Like Jigsaw Puzzles? Play on your iPad or iPhone.
Create custom puzzles using your own photos.
1. Touch the puzzle button to select an image from your photo library, take a new photo with your camera, or select history to choose a saved puzzle.
2. Touch the shuffle button to scramble the resulting puzzle.
3. Browse puzzle pieces by swiping on the sorting tray.
4. Move a piece by holding it with your index finger and dragging it.
5. Rotate a piece clockwise if necessary by double-tapping.A piece can also be rotated by using two fingers: hold the piece down with one figure and rotate it by swiping with another finger.
1. No two pieces are identical.
2. If you think a piece is missing, or you can't locate the sorting tray, try scrolling by swiping your finger on the screen. If the missing piece is hidden under a big piece, move the big piece into the sorting tray to expose it.
3. A piece will snap in place when it's in the right position relative to a matching piece.
4. You can drag the sorting tray by placing your finger on its move icon or anywhere on its menu bar. Its border will turn white indicating that you can start moving it.
5. You can rotate the sorting tray clockwise or counter clockwise by touching the corresponding rotate button.
6. You can place a piece in the sorting tray by dragging it into the tray. If a piece is stuck in the tray because it's too big, you can disable tray input by touching the input/output button on the tray's menu bar (the default can be changed using the settings menu).
7. When you remove a piece from the tray, drag it until the tray disappears. You can then place it anywhere on the screen without it going back into the tray (tray auto-hiding must be on).
8. You can hide the the sorting tray at any time by pressing the tray button on the toolbar.
9. You can see a thumbnail view of the completed puzzle by pressing the picture frame button. You can move the thumbnail by dragging it. Its border will turn white indicating that it's ready to move.
Starting with version 1.2, you can have multiple active puzzles. To access saved puzzles, touch the puzzle button and select "History". This will open the history browser.The number of puzzles to keep is determined by the "History" setting (See Settings below).
Puzzles are sorted according to their access time. Most recently played puzzles are on top. When the number of "Puzzles to keep" is reached, least recently played puzzles are automatically removed unless they are protected. If the "Puzzles to keep" setting is reduced, excess puzzles are automatically deleted.
To manually delete a puzzle, swipe your finger across the desired row and touch the delete button. The active puzzle cannot be deleted.
Another way to delete puzzles is to touch the "Edit" button. Touching the delete icon will reveal the delete button.
To protect puzzles from automatic deletion, go into edit mode and touch the recycle icon . The icon will turn into a lock icon . This can be reversed to enable puzzle recycling.
Another way to protect puzzles from automatic deletion is to set the "Puzzles to keep" setting to "unlimited" (default).
To resume playing a saved puzzle from where you left off, select the desired puzzle and touch the "Resume" button. To start fresh, touch the "Restart" button.
You can change the maximum number of pieces in the puzzle by dragging the slider. The actual number may be smaller and depends on the aspect ration of the image you load.This change will take effect when a new puzzle is loaded.
You can turn the sound off to play when you're in a meeting. This change takes effect immediately.
When a puzzle is scrambled, the pieces animate into the sorting tray. This can take a long time for a large puzzle. You can turn off the animation at any time. This change takes effect immediately.
Turning off rotations makes the game easier to play. When the puzzle is scrambled, all the pieces will stay upright. This change takes effect when a new puzzle is loaded.
On a small screen, it's easier to rotate a piece by tapping it twice. If you turn this off, the only way to rotate a piece is by using two fingers. Hold the piece with one finger while swiping with another. This setting is enabled only if Piece Rotation is also enabled. This change takes effect immediately.
Zooming makes it easier to work on a puzzle with small pieces, especially on a small screen. This change takes effect immediately.
When a piece is removed from the sorting tray, it will automatically disappear when the piece is moved far enough from it. This allows you to easily place a piece under the tray where it would otherwise go back in. This change takes effect immediately.
When input is disabled, you can only take pieces out of the tray. Even when this option is disabled, you can still turn tray input on by tapping the tray input/output button . This setting only affects the i/o status of the tray when a new game is started.
You have four different backgrounds to select from.
Set "Puzzles to keep" to the desired number. This allows multiple games to be active at the same time. You can switch between games at will and continue playing where you left off. You can also keep track of winners and their best time.
If your device has a camera, you can choose to automatically save photos you take with this app to your camera roll. If this option is off, the photo will be lost when you start a new puzzle.