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Fun Online Puzzles From Your Own Photos

Submitted by on April 16, 2009 – 10:56 am2 Comments
Fun Online Puzzles From Your Own Photos

The website Jigsaw Planet offers high quality online puzzles. You can choose from a few common puzzles, or upload your own image – a photo or illustration in jpg format.

Under Advanced options, you can choose the number of pieces in the puzzle you create, and the shape of the puzzle pieces. You can choose between 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100 and 120 pieces. When you have created your own puzzle, you can link to it from your own web page for everyone to play.

This applet requires the latest version of Java, so you might have to upgrade your Java installation to use it.


Click here to solve the Moose image puzzle.


  • Lazaro says:

    It is a great idea for fun, right? I can create my own puzzle and I can make my photos as unique as possible. I have tried some and my friends like it so much. This application is necessary to try to get the best puzzle from your own photos.

  • Heriberto says:

    Wow, what a cool game application!

    It’s amazing to know those years ago, we were played puzzle manually, which is using a real puzzle! But now, we can play puzzle in a modern way, just by sitting in front of computer and stay online, we can choose a variety of puzzles that we want, we can even use a photo as well. Cool.

    Cheers, Heriberto..

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