Always Room For More


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Always Room For More

DoraAlways Room For More is a pretty apt name when it comes to Plexus puzzle games, don't you think? This latest is another circus themed, clowns to be specific (Sorry, Sam.), and plays the same as all the others. Just click and drag pieces around the screen to fit them together, and use the [arrow] keys to rotate the last piece you clicked on. As you may have noticed, if you're new to Plexus, this ain't your grandma's jigsaw, and assembling this scene requires paying attention more to outlines and basic shapes than trying to form any coherent scene. Always Room For More isn't quite as chaotic as some of the others Plexus has done, mostly because you're working with what feels like fewer characters, but the abundance of little pieces you'll need to combine to make a complete picture still makes this one challenging. Perfect for kids or anyone just looking for a tricky casual break, Always Room For More is a solid little addition to Plexus' stable of puzzles.

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SonicLover December 20, 2013 4:48 AM

These games have some rather catchy music.

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Phenom or something January 23, 2014 8:33 AM

There's a gap next to the right wheel, it makes the puzzle unfair.

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Hi Phenom,

the gap is intentionally inserted to make the puzzle more challenging ;)

Thanks for playing!
Plexus Puzzles

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The arrow keys don't work to rotate pieces for me, I end up having to use A + D

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