Best puzzles according to redditors

We found 2,001 Reddit comments discussing the best puzzles. We ranked the 1,103 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Jigsaw puzzles
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Puzzle accessories
Sudoku puzzles
3D puzzles
Puzzle play mats

Top Reddit comments about Puzzles:

u/whittlinwood · 375 pointsr/pics

I came looking for this. Sorry if I missed it.

Here is the link to the puzzle on Amazon.

EDIT: Save a click. It's $599.00

u/pickledeggmanwalrus · 192 pointsr/videos

yeah I was thinking it was gonna be like those ball mazes with the money stuck in the back of it.

like this

u/Storemanager · 176 pointsr/pics

Have you tried the "Japanese White Hell?"

u/vocaltalentz · 105 pointsr/pics
u/Rammage · 88 pointsr/pics

Here, get her one of these

no edges and 5 extra pieces

u/maszpiwo · 72 pointsr/pics

This is the puzzle that made my grandfather ban my parents from buying him puzzles.

u/UndeadBread · 48 pointsr/mildlyinteresting
u/DancingChip · 38 pointsr/HelpMeFind

Here ya go

I just googled "gold jelly pig toy" and lots of stuff came up

u/GeoCuber · 30 pointsr/Cubers

THIS is one of the worst descriptions I've even seen from an amazon seller.

"Super Sticky Sticker"


u/ThatCanadianGuyThere · 29 pointsr/Unexpected

Decided to search it up and I found it right away!

This is pretty neat

Disclaimer: I’m not the one selling it and have no relation to the seller of this product.

u/aLeXaNdErboi · 27 pointsr/OnePiece

Found it boyz One Piece - 1000pcs Jigsaw Puzzle [Mosaic Art] by Ensky

u/arod48 · 22 pointsr/stevenuniverse

Actually. That's probably a challenge puzzle, the finished product doesn't have an edge or corner pieces, but they put extra in the box to make things difficult. Like this

u/blacksheep998 · 21 pointsr/WTF

That would be a tricky one, but it could be done. It doesn't appear to be double-cut, meaning that you can tell which side of each piece is top. I've done double sided puzzles Where you can't tell what side of a piece goes up.

With this one, start with the middle piece and work outwards along the spiral. Just keep trying curved pieces at random until one fits. Once you're done that the corners and edges seem to be fairly easy. Filling in the spaces between the spiral and the edges will be the toughest part.

Is this a real puzzle for sale somewhere? I think I might like to try it.

u/ThatsMyHoverboard · 21 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I would've gone on a murderous rampage before I could ever finish this puzzle. Holy shit, I'd have such a god damn hard time.

Also, if you want to buy the puzzle, I found it for about $15 on Amazon.

u/potatan · 19 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

They sell them on Amazon, and the solution is right there on the front of the box!

u/bonafidebob · 18 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

>But... I have bad news: I actually found an 18,000 piece puzzle.

How about a 32K piece puzzle?

u/geesve · 18 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

40320 Pieces

22.3' x 6.2' feets or 6.7 x 1.8 meters

I even will can not to place it in my room o_O

u/AN_Schmuckatelli · 17 pointsr/gaming

looks like a puzzle I made on my last deployment

link here

u/FarplaneDragon · 15 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

So, as someone whose done some decently difficult puzzles, it may not be as bad as people think. I'm not saying it's not hard, or not time consuming but a lot of it depends on certain design aspects.

For example, the edges are usually easy for obvious reasons. Looking at the video it looks like the pieces are cut somewhat uniquely, this means that while sorting from color can be a little more difficult, though not impossible since the color probably won't change too much if you always sit in the same spot, you can also sort by size, shape, number of sides with cutouts versus tabs, etc.

Granted you're probably going to be doing a bunch of brute-forcing from there but if you really take the time to organize your pieces it usually isn't as bad as people think. That's coming from someone who finished this one which a lot of people seem to feel is difficult.

u/ChickinSammich · 15 pointsr/pics
u/jamrealm · 15 pointsr/pics
u/Reinventing_Wheels · 9 pointsr/pics

I found the puzzle on Amazon.
Ravensburger New York City 32000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle for Adults.

From the description:
32000 piece puzzle featuring a panoramic view of NY City

Stunning photographic detail

Includes 32,256 precision-cut pieces packaged in eight separate bags

Measures 17 x 6 feet!

