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Plexus: You Complete Me


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elleelle_youcompleteme_image2.pngTake a jumbled assortment of brightly colored drawings and fit them together in the only way they can go, using arrows to rotate pieces then, with a click, drag each individual image to its perfect position to create one unified picture. What does it all add up to? A jigsaw puzzle of gorgeous proportions, sized just right for a morning coffee break, afternoon rest, or late night manifesto on the meaning of games. You Complete Me has a solid interface with pieces adhering together when placed correctly, is both complex yet simple to play, and exudes charm from every angle. It's really fun and.... Stop. You had me at "Plexus."

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oh I love these puzzles!... but I'm no good at them at all, usually have to rely on hints/solutions by others. Will go ahead and try this one anyway :D

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baileydonk February 9, 2012 11:31 AM

I love these. Not sure what a flamingo and a skunk have to do with Valentine's Day...

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Another one done with no help! This one wasn't as bad as some of the past ones, but I am still happy that I actually managed to do it by myself ;P

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Great puzzle! This may be one of my favorite Plexus puzzles. I love the little details in the finished puzzle that I didn't botice while assembling it, like

how the boy Cupid and girl cherub seem to have an interaction going, the two dogs are nose to nose, the two cats fit together, things like that.

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SpinelessCoward February 10, 2012 3:39 PM

I love these puzzles! But it always ends up being the same for me:
Step 1 - Start up with high hopes of clearing the puzzle relying on observation.
Step 2 - Fail at making anything connect, look stumped as you examine every piece for that-one-edge-you're-pretty-sure-should-stand-out-but-that-you-can't-find.
Step 3 - Start bruteforcing through the game, rotating every piece against every other piece until you see something connect.
Step 4 - Apply palm of the hand to the face as you finally find that-one-edge's adjacent piece, wondering, seriously, how could I have missed that?
Step 5 - Be amazed at how good the puzzle look, while staying slightly frustrated you had to rely on step 3 to clear the game.

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Am I the only one that was trying to fit that long shrubbery in between the guy's legs for the longest time? :|

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