Windows Phone 7 Game: Jigsolve Me
I love a good challenge. Like many I game in my free time not just for the content, but to push my brain to the limits of what it’s capable of. So when I saw XDA Member ldokov’s latest creation for Windows Phone 7, Jigsolve Me! I knew I had to give it a whirl.
According to ldokov:
Jigsolve Me! is a simple and fun jigsaw puzzle game. Unlike other games, Jigsolve Me! uses the whole screen for the puzzle – no ads, buttons or menus are displayed during gameplay.
You can quickly start a game by choosing one of the predefined difficulty settings. You can also start a customized game where you can adjust all available settings.
There are 30 images included with the game and we are working on a feature that will allow you to download more images from within the game.
To improve the gameplay we have created some special in-game features, like snapping to edges and locking puzzle pieces.
This is quite a fun time killer, so head on over to the thread here and test drive it.
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