jmg1234 | Added on: March 13, 2012
It gets extremely hard. I even wonder if some of the levels are impossable. There are no hints either. The puzzles would have only like 50 peices, yet they were harder than traditional jigsaw puzzles that have several hundred peices. You inlay them, but the catch is you have to figure out mathamatically where they go. Unlike jigsaw where you know that you've placed a peice in the right place right when you put it in. If your really good at figuring things out many moves in advance than give this a try, but if your weak in that area, then you might get very frustrated.
Crazy4games | Added on: February 22, 2010
The object of this game is to fit the colored pieces into the colored inlay. There are a total 60 levels in four difficulty levels. Some pieces will fit into a combination of colored areas and some only will fit into one color. I found that the easiest way to solve the puzzles was to count how many "singles" there were in each color and to adjust the larger pieces until i had the correct number of single slots left. When you have positioned the large pieces correctly a box will pop up that will automatically fit in the single pieces to complete the puzzle for you. If you liked Puzzle Inlay or Magic Inlay you will like this game, too.
sherimarie | Added on: March 13, 2012
The graphics were dull, the music is midi and there is no thought involved. I thought it entirely boring. More and brighter colors, a more exciting background, catchy music and much more of a challenge and you'd have a winner. I tried it as the free game of the day. I would not pay for it as it is, but with some changes i think it would be good.
infinity | Added on: September 28, 2012
A mosaic game that can be surprisingly difficult. There are multiple ways to place individual pieces, but only one way that they will all fit together. The mosaic tiles are not attractive and have odd graphics on them. I only played 3 puzzles and decided why waste any more time.