Weighs 42 lbs.

u/cabra-donk-alliance · 8 pointsr/mildlyinteresting
u/prot0mega · 8 pointsr/interestingasfuck

Or this.

u/1D13 · 8 pointsr/DungeonsAndDragons

There are these bucket of figures that are great, and super cheap for how many you get.






And so on. Super cheap. Tons of figures, less than $20 for each set.

u/anilsen · 7 pointsr/pics
u/pianojuggler4 · 7 pointsr/InternetIsBeautiful

GuHong is pretty dated. Go with an AoLong: Amazon

Source: sub-20 sec solver. (also /r/cubers)

u/falconfile · 6 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

It looks to be different shades of green on each end.

If you want truly painful, this is the one to go for: It's 99% pure trial and error for each piece, so the fun wears out quickly

u/Gomosito · 6 pointsr/argentina

Ja.. Busque este y venía a comentar eso..

u/heykevo · 6 pointsr/DnD
u/MuieLaSaraci · 6 pointsr/Romania
u/Dark_Fury1000 · 6 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

>40320 Pieces

>22.3' x 6.2' feets or 6.7 x 1.8 meters

  • /u/geesve
u/kinematografi · 5 pointsr/WTF

I find this puzzle incredibly beautiful. I would like to purchase it, finish it and hang it on my wall. I demand links!

e- Nevermind, I found it, you lazy sons of bitches.

u/Bumblesnoot · 5 pointsr/oddlysatisfying
u/ilovebuts · 5 pointsr/funny
u/dshirle7 · 4 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

A quick internet search has led me to believe it's this puzzle:

u/spAnser · 4 pointsr/pics

Looked that puzzle up on amazon

It has a side with some images on it so it wouldn't be that bad.

The impossibles puzzle that /u/Nachteule posted does look a little crazy though

u/Trabethany · 4 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

This is what I use. It's not a table, but you can take the board out and put it wherever you like, then just zip it back up when you're done working on it. I haven't done any 1500 piece puzzles on it yet, but it's been great for 1000 pieces.

u/silverwoodchuck47 · 4 pointsr/pics

Amazon sells this puzzle for $264.05 & FREE Shipping.

But if you think 24,000 pieces is for pussies, then maybe try Keith Haring: Double Retrospect - 32000 Pieces Puzzle? Apparently, this puzzle weighs 42 lbs and comes with its own hand truck.

u/kirindas · 4 pointsr/gaming

Behold~ White Hell Jigsaw Puzzle 1000 pieces. Very aptly named. XD

[Apparently there are markings on the back side to make the challenge easier? Not that I would know.] (/spoiler)

u/Goat0verlord · 4 pointsr/OnePiece

what about the 1000 piece collage puzzle? does he have that yet?

u/HeroOfTheMinish · 4 pointsr/OnePiece

One Piece - 1000pcs Jigsaw Puzzle [Mosaic Art] by Ensky

Link to puzzle

u/Nirriti_the_Black · 4 pointsr/TerrainBuilding

100 Skeletons $9.99 Problem: 2" tall = 10' at scale

u/zugy · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I have 2 of these! The are called impossibles IIRC. One of them was a bunch of golf clubs and the other was fishes. They are digital patterns designed to mess with you (as if the rest was not enough).

EDIT: Found one on amazon!

u/Trenin · 3 pointsr/puzzles

Having puzzles cut the same way is not unheard of. There are instances where it happens. The OP did say they were identical, so this assumption is perfectly valid.

As for being easy to locate a piece in the finished puzzle, that doesn't seem too far fetched. Take a new piece and hold it over the finished puzzle. Locate the general area the piece looks like it belongs in based on the colours/patterns of the piece and the picture of the other puzzle. A 500 piece puzzle is about 22 or 23 pieces square. If you can narrow down your search to one eighth of the original puzzle right away based on colour (e.g. blue sky piece as opposed to green grass), you only have to scan an area about 8x8. This can be done pretty quickly. When you find the matching piece, place the new piece directly on top. Repeat with all the pieces until you have finished the second puzzle directly on top of the first.

This obviously doesn't work for some puzzles, but I would consider these edge cases. It should work for most scenic puzzles.

