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Puzzles these days a little too easy for you? Don't have enough of a headache when you're finished with one? Longing for something with pieces that look like they lost a fight with a pair of rampaging scissors? Not anymore! Plexus and SmartKit present three puzzles designed to challenge your eye. Rotate the pieces to make them fit and try to think outside the box as you solve these three different themes.

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kuzichan July 14, 2009 7:05 PM

For the Medieval version:

Medieval screenshot

dahuuuuuudge July 14, 2009 7:05 PM

I just did summertime the other day, and it took me forever!

Brandon July 14, 2009 7:11 PM

So the first two pieces I fit together were the centurion pointing his sword at the knight's...codpiece.

You can't unremember that.


I -love- these puzzles. I wish there were weekly editions or something.

JC Lisbon July 14, 2009 7:22 PM

These are wonderful, but I have found one flaw. It's technically possible to move a piece all the way to the edge of the playing field and then rotate it out of existence. I can't imagine this would happen unless you're trying to do so, but still, it could totally ruin the game if it does happen. Otherwise, these get two oversized thumbs up from me.


Yay! Want more! :-)


Yes! I solved Medieval without any help! AWESOMESAUCE! Now to try the next one...


Huh. I guess this kind of puzzle gets easier the more you do them. The Athletic one only took me about ten minutes.

OrigamiMarie July 14, 2009 10:56 PM

There is one other glitch. If you are not assembling it in exactly the right orientation, some of the pieces won't click together (even if they are lined up with each other). Cute game though.


This one proves to be much harder than it seems. Fun, tohugh, as mentioned above me, I have a suspicion that i found two matching piesces but they just don't want to stick together...


Of, almost forgot: spent the first five minutes trying to rotate all the pieces to "normal" orientation, the guys facing upwards - they had t realize it was time wasted :)))

Patreon Crew SonicLover July 15, 2009 7:08 AM

Beat Medieval and Athletics with no outside help. Would've done the same for Summertime if not for the proper-orientation glitch.

Catt312 July 15, 2009 7:13 AM

Beat all, no help, not too long.
A fun diversion.
And also still a bit of a challenge if you go back a little while later. :)

Rinson Drei July 15, 2009 11:26 AM

It's fun to see these as Flash games. We have a small, 40-year-old box with four of these, including the Athletics. My daughter has spent hours on the floor with them. Now she'll spend hours on the computer!


These are great. I already did Summertime before and enjoyed the two additional puzzles as well. Athletics came really easy to me for some reason. Thanks!

Kathyhoops July 15, 2009 2:38 PM

I am not entirely sure what a banana-eating gorrila has to do with medieval times, maybe they had a bit of space left that would only fit "jungle" leftovers, including a parrot.

wardrich July 15, 2009 2:39 PM

This last puzzle is taking me forever (mainly b/c the last screenshot won't load). I've been working on it for almost an hour... but I've got it almost done. I'll post up a screener of the answer when I've got it done.

wardrich July 15, 2009 2:57 PM

As promised - Summertime Solution:



Got 'em all on my own!


just spent about an hour on medieval before i realized you could rotate lol


"just spent about an hour on medieval before i realized you could rotate lol" - JIGuest

Me too. Facepalms ensued.

Medieval was quite tough, as

The puzzle was actually two small rectangles that linked together.


The link appears to be broken...

[Fixed. Thanks for the note. -Jay]


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