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Plexus: Set the Stage

elleIn the mood for more jigsaw puzzle action? The show's in town and if you want to go, you first need to Set the Stage here in Plexus' second entry in its circus series. How do you play? Just as they say, it's "Easy!" Point and click to select and move a piece around the board, using the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to rotate it, until you can snap it into place with its match. Continue on this way, matching up pieces until the picture is complete. But while the interface is intuitive and easy enough, actually rummaging through the uniquely-shaped cutouts and distinguishing how each piece relates to the others takes some concentration and sharp eyes. That's where the fun comes in and, along with Plexus' whimsical characters, it provides the extra twist needed to keep all eyes on stage.

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Plexus: Set the Stage Puzzle Solution

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LightWarriorK November 14, 2013 4:20 PM

Either I'm getting used to these things, or that one was really easy.

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Took all of 5 minutes to complete it, it did seem a lot easier than the others.

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They're definitely getting easier. They've gotten easier since their iOS app came out. Maybe they make the puzzles you have to buy more difficult. (I would hope they do.)

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Easier and buggier. I had some pieces that went together not snapping together, and then at another point I had two big sections snap together without an interlocking piece - of course, the defined gap made it even easier to discover which piece(s) were necessary to link the two sections together.

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vulpisfoxfire November 15, 2013 12:41 PM

Was fairly easy for me as well. Though to be honest, I'm *not* complaining about this too much--the older games are just plain *frustrating* this way, with little bits only a few pixels wide, and one I seem to recall that actually had a white piece in it (on a white background...ergh!). OTOH, I do hope they keep making the harder ones as well for the people who enjoy taking multiple hours to solve them (there's reason for the Save feature, after all..).

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Thanks for the feedback. Rest assured, some of the future releases will be more challenging [without hopefully be pixel-bit frustrating! :)

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