Wasgij Back to…? is the brand new unique jigsaw puzzle concept that is the reversal of the popular Wasgij Destiny range - so instead of piecing together how the image on the box would look like in the modern day, you are puzzling how it would have looked in times gone by. Launching this brand new 1,000 piece puzzle concept is the fantastic 'Basics' titled puzzle. Today we perhaps take for granted the gadgets and gizmos that we use in everyday life. 50 years ago it would have been very difficult to even imagine a life with them, let alone now living a life without them. So how might this living room scene have looked in the 1960's? What kept us entertained before mobile phones, tablets and electronic games? You have to imagine how this scene would have looked in the 1960's and what would the family have been doing then? Use your imagination, and the clues provided on the box, to piece together how the scene would have looked in times gone by and without all the high tech gadgets and modern day clothing. Wasgij Back to…? is the time-travelling puzzle concept where puzzlers have to use their imagination to piece together what the image printed on the box would have looked like in times gone by. The finished size of the puzzle measures 68 x 49 cm (approximately) and the jigsaws have been produced using a high quality cardboard and precision die-cutting techniques to ensure every jigsaw piece maintains its original shape time and time again. So why is Wasgij so popular? With traditional jigsaws the puzzler builds the image that they can see on the box. With Wasgij they have to build an image that is different to that shown on the box. Although we give a few clues, Wasgij really challenges the puzzler to use their imagination. Put that together with great drawings and pictorial humour and it is no surprise that Wasgij has topped the jigsaw puzzle charts for so many years. This fabulous Wasgij Destiny jigsaw puzzle has been produced by Jumbo's popular artist - Neil Easton.
- A 1000 piece Wasgij jigsaw puzzle
- Wasgij Back to…? Is the time-travelling reversal of the popular Wasgij Destiny concept
- The puzzle image has been illustrated by the talented artsist - Neil Easton
- The puzzle has been produced using a high quality cardboard
- The finished puzzle measures 68x49cm (approximately)