Virtual Toybox Puzzle Games is a collection of configurable jigsaw and tile puzzle games. Newly updated with stunning nature photos, and several game configuration options, you will find hours of entertainment in these puzzles.
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Description: Virtual Toybox Puzzle Games is a collection of configurable jigsaw and tile puzzle games. Newly updated with stunning nature photos, and several game configuration options, you will find hours of entertainment in these puzzles. The Jigsaw puzzle features hexagonal as well as square tile shapes, and with randomly generated non-uniform pieces, no two plays will ever be the same. In the spinning tile game, the hexagonal shaped tiles must be spun three at a time to unscramble the picture. Though the concept is deceptively simple, this puzzle is very difficult to solve. Also included is the well-known sliding tile game. As with all Virtual Toybox software, the puzzle games collection will run on any system (Windows, Linux, or Mac) with a current Java installation.
Change Info: * A new collection of spectacular nature photos, or the option to choose your own image.
* Game configuration options are in a dialog to free up puzzle space.
* Image preview.
* Images are scaled to fit on your screen. (No more scrolling for lower resolution computers)
* Option to select background color.
* (Jigsaw) Multiple selection for organizing pieces.
* (Jigsaw) Multiple layers (play areas) for more space.
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