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We understand a few people are receiving the wrong puzzle in the wrong box with puzzles?
This issue seems to be happening with puzzles; Original 30 - Strictly Can't Dance! and Christmas 5 - A Flaming Good Christmas! We are extremely sorry for this inconvenience and any disappointment caused and we are looking into how this happened! Our puzzles are normally renown for being brainteasers... however we think this may be too far! To anyone affected by this, we have posted the box image and hints to the puzzles on our Facebook page to help you complete your puzzle. If you have been unlucky enough to receive the wrong puzzle in Original 30 or Chirstmas 5 boxes,...View article
We are very excited to announce our TWO brand new Wasgij June releases! The two puzzles are available now and are all 1,000 piece. The new puzzles are Mystery 15 A Typical British BBQ! and Christmas 14 Santa's Little Helper's!
A Typical British BBQ is the title of this fantastic Wasgij Mystery 15, 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle. It’s a beautiful day in the UK and the Brits have decided to get out their barbecues. Everyone is having a good time and enjoying the delicious char-grilled food. It’s a rare occasion they get to use their barbecues, so this is a treat for them! But what could go wrong? Use your imagination, and the clues provided on the box, to piece together what will happen next? This is the scene you will have to puzzle. Wasgij Christmas 14: Santa’s Little Helper...View article
We are very excited to announce the launch of Wasgij Original 29: Catching Wedding Fever! 1,000 Piece Puzzle.
Wasgij Original 29: Catching Wedding Fever! Is the hilariously funny 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle that shows a couples special day! The image printed on the front of the box depicts a typical wedding day with the bride and groom with all their family and friends. However something has caught the eye of some people, while everyone is trying to enjoy themselves and socialise. What could be happening to get this surprised reaction from everyone? Try to imagine you are the man spitting out his drink on the bottom left and piece together what he can see. Wasgij Original is the unique brainteaser...View article
We are very excited to announce our Retro editions of the second ever Wasgij's produced from each Wasgij concept. The Retro puzzles are Original 2: Happy Holidays!, Destiny 2: The Proposal! & Mystery 2: Stop the Clock!
Happy Holidays illustrates a family who is looking forward to getting on the plane and flying to the warm sunshine that they've been waiting for all year. But what could spoil their summer pleasure and get them wishing they'd not booked with 'Cheepo Air'. What could be causing the scene on the puzzle box. 'The Proposal' is the title of this hugely entertaining 1,000 piece Wasgij Destiny jigsaw puzzle. What do you see for this love struck couple? Will it be a marriage made in heaven or heading for the highway to hell? This beautiful summer's day will either be...View article
We are very excited to announce our THREE brand new Wasgij January releases! The three puzzles are available now and are all 1,000 piece. The new puzzles are Original 28: Dropping the Weight!, Destiny 18: Fast Food Frenzy!, and Mystery 14: The Hound of Wasgijville!
The brilliantly funny 1,000 piece Original 28: Dropping the Weight! shows the start of a New Year with everyone hitting the gym after Christmas. All of the regular gym-goers are back in the swing of things, but there are lots of new members who are turning heads. Everyone in the gym is looking surprised, so what is happening the other side of the gym hall to get this reaction? Try to imagine you are the lady on the gym ball and piece together what she can see. The hilarious 1,000 piece Destiny 18: Fast Food Frenzy! depicts a popular British restaurant in 1958 with families...View article