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Wasgij? Country Road
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Like a real jigsaw puzzle challenge and one that's really different? Hold onto your head because these puzzles will make it spin! WASGIJ is, not coincidentally, JIGSAW spelled backwards. The puzzle on the box isn't the puzzle you'll be making. Instead, the picture you create is from the point of view of some of the characters on the cover.
Put the puzzles together and you'll find out why!
Average Rating: 5 in 2 reviews
Wasgij? (or Elzzup?) must be one of the best and most hilarious puzzles I've ever made. (Others are the puzzles designed by Jan van Haasteren.) In the Netherlands you can buy four different images and I'm eagerly awaiting the next, because they're so brilliant. A must for puzzlefreaks and -addicts!
I'm not much of a puzzler, but the concept of Wasgij? really piqued my interest. Basically, the puzzle you are putting together is from the point of view from the main character on the box, so you're not sure what they're seeing, which adds a bit of fun, mystery, and challenge to the puzzle.
It's pretty addicting, as I went to bed around 10PM after working on it all night with my girlfriend. I awoke at 1am to find her still furiously working away at it. Be careful--if you happen to be a bit obssessive-compulsive, you'll have to finish it that night, that's for sure.
The finished puzzle is humourous and worth the time invested. Recommended if you like puzzles or a refreshing break from gameplay.
TAHW is scaring the residents of the sleepy village? YHW is the groom terrified? To find out what the fuss is about, you'll have to complete the jigsaws, but not by following the pictures on the box! You must imagine what each scene looks like from a different perspective, with only a silhouette of the final picture to guide you. We'll be looking everywhere for more, Pressman!