Create your own swan sculpture with the Crystal Swan 3D Jigsaw Puzzle! Clearly Puzzled 3D Puzzle with 45 pieces, tease your brain and delight your eyes; Great Fun for the whole family. Also 3D Jigsaw Toy is a beautiful decoration once finished. Tease your brain and delight your eyes with these fun 3 dimensional Crystal Jigsaw Puzzle. Play with fun, learning through games progress. This multifunction Swan 3D Jigsaw Puzzle provides an engaging way to challenge children's problem-solving skills. The finished Swan 3D Jigsaw Puzzle is delicate household decoration as well as an artwork and collection, and therefore enjoys popularity among families, kids, corporations and tourists. These puzzles are harder than they seem!
Other Thoughts:This toy is pretty fun overall. My nephew loves it but I am disappointed that it does not come with a real carrying case. The packaging looks like it, but once you open the package the "case" is trash and you are left with loose tools.
Other Thoughts:this thing is a great thing to do when your board. it is great for all ages AND IM A TEENAGER. ive seen a six year old play with in and love it. it is the perfect toy for all ages. not to mention the educational value its a great toy overall.
Other Thoughts:I bought this puzzle and several other 'crystal' puzzles for my niece, age 9, and myself. My niece loves them as much as I do. So far, my niece has put together the yellow pyramid, blue diamond, green apple, and red heart. The 3D puzzles are different from 'flat' puzzles, but rely on the same thinking process of Shape Recognition. 3D puzzles require some amount of symmetry in the puzzle pieces to make the 3D shapes. Once you get the pieces on one side, you can easily figure out the other side. My lower rating on durability is due to the difficulty in taking the puzzles apart once they've been put together. Once they're together though, the puzzles are very pretty and you might not want to take them apart!
Other Thoughts:My daughter bought one of these at a brick and mortar store - she had a hard time starting it, but then we were able to find "edges" that helped us figure out which pieces might be next. The finished puzzle has a contoured, hollow inside. You can use that contour, along with the indentation around the stem and the smaller indentation in the base to group pieces into likely "neighbors."