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Publisher: Heye (Germany), published 2001 Title:  “Spaghetti Della Mama”, Artist: Marino Degano, 1500 pieces OUR RATING: 9/10   Another Heye tackled. Lots of fun! Box Quality: I'm a fan of the Heye triangular boxes. If you have a number of Heye puzzles, they store easily and attractively by placing them "end out" on a shelf, using... CONTINUE READING

LOUP WEEK: This week at Jigsaw Junkies we’re featuring one of my favorite puzzle artists, Jean-Jacques Loup  He made puzzle images for Heye from the 1970’s up until his recent death in 2015. Loup has published at least 59 unique puzzles and many have been reissued in whole or in a smaller subset of the original image. Our reviews this week... CONTINUE READING

Welcome to a new post of new puzzles! Let's take a look at what's hit the market since my last new puzzle roundup in May.... For your Edification - A Tip on Saving Shipping Costs: I used to never order a single puzzle because the shipping cost for just one can be nearly as much as... CONTINUE READING

JIGSAW JUNKIE JOINS THE PUZZLE WAREHOUSE FAMILY By Jane Holmes Jigsaw Junkie is gearing up for a big change and a new challenge starting May 2016.  This humble puzzle blog is going pro! Jigsaw Junkie has joined forces with Puzzle Warehouse to become bigger and better than before. Puzzle Warehouse is the largest puzzle distributor in... CONTINUE READING

Hello, Puzzle Fans! I hope today's blog post finds you happy and healthy. My family had a pretty spectacular Christmas. We had each other, good food, and of course, puzzles. My husband gifted me many, many puzzles that I carefully curated for him to buy for me. I made sure to act appropriately surprised and... CONTINUE READING

I'm very excited to continue our "Puzzle Maker Interviews" with Kate Armitage who works for one of my favorite puzzle brands, Gibsons of the UK. I hope my readers enjoy learning more about puzzle companies as much as I do. Above: Kate Armitage of Gibsons Puzzles JJ:  Hello! Can you please introduce yourself? I’m Kate... CONTINUE READING

"Castle of Horror" is an absolute masterpiece of a puzzle. The art by Jean-Jacques Loup is outstanding. Dozens of scary movie tropes are included in this image in a humorous way, from Frankenstein to ghosts, witches, and vampires. This is a moderately difficult puzzle, mostly due to its size, so prepare to buckle in and enjoy a long puzzling experience. There are dozens of funny scenarios going on around the puzzle, which you'll discover as you assemble it. The Heye quality is good with a gorgeous triangular box, large poster, thick and sturdy pieces, and excellent image reproduction. This is a grid-cut puzzle with a good variety of piece shapes. This puzzle was originally produced in 2003 and was out of print for a number of years. Don't miss a chance to get this classic while it's back in print. Highly recommended.. CONTINUE READING

Dog themed puzzles week: This week we're featuring puzzles that include man's best friend! We reviewed Falcon's "Puppies and Kittens" by Steve Read (review here) and "Dogs on a Bench" by Interlitho Licensing (review here). Now it's time for our top picks of the dog puzzles available at Puzzle Warehouse.   See all dog themed puzzles at Puzzle... CONTINUE READING

Puzzle Warehouse is having a terrific sale on Buffalo Games puzzles until Jun 30th, 2016, so this week's feature is focused on the Buffalo Games history and their various product lines and with my top pics for each one. BUFFALO GAMES WEEK: From June 15-June 30, 2016, Puzzle Warehouse is holding a special promotion with... CONTINUE READING

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