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Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle (CD-i)

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The CD-i Collective
To sum this all up, its a nice idea for a game title, a nice idea for a multimedia title. Merged, its just at best mediocre, occasional entertainment. I'd reccomend this for the kids, but the roller controler seems so darn awful with this one, it'd just be frustrating for them. Good for the family, or just for a bit of bored entertainment. But if the family is going to play, you'll need the thumbstick or the mouse. It takes a bit of time, but you can get the style and size that'll challenge you, but still be visually appealing. If you've got that time that is.
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The Video Game Critic
You can peruse the categories by subject, and even select the shape of the pieces. The pieces are fairly large, so none of the puzzles take more than a few minutes to solve. As you methodically put the pieces into place, relaxing light jazz plays in the background. Philips could have injected some excitement into Jigsaw by incorporating some kind of scoring system, but they didn't bother. Puzzle fanatics may find Jigsaw mildly appealing, but most gamers will regard it as a pointless exercise.