When it comes to puzzles the most difficult ones are, for some people, jigsaw puzzles. The Jigsaw World puzzle app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone gives you a chance to enjoy these challenging puzzles no matter where you are.
In total the app features 300 challenging puzzles. What's great is that the app will automatically save your spot as you're playing so you never have to worry about losing your progress.
Each of the puzzles contains approximately 80 pieces and you can change up your difficulty level by playing with or without a guided image. You can also auto arrange the pieces. The app will also record your fastest play time so you can try to out-do yourself each time.
As mentioned you are given some puzzles to start with and from there you can purchase additional ones for $2.99 to $6.99 for the full collection.
No Shortage of Challenges
I love that the Jigsaw World app offers such a huge selection of challenges. For me the 10 free puzzles certainly aren’t enough so it’s a given you’ll want to purchase more.
I also like that unlike a real jigsaw puzzle you can pick up and play whenever you like without having to find a place to keep the mess while you solve the puzzle.
I will say that solving puzzles is not my strong suit, and certainly not jigsaw puzzles, so this one was extra challenging for me. Even with the image guide I would still need an awful lot of time to solve just one. In other words you don’t have to worry about these being too simple.
The controls are intuitive and responsive so you can flick pieces around the board with ease and rearrange pieces as you like.
This app has regular updates to improve the performance and overall stability.
You are given a handful of puzzles to play for free
The pieces can be moved around with ease
Your game progress is automatically saved
The puzzles can add up in cost, you’re best to purchase the full version
The game board feels a bit busy and cluttered
The Jigsaw World app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone is perfect for those who love puzzles as this one is so fun to play and offers you plenty of challenge. I wish the game board was a little less busy feeling but that’s really nit-picking.