Jigsaw Puzzles

I went hunting a bit in our archives for a couple of puzzles and came across the Gold Leaf jigsaw tile puzzle in Treasure in the Royal Tower. I do adore these types of puzzles in the games! I grew up solving puzzles on my own table, and I think it is a ton of fun putting something together that makes a greater picture.

In Stay Tuned for Danger there was a letter, torn up and scattered in a jewelry box. In order to read it, we have to rotate the pieces right-side up, then connect them together. I love piecing such clues together!

These jigsaw puzzles are old classics. Perhaps I’m a little nerdy, or nostalgic, but I always get excited to solve them.


-Little Jackalope

10 responses to “Jigsaw Puzzles”

  1. Karesha2 says:

    I can say they are a little fun

  2. Angela says:

    These are really fun, and of course, classics.

  3. Nancy fan says:

    me too……… man, this must be an awesome job to have!

  4. Trey says:

    Hello LJ!!!
    Hum…. I wonder, maybe this post has something to do with SEA?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      It secretly was… I think I was playing a jigsaw-ish type of puzzle game in SEA that day…but of course couldn’t show it just yet. 😉 So I talked about other games where these existed.

  5. Katie says:

    I like them, too. Puzzles are great and are one of my favorite aspects of the games. This type of puzzle, while usually not too challenging, is still fun to solve.

  6. Katie (BadWolf10) says:

    I would love more jig-saw puzzles! Those are some of my favorites. It’s the kind of puzzle that anyone can solve and have loads of fun while doing.

  7. Katie (BadWolf10) says:

    I would love more jig-saw puzzles! They are one of my favorite kinds to solve! They are good for everyone to do because anyone can complete them and have loads of fun while doing it!

  8. Crazy ND fan says:

    LJ, What is your favorite puzzle in the Nancy Drew games?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Ooo good question! I’m weird, I can’t decide between logic puzzles, timed puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, or slider puzzles. It’s all too close a call for me. 😉

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