I love jigsaw puzzles. As a matter of fact some of my favorite childhood memories have a card table in the living room with a jigsaw puzzle in the center that the entire family would work on. You never walked past the table without putting at least one puzzle piece in place. It’s no wonder when Hasbro asked if I’d like to review Ji Ga Zo I said yes.
Ji Ga Zo takes the jigsaw puzzle in a totally different direction. You get computer software, 300 puzzle pieces in varying shades of white, sepia and brown and an assembly grid. You start with one of your favorite digital photos and upload it to Ji Ga Zo. The software creates an icon map that you print out. Using the icon map, puzzle pieces and the assembly grid you make a sepia colored replica of your digital photo. It’s that simple and fun for the entire family.
This would be great for a Family Game Night. Everyone could get involved from the youngest to the oldest member of the family.
A product was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.