Why do my assumptions bother you so much?

u/prshredder000 · 3 pointsr/pics

Impossibles - has no edges, and includes extra pieces that do not even fit the puzzle.

u/VoilaVoilaWashington · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

There are a few puzzle types that make that claim. Another potential winner of hardest puzzle is the one that's all white, or some that are supermassive.

So let's combine them. 10 000 pieces, all white on both sides, with pieces cut so they fit together on one side, but then the rest of the puzzle doesn't fit together.

u/GloverAB · 3 pointsr/gaming

The silver one up top is called Krypt, and it's made by Ravensberger so it's actually pretty great quality.

Edit: Also white hell and black hell

u/vorin · 3 pointsr/pics

My fiancee has done this puzzle.
The other side is more helpful.

Amazon link

u/Lillumultipass99 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

Well, as a father of 2 toadlers that loves soloing long games such as Mage Knigt, Anachrony, I faced a similar predicament last year and I found something that changed forever my solo boardgaming hobby :

It does not work for all games as you cannot leave tall pieces, but for most games I have tried it is ok, although depending on the game, I have to remove some stuff before putting it back in the lid (e.g., minis in MK or Anachrony...). What I do is I always take multiple pictures of the board state before hand because tokens can move a bit. In any case, it makes tearing down and setting up again much more palatable.

u/meyerchris7 · 3 pointsr/10cloverfieldlane

Ok guys, we have to discuss the puzzle. I don't think the puzzle pieces themselves are important, if they were if any one got lost the whole lead could be ruined. What information have we gained from the pieces? We have the puzzle they are from it is of the tower of course . We have the retailer who has a password protected catalog section on their website. (I doubt they have anything to do with this and seem to be good people please don't harass them)

Personally I think the puzzle pieces are just meant to lead us somewhere, and not to actually be solved. But to where? Let me know what you guys think.

u/MatchstickBuildings · 3 pointsr/bicycling

Very cool bike, but I have to ask, do you have this 32,000 piece jigsaw puzzle hanging behind it?

u/Dannybam · 3 pointsr/pics

Perhaps as much as half of the challenge of a jigsaw puzzle is in differentiating the piece you "need" from the vast quantity of pieces to select from (or the proper location of the piece you have selected, depending on your perspective or strategy).

The larger the haystack - the more challenging the needle.

Packaging separate puzzle areas into separate containers - from the factory - reduces that difficulty exponentially.

The largest jigsaw puzzle according to Guinness had over 10 times the pieces - with 551,232 - but was subdivided into 3,132 sections.'s_Guinness_World_Record_-_The_Largest_Jigsaw_puzzle_1.jpg

u/omgsus · 3 pointsr/gaming

They make a larger one too (probably 4 times the volume the one OP has in hand)

They even have checkpoints physically designed into it.

u/TorteDeLini · 3 pointsr/gaming

Game is Perplexus.

Epic and Twist are considered the best.

u/zebra-stampede · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

I got kids foam mats. Watch to see if your bun will chew them. Mine doesn't though. Works great.

u/WastelandJack · 3 pointsr/minipainting

Depends on quality and why you need them. I have a death army for AOS and I just sprung for the GW because they look good. I could have gone with something like this but they look a little cheezy.

u/toadspimp · 3 pointsr/halloween

here is one hundred of them! Granted they are not the exact same

u/heyredridinghood · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Zelda puzzle!. Because, well, Zelda.

I'd love a surprise! :D

Thanks for the contest!

u/schunniky · 3 pointsr/sydney

I was reading a reddit thread today on rubik's cubes and decided after talking to a few people that I should start playing with cubes again. So after getting some suggestions for a new cube I've ordered this.

I remember in high school we were all obsessed with speedcubing. especially /u/aznblur :P that was so long ago...

That makes two different things I've gotten into this week. Getting back into cubes and learning the fine art of controlling a quadcopter. :D

u/shoi-tan · 3 pointsr/hmmmgifs

I think its this?

u/AlbaNera · 3 pointsr/italy

nah, sta sui 300€ circa (tra l'altro nei negozi si trova a meno ogni tanto perché sanno che non lo venderanno mai)

Purtroppo il problema è che gli e lo comprerei pure per come sono fatto, sai quanto è che lo tengo di mira... è parzialmente colpa mia

u/EggplantCider · 2 pointsr/HelpMeFind

I don't have the post, but I think I saw the same one as you and I think this was the puzzle, because I remember the centre kind of turned into a circle.

