Pentax K-r Puzzle with 2 different image with full in game control. Some advanced piece shapes in this puzzle. This is game is really aimed at intermediate to advanced puzzle solvers. Novices and beginners will get plenty of fun too
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Pentax K-r Puzzle with 2 different image with full in game control. Some advanced piece shapes in this puzzle. This is game is really aimed at intermediate to advanced puzzle solvers. Novices and beginners will get plenty of fun although the complexity is definitely there so expext to take some extra time to complete this game. The puzzle will default to the screen settings from your own computer for optimum ingame play quality.
Use your mouse to rotate pieces to fit into your puzzle as you play the game. Pull up the finished image if you get stuck and needs some hits. Preview image will pop up in the game play windows and this can be closed out when you no longer need it. The Ghost image facility enables to pull up an image overlay of the finished puzzle image. This will fix to the centre of your screen and give you a guide to solve the game. Options during the play facilitate to pause the game or start over again. It works on all windows platform for XP to Vista 32 and Vista 64. Also Install and uninstall files included. Full help files included. All the files necessary to play the puzzle in a neat package are also included. Just click to play and the puzzle will run automatically. No time restriction or any limits on the number of time you can solve the game on this puzzle game so you can play it as many times as you like. If you like solving tricky jigsaw puzzles then you are going to love the Pentax K-r Puzzle
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