- Colored Ball Games
- Puzzle Games
- Remove similar games
- Bejeweled Games
- Jewels Games
- Candy Crush Games
- Cut the Rope Games
- 7 Errors Game
- Error Games
- Differences Games
- Seven Errors Game
- Peppa Pig Puzzle
- Puzzle Games for Girls
- Princess Puzzle Games
- Kids Puzzle Games
- Disney Puzzle Games
- Frozen Puzzle Games
- Barbie Puzzle Games
- Connect Games
- Animals Connect Game
- Match 3 Games
About Puzzle Games
The story of the puzzle, also known as the puzzle, begins on a lost date around 1760, when cartographers began to produce wooden maps, where they were cut into small pieces and to use them, they had to be assembled.
What was supposed to be just a longer-lasting way to keep a map and continue navigation smoothly has become a fun for kids and an educational method.
Since then they have won our heart. In some specific regions of Europe and some states of the United States (where English colonization took place longer), they are commonly known as jigsaws. In these places they arose in 1900.
In the year 1908, these games became more expensive. In this way, they moved away from popular tastes, as the poorest would never be able to invest an amount of $ 5.00 on a toy.
It is worth understanding that what is cheap today at the time represented a true fortune. After all, companies paid employees a misery.
But it was precisely because it was only in the taste of the elite that puzzles became a source of investment. This is because, during the Great Depression in 1929, many unemployed people started to produce this type of product.
But still, it was just a taste of the rich.
As early as 1931, the cardboard puzzles were invented, where production was cheapened and these games became feverish.
The popularization of puzzles
At that time, it was a success. The cheap cost and cheap production made the cardboard puzzles sold everywhere.
In toy stores or focusing on adults, no matter where. Everyone loved a good puzzle to pass the time.
The 60s was a milestone in the life of the puzzles, this company Springbok Editions began printing high quality reproduction of famous masterpieces.
In addition, Springbok was one of the great revolutionaries in this field. That's because they launched a puzzle named "Convergence." This novelty had 340 pieces, and came with a poster - which was extremely unusual. In addition, it reproduced a painting by Jackson Pollock and earned the title of "The Hardest Puzzle in the World."
After that, this game gained its space in the guaranteed market. As a children's day, Christmas, or “whatever” gift, they started cheering up adults and children in an extremely relaxing way.
No wonder they were soon implemented in the digital world. Now you don't need complicated parts.