I've also heard this one is goddamn terrible, so it might be up her alley.

u/autobulb · 2 pointsr/pics

Not an avid puzzle doer so I can't, sorry. The one I mentioned was with a past girlfriend many years ago and it took us a few weeks to solve it, doing a little each day.

If I remember correctly it was named "world's hardest jigsaw puzzle" so I imagine some similar search terms would yield some results.

A quick google search showed me this:

It's the same idea, but mine was a different graphic.

And now that I see the description I realized it should have been "rotated 90 degrees" not 45.

u/Itsnotironic444 · 2 pointsr/pics
u/RainbowSpectrum · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

cowpox on my $5 list


u/vickyrex · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

I'm currently working on this thing....

It's silly but I'm enjoying the challenge.

u/NoThanksJustLooking1 · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Looking up "Ravensburger" on Amazon I came across a silver one that looks to be very similar to the one you have here.

Ravensburger Krypt Silver

u/Procrastinatomancer · 2 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I always wanted to get the Beatles White Album puzzle for my brother, maybe this is up your alley!

u/dognocat · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

I'm lucky my wife bought me something similar to this a few years ago.


Jigthings JIGSORT 1500 - Jigsaw puzzle case for up to 1,500 pieces from

I think it keeps her happier than me, as it can stand up on end behind the sofa against the wall and out of her way. Only problem is 3000 or more and I have to do it in two parts and match it up at the end.

u/fshklr1 · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

JIGSORT 1500 - Jigsaw puzzle case for up to 1,500 pieces from Jigthings

u/beSmrter · 2 pointsr/boardgames

Another idea -- something like the Jigsort puzzle keeper might work in some cases. No first hand experience with this (I'm lucky to have a small spare table w/ no kids or critters).

u/PuellaForta · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

I love the [Jigsort 1500] ( but it cost HALF the price listed earlier this month. It is available in different sizes.

u/DawnieN · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

I have this one and I love it. It’s pricey but great quality. I put it on my bed or on the floor to do puzzles and it also comes with four sorting boards which are very helpful.

jigthings JIGSORT 1500 - Jigsaw Puzzle case for up to 1,500 Pieces from

u/Dedonarrival · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

I have a cat. It's all about keeping it covered when you're not working on it. I use one of these now. It's expensive but it's been so awesome, you put the puzzle together on the big tray and zip it all up when you're not working on it. Also helps that I don't have much space and can do them sitting on my bed now.

u/mangusman07 · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

Essentially get good cardboard and make a $5 version of a Puzzle Caddy. I've used hot glue to make a lip around the edge of the cardboard so that pieces can't slide off the edges.

For a faster startup, you can simply sort pieces into the lids of old puzzle boxes. You'll still need a good place to build the puzzle, but you at least don't have to spread 1000 pieces around a small table.

u/cooking_with_therock · 2 pointsr/10cloverfieldlane

As most of you know, people have been receiving puzzle pieces with their orders of Swamp Pop. I spent most of my day compiling all of the pieces that have been posted to the subreddit, and doing my best to combine them. For reference, I found a post here that said that this was the puzzle that the pieces came from. So I got to work. I got some pieces from /u/ryanj64 here, some pieces from /u/Clovie2923 here, some pieces from /u/MNWNM here, some pieces from /u/Headman70 here, some pieces from /u/slusho6666 here, and some pieces from /u/RecklessLion here. Not all of the pictures are taken from the best angle, or at the highest quality but I tried my best with what I had. The pieces that are off to the side of the picture I couldn’t place within the puzzle due to lack of reference or because they were too low quality. These puzzle pieces are the only ones that have been posted to the subreddit as of right now, but I will be continuing to put the pieces together as more people post them.

If anyone sees any problems with my current placement of the pieces, or can help me place any of the pieces that are off to the side, let me know.

edit: I found a few more pieces from UNF user Clovie4796 and added them to the puzzle here.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/otown_in_the_hotown · 2 pointsr/self

Are they actually all that fun? I saw them today at the Apple store. How are they any different than just any regular remote-control car? Except that they're small and you control them from your iPhone?

