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.
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 -... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →