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Plexus Puzzles: Fun to Boot

DoraPlexus puzzles always look less like jigsaws and more like someone's photo album was attacked by a wild herd of ravenous scissors, but hey... that's sort of how we like it. Like the others, Fun to Boot features a scene where the pieces are jumbled up and sliced up at odd angles, so putting it together isn't as easy as picking out all the edge and corner pieces. Instead, you click to drag pieces around, and click the edges of each one to rotate them, or click a piece and use [WASD] and the [arrow] keys to rotate instead. When you have two pieces that fit together properly aligned, they'll lock together automatically. It's all about lining up the edges, like a normal jigsaw, only the edges here aren't neat and orderly and are instead all wibbly-wobbly. If you're not going to play all in one sitting, remember to hit "save" in the upper right corner, and the mute button is in the lower left for those of you who prefer your puzzle solving a bit less plinky-plonky.

Although it comes with a lot of pieces, Fun to Boot might actually be a little easier than some of Plexus' previous titles because the scene you're assembling is a lot less chaotic and more structured. That's either a bonus or a bit of a bummer if you prefer the extra challenge from not having a more clearly defined image to construct. Not to say Fun to Boot is going to be easy, and if you're looking for a jigsaw puzzle with colour and quirk, anything by Plexus is always sure to please. It's the perfect way to fill your lunch break with some jigsaw-goodness, without any missing pieces or cats jumping up on the table to break it apart... hey, not every game needs to be realistic.

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Is it just me or

is there a piece missing form the puzzle that goes beside the boy reading in the window? It was filled in after I finished but that space was blank before I placed the last loose piece. Weird.

https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU September 8, 2014 12:37 PM

Nope, there is nothing to the left of the book if that was what you meant.

I kept looking for a piece to fit in there for ages too.


If you ask me...

...that's an awfully tiny house/shoe for a woman with ten kids and two pets. Maybe it extends underground.

Plexus Puzzles September 8, 2014 2:04 PM replied to Rich W

Hi Rich,
The window piece was intentionally left out, otherwise that area of the puzzle would've been too easy. We've put a few of these 'white spaces' in some of the older puzzles too ("Always Room for More, "Shiver me Pieces", etc..) Thanks


Is there any way to retrieve puzzle pieces that "fell' behind the outside frame? I moved several pieces 'out of the way' when I started, and now cannot finish the picture because pieces are missing.

Plexus Puzzles September 8, 2014 3:46 PM replied to jcfclark

Hi Jcfclark,

Sometimes pieces can hide underneath each other, but they should always still be there when the covering pieces are moved. You may want to move all the pieces a bit just to make certain their not bring masked/covered.

Now sometimes you can drag a piece completely off the playing field and you may not be able to recover it. This would be very very rare, and would only happen if a piece is intentionally moved to extreme off screen.

I hope you can locate your pieces! :D


Finally, a new one that doesn't take money so I can play it


Thanks Plexus.. Initially I moved two pieces entirely off the screen just to see if it was possible. Apparently it is. Never thought they'd be unrecoverable. Will remember next time!


I had a couple of instances of intransitivity (where dragging A onto B refuses to work, but dragging B onto A pops right into place):

I had a group going with the mother and several kids when it became obvious the dog needed to go under the right-hand kid's arm. However, no matter how I turned things, the dog refused to go into the spot. In frustration, I grabbed the mother group to try dragging it to a different spot, and sort of accidentally put it on top of the dog... and ta-da.

I forget the other instance; I think it might have had something to do with the roof. In that case, both of the pieces I was trying to join were single pieces that I had not yet joined to anything.

Plexus Puzzles September 9, 2014 12:01 AM replied to Reka

Hi Reka,

As much as we try to avoid these, they do crop up from time to time in the puzzles. Will work on fixing the dog piece and re-check the roof pieces out. Thank you for pointing out


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