I’ve been collecting all of their Charles Wysocki cat puzzles, so I was happy to see two new ones. “Remington the Horticulturist” by Charles Wysocki, 750 pieces   “Frederick the Literate” by Charles Wysocki, 750 pieces There are also a number of Josephine Walls in 1000 pieces!  All the designs have been printed before (except, perhaps, The Race, which doesn’t look familiar). But if you don’t have them,Read more