Plexus: Come Solve the Show


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Plexus: Come Solve the Show

elleHear that? The circus barker is calling to you: "Come Solve the Show!" See the rollicking clowns, the silly monkey and the prancing show horse—once you find and fit together the multitudes of uniquely-shaped pieces to complete the scene in this playful jigsaw puzzle from the wonderful imagination of Plexus. Click on and drag pieces to move them around, fitting them in place by using the [arrow] keys to rotate left or right. The first in a series of circus-themed puzzles, this is a wee bit easier (taking about 15-20 minutes to solve) than some other Plexus designs, yet it's not without its tricks. At first, switching between the mouse and keyboard may feel a bit clunky, but it's soon second-nature as you're caught up in the enjoyment of watching the picture unfold. No ticket needed, just come on in and grab a seat for some fun!

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Come Solve the Show: Puzzle Solution

Screenshot: Completed Puzzle

7 Comments

Cyberjar88 September 3, 2013 9:46 AM

The music certainly gets annoying rather quick.

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Just a bit too easy in comparison to some of the previous ones.

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https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawnrLT_DgOiK7Leoj0eRHY69GNEFT33XtTU September 3, 2013 3:31 PM

That last small white bit that appeared to fit nowhere had me stumped for a bit.

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I'm partway through solving, but the pieces have stopped attaching to each other!

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Oh, I get it, I guess the pieces only connect if they're in the right orientation.

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