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Coiledspring Games has introduced Wrebbit 3D jigsaw puzzles to its offering. Invented over 20 years ago, the range includes a number of iconic buildings from the Taj Mahal to Big Ben. All Wrebbit jigsaws are made in Canada, and are billed as the sturdiest 3D jigsaw puzzles on the market. With each including 750+ pieces, they have the highest piece count and are the largest of their kind. Apart from being super strong, the pieces are thick and easy to handle and are made from non- toxic polyethylene foam. Roger Martin, director of Coiledspring, commented: “We are thrilled to launch Wrebbit’s 3D jigsaws, adding a contemporary twist to a much- loved product. We are sure these will be a great success. It’s a great way to get the whole family together and

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encourage children to get excited about traditional games.” Wrebbit’s 3D jigsaws are sure to have all families puzzling for hours as they build impressive creations and bond over the delights of a traditional puzzle turned life-like.


Culica is a cube with a grid of nine slots on each face, together with 84 pegs of four colours. The game challenges players to place pegs on the cube to achieve various goals and has over 55 trillion trillion trillion possible combinations. There are 30+ competitive games and solo puzzles published to date. A Culica puzzle example is CuColours,

where pegs of the same colour must not touch, even diagonally. There are more puzzles online, such as the fiendish CuNitrogen, where every peg must have exactly three side-by-side neighbours. Culica games can be played by two to

12 players. CuCombat is one such game. Be the first to place three pegs of the same colour diagonally on a face, or four in a straight line side-by-side. Other competitive games are CuColours,


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Winning Moves UK has produced its biggest-ever product range for a single licensor with its London 2012 collection of games and puzzles. The games have been produced to span a broad price range.

Pocket-money items such as Top

MumboJumbo Toys is expanding its Janod range this year. Janod is best known for its in-house designed wooden toys, but the range also offers a choice of products from pure fun to educational with a wide range of wooden and sturdy cardboard puzzles and games now available.


Golden Bear’s dominoes and jigsaw puzzles combine traditional favourites with children’s licences.

The company offers a collection of high quality wooden dominoes which are designed to last for years to come. Each set contains 28 chunky wooden pieces that are ideal for small hands. Available in Banana in Pyjamas, Ben and Holly, Peppa Pig and Poppy Cat, there is something to appeal to all children. Alternatively,

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Trumps and playing cards retail at just £3.99, with mid-price items such as the three souvenir jigsaws starting at £7.99. Higher priced items such as the London 2012 Monopoly game or the Top Trumps Tournament game make lasting souvenirs for fans of the London 2012 Olympic Games. For the first time, Winning Moves has also produced a bite- size Trivial Pursuit for London 2012 and limited edition Bananagrams.

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Puzzle or as a Four Puzzle Gift Set. Both jigsaws feature all characters from the My 1st JCB team who are revealed once all the pieces are placed together correctly.

Gibsons is offering the new Queen’s Diamond Jubilee jigsaw puzzle, which scooped Toy Fair Best New Toy 2012 in the Games and Puzzles category. The 1,000-piece puzzle is a collage of royal memorabilia. Gibsons’ Downton Abbey 500 and 1,000-piece licensed puzzles are presented as a montage and offer a sense of nostalgia. Made in the UK,


Underground Toys is extending its Lalaloopsy licence to include puzzles and games. Where is Lalaloopsy? allows children to ask questions, follow clues and go find their Lalaloopsy doll. Memory Match Game includes a bonus pencil topper. Ups and Downs is a new twist on the classic game with a 3D game board which brings the traditional Snakes and Ladders gameplay to life. Other games in the range include Pop Up Game, Find and Seek and Tea Party Game.


The Dr Baffler’s 24-piece large wooden jigsaws feature large chunky colourful wooden pieces in a bright picture.

The puzzles come with a wooden backing board with a recessed frame to help young puzzlers position the pieces more easily, and to make it easy to pick up and show off their achievement afterwards, boosting confidence and self-esteem. Each of the four puzzles in the collection has a child-friendly design featuring animals and people, all with happy faces.

Themes include Princesses, Knights

and Dragon, Farm and Wild Animals. Fiesta Crafts also supplies a

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CuSol, CuMolecula, CuBar, CuSnakes CuThello etc. There are even specialist Culica games: CuPoker, CuChess and CuFootball.

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the puzzle joins other British licensed classics including, Hovis, Cadbury, Corgi, and Scalextric, along with London and Quirky Britain

playing cards. The My World range was designed in conjunction with child psychologist Dr Amanda Gummer and sees three new additions this year.

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wooden puzzle display that holds up to eight puzzles from the Dr Baffler range and allows customers to easily browse through the selection.

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