On a related side-note, I just bought the Perplexus Epic. (Around $30). SO MUCH FUN! I can't put the damned thing down.

u/swampass_salad · 2 pointsr/CasualConversation

Yeah. But a bit of distraction helps. My creative juices aren't always flowing. Also getting my mind off a project can spark new ideas.

I'm planning on buying this thing to keep at my desk. Vendor link

And yes, my boss is fine with dumb with toys at work. As long as I get my work done. Hell, she might even hog the damn thing.

u/FredWampy · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Video games rock!

Thanks for the contest!

This takes a lot of skill to use.

u/jackie_mewvier · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

Based on this comment I don’t think there’s a full picture:

> Verified Purchase

> I bought this puzzle because my team at work was going through one 1000 piece puzzle a week. This puzzle stopped them dead in their tracks. They managed about 10 connections over the course of a month, after they separated the pieces into quarter puzzles based on the pattern on the back. They eventually gave up and got back to work.

I believe the fourth picture here is the back of the puzzle whereas the second picture is the back of the box. Still better than plain white, but not by much.

u/Spoon_Elemental · 2 pointsr/gaming
u/HoosierBusiness · 2 pointsr/gaming

I've thought about trying one if these puzzles before. Then I realize I don't hate myself THAT much...
Beverly Micro Pure White Hell Jigsaw Puzzle (1000 Piece)

u/jewanboii · 2 pointsr/consulting

I told myself I would buy and complete this as my first official project when I get on the bench next.

u/lancequ01 · 2 pointsr/pics

this has been on my wish list for years

u/Jias · 2 pointsr/pics

Should have gotten her "white hell." All the pieces look the same but each is unique and will only for where it belongs.

u/rube203 · 2 pointsr/OnePiece

This post comes up as I'm working on a new puzzle.

u/doctor_hal · 2 pointsr/OnePiece
u/christian_cudi · 2 pointsr/DIY

hey guys i just purchased this 3d puzzle from game of thrones and ive had this dream of making this 3d puzzle be glorified inside of a coffee table. so basically i would build a basic table and have a glass panel over the top of the puzzle so you can of course not touch it but also see it. my only problem is with the dimensions of 30x18x2 its almost impossible to find exactly what im looking for. I dont want my table to be cheap. i want nice wood and a not to simple but not to complex body (table legs sides etc) where should i start and how can i go about this idea. example

edit: is this a good sub for posting this?

u/NecroMorphicTit · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

Yep it's a puzzle.

Think you can get it from HBO's store aswell.

OP, how long did it take you to put it together?

u/Bwian428 · 2 pointsr/gameofthrones

No worries. It didn't take me that long. Maybe 12 hours for each one? Here is Westeros. Here is Essos. They make a 3D puzzle of the Red Keep too.

u/samantha_pants · 2 pointsr/OkCupid

Its a 3-d map of Westeros it was part of my Christmas present. We worked on it a little last time I was there, so I'm excited to finish

u/LilithSiren · 2 pointsr/Rabbits

I used these in my buns expen and are now in his temporary cage. They are a great price and nice and soft. They are also nice for sitting with him, much nicer than flat on the ground.

u/bruxbuddies · 2 pointsr/RATS

Since you asked about rat proofing, in addition to the Tespo playpen (put together with zipties so it folds flat), I would recommend putting down something like this foam puzzle playmat, and then a blanket on top of that. The mat is actually very easy to put together and take apart, liquid doesn't really get through to the other side, and it's easy to clean. Your rats will probably chew on some of the corners, but they seem to stick to a favorite chewing spot, so I usually just let them obsess on that spot until it looks pretty chewed up, then swap out the mat piece.

If you do let them free roam through the whole place, don't leave them unattended for more than a few minutes. You may find that they've gotten bored and started working on a project (like mine, which were stripping the drywall behind the couch).

u/rakakaki · 2 pointsr/DnDBehindTheScreen

I like using these guys for my enemies

They run just a bit big, but it's workable. I use these for my PCs.

Both paint well.

u/mrdeadsniper · 2 pointsr/dndnext

Minis get expensive quickly. Reaper is probably most popular mini store (although their website is atrocious). Depending on your campaign, you can get some stuff like skeletons or zombies minis in toy packs for much cheaper.

