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HOW PLAY

To work puzzles on line, you have to install Flash Player.

You can download and install it free on the Adobe website.

The object of the game

- Assemble a picture from separate pieces of the puzzle.

Control.

The game is controlled using the mouse and the space bar. To start dragging a puzzle piece, click on it with the mouse. You can rotate the detached puzzle piece by pressing the space bar. The working area can be moved by holding down the left mouse button. You can also zoom. Using the mouse wheel you can scroll through the "pocket", zoom the working area and the picture help.

What to do

At game start, all pieces are at the top of the playing space, separated from the working area. Such a space, usually intended for temporary storage of puzzle pieces, is called a "pocket". Scroll horizontally to find the pieces you need in the "pocket". You can drag the pieces out of the "pocket" to the working area and back. To drag a piece, click on it with the mouse, move it to the place you want and click again. When the piece is detached, you can rotate it by pressing the space bar. To assemble the puzzle, you need to place pieces that you think go together right next to each other and rotate them correctly. If the pieces really do go together, they will join automatically and will move as a unit from then on.

Rating

For every assembled picture, the player earns points that are added to his/her rating. The more pieces in the puzzle, the more points scored.

Saving

The gaming situation is automatically saved, so you can continue assembling the puzzle you started any time you want. If you are registered on the website, you can save an unlimited number of puzzles you have started. They will all be accessible to continue from any computer connected to the Internet. Saving occurs after every 10th successful move, i.e. every move resulting in one or more pieces "sticking together". The game has an option for saving started puzzles yourself. To do this, you have to press the "Save" button located on the top panel. You may not use the "Save" button more than once every 5 minutes. Each time a puzzle is saved, an informational window appears confirming the save or reporting an error. If you are not registered, you can only save the one puzzle you are currently working. In addition, this puzzle is saved on the user's computer, not on the server. So, for example, you cannot continue working on a puzzle at home that you started at work.

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COMMENTS
Jean:: The last two puzzles I didn't get any scores. Please check your program!

Bostonbabe53:: HaHa! I knew you'd like this update - being so competitive. Being automatic has been a real blessing for me as I frequently lose power, and all my work pulling and organizing the pieces. That momentary shading would catch me off-guard in a different background, so I'd find something in a different area that I was looking for earlier. And there are 5 or 6 backgrounds I switch between constantly. I just wish people would look 'underneath' the puzzle before quitting it. The two or three connected pieces are usually there...if the 'retrieve single pieces' button doesn't find them.

QuantumNuke:: I don't. I've been waiting for this update. And just change the background? Maybe that will help.

Bostonbabe53:: Yes, Morri, it's wonderful! Though, I do miss that momentary shading during which I can usually find a few off-color pieces I've been searching for. I will miss that feature for sure.

Morri:: Got to say, I love the new save format, thank you :)

SheShe:: I just love this site, I get great pleasure from completing each puzzle.

QuantumNuke:: In the absolute possible least, 3 minutes was spent autosaving. I with it was optional.

QuantumNuke:: Jesus. Those leaves added 2 hours or so to the time.

DannieB53:: :( it didn't work...

DannieB53:: \(._.) ) (> OH YEAH!!! \ \

QuantumNuke:: Did you press the button that retrieves singular pieces? In case one got hidden underneath.

SheShe:: I COULD NOT FINISH THIS PUZZLE AS A PIECE WAS MISSING

QuantumNuke:: It legitimately would've been just under 3 hours by like, 3 minutes if it weren't for those goddamned automatic saves.

QuantumNuke:: You don't?

Jon Katz:: How can you turn off rotation?

Danny:: HELLO PEOPLE OF PLANET EARTH... LOL

Morri:: I know but thank you anyway :)

Danny:: OHH there are two people named Danny. That's not me who said that

Danny:: I haven't posted anything Morri

Morri:: Danny please remove some of th O's from your post, it's messed up my screen....