Sudoku Board Jigsaw Puzzle

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beckydent
Mar 2, 2022
This was a workout. Put some of the numbers in possible place. That didn't work. I looked for a corner of a piece and then took it around to all the pieces to match it. I just kept at it. I did the108 Classic. Took time out a few times. If you see 3 or 4 puzzles in a row it is because when I get tired of one I go to another and the next day I finish them up. I'm not good enough to do 3or 4 in one day or have the time.
beckydent
Mar 2, 2022
I just looked at the dates. You all did this a few years ago. When I first saw this on a handheld game I got it and thought it would be fun. That didn't last long. I don't even know where it is and don't care.
nhoward
Aug 20, 2018
Good Morning! I hope everyone has a better day than I had with this puzzle!! Blessings to all!
rahrah1820
Aug 20, 2018
I couldn't even start putting this one together! lol I got to the first piece of the puzzle and thought to myself "this is not going to be a bit of fun! Too much stress to enjoy it." So, I moved on from there. I don't find many puzzles I can't even start, but this sure was one.
Taffi
Aug 20, 2018
And I'll be staying with it, even though, it's a bit of a struggle. No worries, as I get to concentrating and the world goes away. The game itself, no way! My husband loves it though!
KarenBuglet
Aug 20, 2018
If a puzzle just seems like it would not be fun because of the color or whatever, try the USA cut. That one is dependent on shape - you can practically ignore the colors.
rahrah1820
Aug 21, 2018
Good ideas, thanks!
nhoward
Aug 21, 2018
I have never tried that cut. I will with the next "horrificly" hard puzzle!!
Taffi
Aug 22, 2018
I wouldn't be able to do USA cut as I'm from Canada and more used to that shape. Anyway, it's done!
KarenBuglet
Aug 22, 2018
I'd love it if we had other country shaped puzzles - it would help me with my geography.
LuvsWesterns
Aug 22, 2018
With puzzles like this one, I first do the edges. Then I try to find solid starting points -- like the dark lines. Next, I separate the pieces according to shapes alongside the edges and put in areas of the puzzle itself the specific ones for lines. With the edges done and the lines started and/or finished, I sort the stacks alongside the puzzle, and by this time they almost all fit without doubling on top of each other. From there I can see shapes in the puzzle created by the lines and edges, and I can choose from the shape of the pieces surrounding the puzzle. This one took me 52 minutes in the 192 classic dynamic cut, a bit more difficult than the 192 classic. This one was a challenge -- one to keep the mind working to solve.
bopitextreme
Feb 21, 2022
Hi LuvsWesterns, thanks for the great description of how you approach puzzling. One thing is "puzzling" me, though: when you say you do the edges first, do you mean you put the whole frame together? because it seems like the solid frame can get in the way sometimes. Just curious. I love to learn from others on here! Thanks...
LuvsWesterns
Feb 21, 2022
Hi bopitextreme! Yes, I am a Premium member, so I have a few options open to me that are not available for the non-member free puzzles. I click on the button in the menu to the left of the puzzle for Edges Only, then assemble the frame of the puzzle. The moment you've completed the frame, the rest of the pieces reappear. I then select the option (forget the name) where all the unused pieces are placed around the outside border of the frame. I pull one piece down at a time to the center of the puzzle for puzzles with highlights, i.e., one yellow item, one blue item, etc., and pull the yellows down first, then work that part, etc. For those with no distinct parts, I just pull down pieces one-at-a-time and try to put them into the edges until I have shapes to deal with. As I'm hunting and pecking those pieces, if they don't fit anywhere on the frame, I place them in a "shape" stack along the outside edges of the frame. Some look like people standing up, some like people on their head, etc. Once I've hunted-and-pecked all the pieces and have them in their stacks, the puzzle starts to take on dimensions wehre you can see what kind of pieces might fit the spaces where pieces fit into the frame. I then spread the stacked pieces into the margins. Gets a little crowded until you have about 1/4 of the pieces in the puzzle, but slowly but surely they all get placed in the puzzle until it is finished. I think the Premium fee for membership is well worth it if you do more than one puzzle a day and wish to do more difficult cuts with higher counts of pieces. Some of the other options are great, too. Happy puzzling!
bopitextreme
Feb 22, 2022
I can't thank you enough for that description, this is going to rock my world. I am a premium member, and use the edges only button, but I didn't know about "pieces to the edge" feature -- which I will use every time now, and do my puzzling your way! What fun, I'm going to get started right away!
bopitextreme
Feb 22, 2022
Hi again, LuvsWesterns, sorry to bother you..I can' seem to find the button where you can make all the pieces go to the edges, rats! If you have time could you maybe give me a tip? Thank you again so much!
bopitextreme
Feb 22, 2022
Nevermind, just found it under shuffle!! Hurray! big hug
LuvsWesterns
Feb 23, 2022
Happy you found it! I couldn't remember the name of the button as I was explaining my method, but it's a real time-saver. Enjoy your puzzling! C'ya on-line.
beckydent
Feb 24, 2022
Taffi, The USA puzzle looks like the shape of America. You just do it like any other puzzle. Most the puzzles I have never seen but just look at design and color. It isn't that hard Have done it several times.
carolsapple
Aug 23, 2018
You can play this game online.
Coravee
Aug 20, 2018
Just yesterday I was telling my cousin how much I hated Sudoko and how much I loved C4J. And today they collide!
trynfindit
Aug 21, 2018
Lol
elijah13
Aug 20, 2018
Not easy! Have never played this game and don't want to!
aknan
Aug 21, 2018
I'm with you, elijah. Am absolutely NOT interested in Sudoku, even though I work with numbers.
trynfindit
Aug 21, 2018
It doesn't look like much fun to me.
JAMP124
Aug 20, 2018
:Unhhhh! This one got to me! Can't imagine doing it as a Mystery Puzzle.
jas6415
Aug 20, 2018
I did not think I could finish this one. I had to stop and walk away for coffee and such several times. Finally it started making sense and then it went fairly smoothily
babygirlkfor
Aug 20, 2018
That game is too confusing
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