3D Puzzles for Beginners

A few years ago, I tried to do the Hogwarts - Astronomy Tower, an 875-piece 3D puzzle from Wrebbit3D. I got a few sections assembled, but I struggled so much and was not enjoying the process. So I boxed it up with the intention to try again in the future. However, I have not reopened it... Continue Reading →

Puzzle Type Review: Glitter Puzzles

I must say that all that glitters are gold. The other day I was looking through my collection of puzzles and stumbled upon a glitter puzzle. I haven't assembled a glitter puzzle in a while and so I was excited to get started. I will admit that when I purchased my first glitter puzzle, I... Continue Reading →

Gamer’s Paradise – Puzzle Review

At the height of our COVID isolation some months ago I was close to running out of jigsaw puzzles. Ugly withdrawal was looming. I might have been forced to become productive – shampoo carpets, clean out cupboards. . . that sort of thing. Luckily a relative gifted me with Gamer’s Trove which is now once... Continue Reading →

Puzzle Review : Ready for a Drive

Finally after a year, White Mountain puzzles are back in stock at Puzzle Warehouse. To celebrate the arrival of White Mountain puzzles coming back into the puzzle world, here is a fun one that is great to work on when you just don’t want to get anything done around the house. “Ready for a Drive”,... Continue Reading →

Theme Puzzle Review: All Aboard

If Sheldon Cooper, of TV’s Big Bang Theory, were real he’d be telling me that it was time I paid proper attention to trains. I am not sure why Sheldon was obsessed with trains, but when you think about it, they led to the development of management as a profession and the creation of our... Continue Reading →

Theme Review: Look, it’s a Mystery!

What's Christmas without getting puzzles for presents. My friends and family know me well. One of my presents was Murder on the Titanic, a Bepuzzled Classic from University Games, story by John Lutz. It is one of eight in their Classic Mystery collection. Just to make things interesting, the picture on the box is not... Continue Reading →

A Cure for Wintertime

Some of you may remember when Eddie Cochran sang, “There ain’t no cure for the summertime blues.” He should have sung about the “wintertime blahs.” Everyone loves that first snowfall, but by now – not so much. If you live with “real” winters you know what I’m talking about – gray skies, snow covered sidewalks... Continue Reading →

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