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You can put Kirby and friends back together in a fun puzzle inspired by the Kirby Star Allies game. You can choose between Easy (8 pieces), Medium (18 pieces), or Hard (50 pieces).
— Description • Play Nintendo

The Jigsaw Jumble series is a series of web games made for Nintendo of America's Play Nintendo microsite. It was developed and published by Nintendo, with each game serving to promote a video game. Jigsaw Jumble puzzles were created for two games in the Kirby series: Kirby: Planet Robobot and Kirby Star Allies.

Gameplay

This game is a basic jigsaw puzzle. After choosing a difficulty setting, the player is given the pieces—eight pieces for Easy, 18 for Medium, and 50 for Hard. Fitting pieces must be dragged together to conjoin. A timer in the lower right-hand corner tracks the player's time during play. Two of the other corners contain helpful tools: The dropdown Menu button in the upper right-hand corner allows the player to expand the puzzle to full-screen size, shuffle the pieces around, and reset the puzzle completely. A button in the lower left-hand corner brings up a reference of the final image when clicked, providing the player with a guide.

When the puzzle is finished, the lines between the pieces fill in and star patterns flash across it. A message then appears, which varies from version to version:

  • The Kirby: Planet Robobot Jigsaw Jumble says "You really kicked bot on this puzzle! Think you can beat your score?"
  • The Kirby Star Allies Jigsaw Jumble says "Kirby’s ready for action! Think you can beat your fastest time?"

The player's time is then given. He/she is then able to retry and post the time to Facebook. The Kirby: Planet Robobot puzzle also shows an overview trailer for the game.

Related Quotes

Kirby’s all suited up for this Jigsaw Jumble inspired by the Kirby: Planet Robobot game. You can put the pieces together to form a picture of Kirby in his Robobot Armor. You can even choose between Easy (8 pieces), Medium (18 pieces), or Hard (50 pieces!). Good luck!
— Description • Play Nintendo

Trivia

  • As the Jigsaw Jumble puzzles lack any credits list, the name(s) of the developer(s) is unknown.

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