Jigsaw Boom 2
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Jigsaw Boom 2 

Play Jigsaw Boom 2 Deluxe, an incredible puzzle challenge, and piece together hundreds of images from around the world. Score as many points as possible by creating images of landscapes, art, animals, people, and many more. The faster you are, the more points you'll get. Enjoy the many options and puzzles of Jigsaw Boom 2 Deluxe today!

  • discover a treasure chest of incredible jigsaw puzzles
  • select your category and choose your difficulty level by changing the amount of puzzle pieces
  • turn on rotating pieces to give yourself an extra challenge
  • score as many points as you can and win beautiful trophies
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Reviews of Jigsaw Boom 2
 | Added on: January 10, 2013
 
There are a lot of good things about this puzzle game, such as the box in which to put spare pieces. But if you want to work the puzzles at a more difficult level, this means smaller pieces. And the pieces are so small that I had a great deal of difficulty determining where they might fit. The graphics just weren't good enough for the smaller pieces to be recognizable. But if you enjoy the puzzles with less pieces, then this is a nice little game.
 | Added on: January 5, 2013
 
There are many good things about this game: excellent graphics, nice animations, options like sorting by border or color, the ability to choose the number of puzzle pieces, an option to work on top of the image or a ghost of the image, hints if you get stuck, and a box to store puzzle pieces until needed. So what's not to like? There are no instructions or Help if you are new to computer jigsaws, or just have a question. There are multiple puzzles of the same image (for example 4 slightly different pictures of a gorilla). The "selected" puzzle is hard to identify (look for a slight shadow behind it). But the biggest issue is that there is no way to import pictures that I could tell (again, no Help menu). So you're stuck with just the ones that come with the game, which, I'm sorry to say, tend toward the boring and unattractive. No matter how nice the game design is, with jigsaws, it still comes down to interesting pictures to work on.
 | Added on: January 7, 2013
 
The puzzles Would be nicer if the could be bigger and it would be nicer if the finished puzzle would allow time to enjoy it. my hat is off to the photographer. "Great Work"
 | Added on: January 10, 2013
 
I love doing jigsaws, and as computer-based ones are so much less messy than the real thing, they are pretty much a win from the start. There are a number of different online jigsaw sites around, of varying quality and with varying features, mostly for free. However, there's something attractive about having a downloaded jigsaw library/game. There aren't very many downloadable jigsaw games, only one other than Jigsaw Boom on Gamehouse, and whilst the other brand has a large number of expansions and almost limitless pictures, the features are pretty poor. Jigsaw Boom has rather more features - ability to change number and shape of pieces, piece rotation on or off, hints, ghost image, edge pieces only, and others. However, it lacks the variety of images, and those included are not the best quality, all rather same-y and don't seem very well selected for the task - jigsaws are best with high contrast images imo. Whilst it's possible to increase the number of pieces for any image, this makes them far too small to be sensible on far too many occasions. However, my biggest complaint is that, compared to the online jigsaws available, these downloadable games are seriously lacking in the features that are possible and that make jigsaws fun for those that want a bit of a challenge. Please someone, gather together all these features and make a decent downloadable jigsaw game!
 | Added on: January 14, 2013
 
This game has a good number of pictures and options to choose difficulty levels (#pieces, rotation) for each. It offers support features like selection of edges, sorting according to color, hints (highlights two adjoining pieces), and a convenient tray to get pieces off a cluttered game board. There is a scoreboard listing number of pieces and time, but unfortunately not whether that result was achieved with or without rotation. Also, the order of puzzles on the scoreboard is chronological; it would be nicer to provide the results (separately for with/without rotation) clickable at the puzzle in question. The versions with many pieces are rather tedious, as the pieces get quite small (maybe better limit the max. number?) and the edges blur (improve the resolution a/o get rid of the distracting shadow effect). In one puzzle, several edge pieces were missing (their location could be revealed with the hint function, which produced a glitter where they should have been, and I was able to move and blind-rotate them into place and finish the puzzle -- actually a funny extra difficulty, but probably not intended).
 | Added on: January 11, 2013
 
This is absolutely the worse game I have seen in years.
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