For specific heros or villians you might have to break down and buy a fancy custom mini just for it.

u/AuthorX · 2 pointsr/rpg

Fair enough, they do upcharge for quality figures. When I read "hundreds of minis" I tend to think of bags of skeletons but if you're talking about lots of unique figures for PCs or named NPCs, they aren't sold in bulk that way and may be cheaper to print.

u/roflo1 · 2 pointsr/DnD

> I'm pretty sure I have those exact skeleton figurines

I bought a set of 100 not long ago:

u/Coal_Morgan · 2 pointsr/DnD5e

Go dirt cheap.


Then just do some reaper bones or wizkids for "feature characters" and upgrade as you go along. Unfortunately good minis are almost always expensive. Finding an E-Bay score is always an option.

u/LolaRockabella · 2 pointsr/pics
u/Red-Shirt · 2 pointsr/pics

get her this .... and a spare apartment to assemble it.
30,000+ pieces

u/Kirby747 · 2 pointsr/truezelda
u/PolaroidCubed · 2 pointsr/Cubers

Get some cheap off brand speed cubes from Amazon. And a cyclone boys might be a good option if your looking for something that people have heard of.

HIG Rubik's Cube

Cube Precisely Super Durable Best selling Guarentee

D FantiX Cyclone Xuanfeng Stickerless

SKRABI Stickerless Rubik's Cube

u/RedshirtStormtrooper · 2 pointsr/Cubers

One of my students thought I was cheating every time I solved a cube. She took it upon herself to take a piece out of the cube and move them around... It's nothing expensive:

After having fixed it, it moves like shit. It never was a great cut anyway (well, when I first got it... it was like heaven compared to my Rubiks). I've been eyeing a GTS M, but I don't think I am good enough or can spend $50 for that kind of cube.

But, I really hate how it moves now, it makes me want to move back to the clunky Rubik's

u/guy-from-1977 · 2 pointsr/Jigsawpuzzles

One big puzzle.

Ravensburger Disney Puzzle (40320 Pieces)

u/baccgirl · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. I find Huge jigsaw puzzles to be soooo relaxing to do.
  2. I once ate spider while living in Papua New Guinea.
  3. I once shared an elevator with the Prime Minister of Australia
u/Quellman · 2 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld

Have you seen this puzzle? link

u/Winston_Sm · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

No, actually not. Sorry, mate. I haven't tried it neither. But this would be such a great present. My SO is vicious with puzzles. Even this dozens of Dalmatians puzzle with the same background she did in almost no time. link... It's frustrating to challenge her without reverting to this one... behold....

Are you a puzzle expert by any chance and have other difficult recommendations?

u/ndstumme · 1 pointr/mildlyinteresting

For an easier time you could have a go at my favorite jigsaw. It's a double-sided puzzle where one side is a picture of a bunch of dalmatians, and the other side is the same photo rotated 90 degrees.

u/kermityfrog · 1 pointr/gifs

Do you have a link? I've only found the 500 piece version, which is hard enough.

u/dGhleSBoYXZlIG5vIHdv · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles

Look at the Ravensburger Krypt ones if you like the look of that.

Also, Buffalo do some printed front and back, one rotated 90 degrees. This one looks very hard indeed:

Another one in this range

u/matuba · 1 pointr/pics

When I was a kid my parents got me a double sided puzzle. Same image on both sides, but one side was rotated 90 degrees. I think it was only like 500 pieces. I worked on it an hour or two every day for a month. At the end I had 7 pairs of pieces joined. I ended up using it for kindling for a campfire. That thing was god damned infuriating.

Edit: Like this puzzle: but mine had a different picture. I think it was a nature scene or something. These dalmations look insanely harder.

u/h2ojunkie42 · 1 pointr/pics
u/SamJacksonPLD · 1 pointr/nfl

ooooo was it this one?

u/wagenrace · 1 pointr/pics

I thought it was faked. But here is the amazon link to buy it:

u/adamgent · 1 pointr/pics

Get her this one. Or this one.

u/hbic34 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I spend a lot of time outside geocaching I think that placing one of these caches would be really cool.
This container would be perfect to hold all of your craft supplies . Well if your anything like me you would need about a dozen of these but I’m sure tit would come in handy.
I I really really want it!

u/LPfor3v3r · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/starshine789 · 1 pointr/Gifts

Ive always wanted to give somebody this

edit: actually not that one bc its not prime lol but you get the idea

u/iwakun · 1 pointr/puzzles

I really enjoyed this money bank puzzle. if your budget is $20, you could get the bank and still have $10 left over to put in it.

