This large format jigsaw puzzle features a photograph by Brian Lawrence of Big Ben in London, England. The puzzle contains 300 pieces and measures 21.25 by 15 inches. Large format puzzles feature over-sized pieces that are easier to handle than regular puzzles, making them easier for children.
For more than 40 years Charles Wysocki enjoyed his love affair with life and Americana, and through his imaginative and colorful artwork touched the hearts of millions worldwide."Chuck" felt a special kinship with puzzlers, who share in the creative process by building his paintings one piece at a time. This 1000 piece puzzle has a finished size of 26 3/4 x 19 3/4". Puzzle includes an 18 x 11 3/4" BONUS POSTER of the image. These puzzles are made here in the USA with 100% recycled paperboard at their factory in Buffalo NY.
A lively mix of party game fun and trivia challenge. It’s the game about putting famous and fun events into a timeline – though players don’t need to know any specific dates. Think mayonnaise was invented after the telephone - But was it before or after Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address? Was Seinfeld’s series finale before or after Dolly the sheep was cloned? Guess right about where the event falls and the timeline grows, but a bigger timeline means it’s tougher to correctly place the next event. It’s a simple premise that’s deviously challenging. The first player to create a timeline of 10 event cards wins, and with more than 850 events and facts, the combinations are endless. Launch date: June 30, 2012.
Phone Frenzy is a board game that uses everyone’s mobile phone as the primary game component for calling, texting, and sending photos. Every turn, players are given a challenge or activity that can only be completed with the help of one or more of their phone contacts. A challenge might be a race to receive a correct response to “Finish this lyric by Journey: ‘Just a small town girl’…” Players pick who they think are the right contacts from their phone and send them a text message with the question. The first player to receive the correct text message wins the round. Launch date: Summer 2011.
This puzzle features art by American caricaturist and illustrator C.F. Payne, best known for his "Our America" series featured on back covers of "Reader's Digest." It includes 500 pieces and is the first in a series of four.
In Gotcha! players race to hit the buzzer whenever they see someone breaking a rule – all the while making sure they are following the rules themselves! The more rules that are played, the funnier the game gets, for a mix of laughter and mayhem. Group Rules are displayed for all players to follow, while some players will also have Individual Rules in play. All eyes are on deck as each player tries to catch the others breaking a rule without compromising their own rules, which can send them back on the game board.
This 2000pc puzzle features the famous painting Cafe Terrace at Night by Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh - the first painting in which he used starry backgrounds. Painted in September 1888 in Arles, France where still today, visitors of the site can take the place where the artist set up his easel.
Often billed as The Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas is the most populous city in the state of Nevada, United States an internationally renowned major resort city for shopping, entertainment, and gambling. This 2000pc puzzle captures the essence of the Las Vegas Strip.
The Starry Night by Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh is the most renowned achievement of his illustrious career setting the stage for a style of painting called Expressionism. This 2000pc puzzle features the famous work.
Sometimes referred to as the Crossroads of the World, Times Square typifies all the bustle and excitement engendered by the Big Apple. New York’s Times Square is the ultimate tourist destination, encompassing the best of Broadway, commerce, street life and dining; it is estimated that 80 percent of visitors to the city make it a destination. This puzzle frames a whirlwind, first-impression view of one of the most exciting places on earth.
Known worldwide for the elegant and often playful photographs of his Weimaraners, William Wegman's work has entertained audiences of all ages. Featuring beloved dogs Fay, Batty, Chundo, Crooky and Chip, these puzzles capture William's spirit, passion and wit.
The Great Outdoors puzzle series features peaceful artistic scenes of nature and our interactions with nature. This particular puzzle depicts a scene of a family of bears foraging for food at an unattended camp spot.
The Living Seas jigsaw puzzle series with vibrant colors and popular sea life combine in each aquatic image. Dive into the mysteries of the deep with the playful images of The Living Seas. Relax and explore the underwater world of dolphins, whales and tortoises in each of these vibrant scenes.
Buffalo Games' Shorelines 500pc jigsaw puzzles allows one to discover peace and serenity along the water's edge. Each masterful painting such as this Dawn's Early Light, was selected to provide the perfect escape and captures the spirit of our most impressive maritime landscapes.
Dennis Lewan 1000pc jigsaw puzzle American Holiday is inspired by the Old Masters. Lewan relies on his extensive collection of refernces, accumulated over some twenty years, to capture the nostalgic lifestyle of the 18th and 19th centuries.
In this game for three to eight players, each round, the rotating Host reads his true answer to the given question card, along with everyone else's bluff answers, and players try to guess the correct answer to score points. An example of a question card is, "Truth Be Told, my favorite snack is _________." Bluff answers can also score points in this party game designed for fun and laughter. It includes 564 Truth Be Told questions on 141 cards, eight markers, eight fill-in-the-blank cards, eight paddles, a scoreboard and instructions. Launch date: Fall 2009 in select markets; 2010 nationwide. Awards: 2010 Tillywig Laugh Out Loud
Imaginiff 10th Anniversary Edition offers all of the play value and classic elements of the original Imaginiff with 100% new content and some new hilarious “categorical” twists. Players just imagine what the other players are most like. Imaginiff your best friend were a theme park ride, which would he/she be? Bumper Cars, Splash Mountain, Tunnel of Love, Merry-Go-Round or a Roller Coaster? While everyone gets to vote, only the most popular answer wins. This is a great way to get to know what your friends and family really think of you! Assuming you do want to know, of course. Packaged as both a board game for your home and card game for the road, this game can be played anywhere...imaginable.
The puzzle depicts an image of a canoe resting peacefully on the water. The cameo, born in Alexandria, Egypt, owes their origins to ancient carving traditions. The 750-piece puzzle forms an oval shape when assembled. Launch date: 2008.