iPad Puzzoodle - Jigsaw Game

Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Kilgore, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. Kilgore

    Kilgore New Member

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    Puzzoodle is a new game out by Fulltilt Interactive.

    From their site:

    Puzzoodle brings the full jigsaw experience to your iPhone
    or iPod Touch. Just like the real thing, you work on smaller sections of the puzzle to build up the huge, highly detailed image.

    Work at your own pace. There are no timers or scores, and your work is saved on each Puzzoodle as you go.

    * Huge puzzles with hundreds of pieces
    * Each piece rotates with just a double-tap
    * Your work on each Puzzoodle is automatically saved
    * Quick hint images to help you every step of the way
    * Stuck? Use the animated “solve” feature
    * 3 great high resolution Puzzoodles included
    * Create your own Puzzoodles from your photos
    * Listen to your own music while playing
    * Unlimited hours of puzzle-building enjoyment

    http://www.puzzoodle.com

    And they have a video on YouTube

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiDY8aVQFqw
     
  2. Kilgore

    Kilgore New Member

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    Puzzoodle Jigsaw Price Drop

    Puzzoodle Jigsaw dropped their price to $2.99 for the rest of October.
     
  3. mek

    mek Well-Known Member

    where is dudghuge when you need him....


    Puzzoodle looks interesting, anyone experienced it or reviewed it yet?

    how could you get more high res, large maps?

    and do the pieces click into place?
     
  4. dudehuge

    dudehuge Well-Known Member

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    #4 dudehuge, Oct 14, 2008
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2008
    *Sigh* The community here don't sneer at devs that advertise their apps, you don't need to use like, "OMG AWESOME APP LIKE I JUST FOUND IT ON THE GOOGLE" or have a perfectly formatted "casual" post from a regular innocent can't hurt a fly forum user.

    There you go mek :). Man I'm sleepy or work is just really boring today, then again it's maybe old age :)
     
  5. joehunt

    joehunt Well-Known Member

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    #5 joehunt, Oct 14, 2008
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2008
    I bought this and really like it. The pieces do click into place. The main board has 20 puzzle "pieces" and each of these pieces has 20 jigsaw shapes (which are almost real size), so in effect the puzzles are 400 piece jigsaws. I like being able to use my own photos and have had great fun making jigsaws from some awesome art I found on the web.
     

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