u/FUZxxl · 1 pointr/pics

How about Ravensburger Krypt? German level puzzleing.

u/NanoMaple · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles

This is the only metallic puzzle I know...

u/AnUpsidedownTurtle · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles

This puzzle from Ravensburger was truly maddening. I ended up taking a couple weeks break from it because it was so difficult. However, the feeling of completing it is true triumph unlike ever before. It's only 654 pieces but it's a doozy. Good luck if you dare.

u/Captain_Sabatini · 1 pointr/rpg

Like I said, different strokes for different folks. I like the setting separated from the mechanics myself. I feel that this causes less confusion, for instance if I am running my homebrew world no one will have the misconception that kobolds are tricky little buggers that live in caves when it turns out they run the banks plus it is just different ways of looking at it.

I see the mixture of fluff and crunch as a painting, it can be either beautiful or a mess but it is there for you right away. While just the crunch is a box full of puzzle pieces (sometimes this puzzle, white side) that you need to work to put together. Though sometimes I will admit I want a painting, then I just need to go find a setting instead of a new system.

u/thebigbradwolf · 1 pointr/pics

Here's how you should spend next month. It'll bring balance to your life.

u/politicalanalysis · 1 pointr/pics

I couldn't find the exact puzzle, but I found a similar one. This one has 500 pieces and two sides, so you can decide to do the easy side or the hard side.

The one I found was at one of those puzzle/game kiosks they set up in malls around Christmas time.

u/FalconMC · 1 pointr/pics

My brother got me a puzzle of The Beatles White Album as a gag gift if you wanna get her one of those!

No, I did not cheat and use the back with the records, I did the white side. Took me forever...

u/amabeebus · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles

I have this and I love it! The board comes out of the carrying case for when you are working on it. When I'm done for the night but don't want to put it completely away I just put the sort trays on top of the puzzle and it covers the whole thing. When I'm done for a while, I put the tray in the carrying case and slide it under my bed. It's awesome! I have a cat too and this protects the puzzle from her quite nicely.

u/kimmyhazard · 1 pointr/10cloverfieldlane

I think someone on unfiction said they found the original puzzle on amazon and it was 250 pieces.

Edit: Scroll down for post... embarrassingly enough I actually replied to the post and forgot... oops

Also here's the puzzle link if you don't want to scroll for it

u/wordswiththeletterB · 1 pointr/10cloverfieldlane

That's a million percent a puzzle of the Eiffel tower. Probably this puzzle:

Edit: Added link

u/EdgeOfDreams · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions - there's a link to get a 1,500 piece puzzle made with any photo you want. If you want to go even bigger, you may need to contact someone with woodworking skills and tools personally, as I doubt there are many companies who will make it. Most people rarely do puzzles bigger than 1,000 pieces, and it would be even rarer to want a custom image on such a large puzzle.

Here's a link to an absurdly large puzzle:

u/Bohemous · 1 pointr/pics

here's another, almost as big.

u/ManWithDominantClaw · 1 pointr/pics

It's been done, the puzzle itself is a classic among enthusiasts. Did you break all the bags and mix the pieces together or did you do it in sections? Either way that's an awesome time.

If you haven't glued it together yet, 'puzzle glue' is just PVC glue and water. Do it all at the same time cause two individually glued sections tend to not fit perfectly.

This is your next challenge. 36000 pieces, six colours :3

u/Tripleberst · 1 pointr/AskReddit

Rubik's cube or any Perplexus

u/Ducttape2021 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I bought all of my immediate family really good presents this year for Christmas. I decided to buy them each some sort of game, so that the excitement just increases after opening presents, instead of going, "Oh, now I get to wear these socks and whatnot."

Also, one of my sisters is getting this, and no doubt it will blow her mind as it did mine when I became aware of its existence during my eight hour online gift shopping binge a few weeks ago.

u/sindex23 · 1 pointr/videos

It's not quite the same, but Amazon sells some for kids. They still look like fun. Then again, I never quite grew up.

u/Strictly_Baked · 1 pointr/trees

I like getting baked and doing these puzzles. I have three and I've never finished one.

