I had a great time with this puzzle, and found that it was very difficult to stay away from. Even when I needed to take a break and rest, all I wanted to do was get back to the board and continue the assembly. That’s not always a good thing for me physically, I love to puzzle so much that when one is this engrossing I tend to push myself farther than I should because I want to get back in the puzzle room and get back to assembling. (I always pay for it later, not a good thing. But I keep doing it, because I just can’t help myself. 🤷♀️)
The picture on the box tells me the types of animals I might be assembling, the color of the car and the clothes the characters are wearing. It also tells me what the premise is – What If the animals were more enterprising than we realized? That what the puzzle image will be. The box also shows one character as they will be in the finished puzzle, and this is always the character I photograph. I try to make sure that I don’t spoil these mystery puzzles for anyone who might have them in their to do pile. It’s such a bummer when they get spoiled for me, I never want to do that to anyone else. You’ll notice that the character I photographed is heavily cropped, if more was shown it would spoil some of the premise.
Normally I don’t show anything other that the one character from these puzzles, but there was something really funny that I just had to show you…
I’ve got no eye deer if you find this as funny as I do; it cracked me up!
What If? and Wasgij? puzzles make me very happy. There’s a mystery to solve and I have some hints to what the finished image will be but have to figure it out myself. There’s a real sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when it’s finished. And it’s nice to bring order to the chaos using only the colors and shapes of the pieces.
If you haven’t tried these puzzles I absolutely recommend both series. They both are excellent quality brands and the images are entertaining and great for puzzling. I have so many of them still to do, and I’m looking forward to every single one of them. 💗
5 thoughts on “The Safari Park”
That is hysterical. I love it. LOL
How many of these puzzles do u have, and were they all purchased new online? I have never seen them in any of the brick and morter stores I have been to for puzzles.
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I believe I have or had 18 of the What If? And I have probably 20 or 30 of the Wasgij?. Some of the Wasgij? I have are doubles, meaning there are two 1000 piece puzzles in the box – one is the regular one, and the other is the actual box image as a bonus.
Sorry, didn’t answer the whole question. I believe all were purchased online.
I’ve done this one, I liked it too!
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