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Plexus: Rebuild the Earth


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Plexus: Rebuild the Earth

HopefulNebulaAdmit it: you know you wanted to solve a jigsaw today. Well, the team at Plexus Puzzles has granted your wish, and the results are as adorable as ever with Plexus: Rebuild the Earth. Click on a piece to select it, drag to move it, and use the [arrow] keys or [WASD] to rotate the selected piece or move it up or down. Created in celebration of Earth Day, Rebuild the Earth is more of the same combination of stunning artwork and challenging pieces we've come to love from Plexus. The artwork is the same chalky style we encountered in Plexus: Together Till the End, which suits the final drawing quite well. Go! Play! Rebuild!

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Rebuild the Earth Completed Puzzle

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LeonardBanks April 17, 2013 10:19 AM

Anyone else like me? I see a Plexus and I cringe. But I have to do it.

When this one loaded I was like WAH????

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Plexus puzzles need a "Grandma Mode", where you play with a simulated Grandma who keeps losing pieces, asking where her glasses are, and tells you embarrassing stories about when you were a baby. Then it would be a perfect recreation of the only proper way to assemble a jigsaw puzzle... with a grandparent.

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Rebuild the Earth Completed Puzzle

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Surprisingly easy for a Plexus Puzzle.

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This one was pretty easy on account of the picture actually stretching from piece to piece, rather than just trying to match a bunch of shapes with no relation to each other besides the theme.

It was short and cute and fun, though. I was a little disappointed that the music doesn't loop, though.

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