The real question is does the grinder work pretty good?

u/dabenor · 1 pointr/gaming
u/ErikZero · 1 pointr/gaming

Someone should send them this puzzle.

u/chazza79 · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

I didn't see the post... is this what you mean by white puzzle though?

u/BowlofSnakesHS · 1 pointr/giantbomb

Idle thumbs mentioned this ridiculously difficult japanese jigsaw puzzle that some unfortunate soul is going to be receiving next holiday season.

u/greenrage · 1 pointr/pics

Will Amazon ship it to you?

u/YellowOnline · 1 pointr/funny

I think you need to do something about your searching skills:

u/lshiyou · 1 pointr/pics

Here is the puzzle if anyone is insane enough to buy it. Link

Full disclosure, there's a micro-print pattern on the back, so I put this together upside down, but I honestly don't know if that made it any easier. I organized the pieces by quadrants and worked from the corners in.

u/Johanson69 · 1 pointr/OnePiece
u/kunuch · 1 pointr/OnePiece

My ex girlfriend got it for me after I finished my first one piece puzzle. I'm like 90% certain this is it

u/DrawerFullOfDicks · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a whole Game of Thrones list...feel free to steal anything you want. Here's a pretty sweet 4D puzzle map of Westeros!

u/nicoomer · 1 pointr/gameofthrones

A man shall have his answer !
The Amazon link I'm refering to :
Where I actually bought it (Store in Europe) :

u/marialala1974 · 1 pointr/crochet

This is the one I got

It comes with lots of tiles. I have never used them all.

u/Jelfia · 1 pointr/knitting

I just ordered

Which is 6'x 6' square. And a ton of t pins.

I just finished and blocked my first large thing. I used old boxes, like amzon box, the wet wipes box ect. And laid towles on it. I poked my pins through the towles in to the boxes. Worked great.

u/Contraserrene · 1 pointr/minipainting

I used some of these to make bonepiles, skull decorations, etc:

The quality is nowhere near a good tabletop mini, and they're a little too big- each skeleton is a bit over two inches tall- but for pieces, they're good.

u/Kepesh-Yakshi · 1 pointr/DnD

There are several mixed sets on Amazon. Just a few:




Mythical Warriors

eBay has a lot too. Search for plastic toy knights, ninjas, monsters, etc. Dollar Stores also carry baggies of cheap toys.

u/Petertwnsnd · 1 pointr/DnD

So, as someone who is relatively new to DMing (started just over a year ago), here's what I'd suggest to make sure you keep your cost down, while still having figures you can slowly replace over time:


Starting off, you can get a lot of generic "green-army-men" style fantasy figures for relatively cheap.

  • Here's some knights
  • Here's some skeletons
  • Here's a random assortment of generic fantasy charcters
  • Here's some undead
  • Here's some barbarians that also just make decent random warriors

    They're not very expensive and what they lack in quality they make up for with quantity.


    The next best solution I have for cheap decent figures is for animals. I've been able to find tubes or tubs of a decent selection of cheap, pre-painted figures at just about every Walgreen's or CVS Pharmacy I've been to. I use these guys for animal encounters, pet companions, and they're especially helpful for my druid.

    If you can't find them at your local drugstore IRL, there's plenty of selections you can find online.

  • Here's just an example of some of the tubes you can find.


    Now, players understand you can't afford unique figures for every encounter. However, I've noticed that the figures you have stand in for whatever they're fighting can sometimes be distracting, or if you have multiple identical figures it can be confusing knowing which one they're targeting in a battle. A great, cheap solution I've found to this is just using multi-colored generic pawn pieces like from the game "Sorry!". The pieces themselves are so nondescript (other than color) that the players have an easier time projecting the combatant you describe onto them, and the various colors make it easier to track what's going on in a battle, both for the players and DM.

    If you can't just salvage an old Sorry game you find lying around you can find packs of the pieces or other generic multi-colored pawns online for very cheap.

  • Multi-colored pawns
  • Meeples
  • Sorry Pieces


    This last suggestion isn't really about where to find cheap figures, but more to address the reason you said you wanted figures in the first place, to "help the immersion".

    You may have heard of the website HeroForge before and it's a great tool for D&D players. It allows you to make very customizable figures for your games. Now, the cost of their cheapest figures are still over $30 for a single figure, so definitely not cheap. However, as a DM, I still regularly use it. I use HeroForge to help design notable NPC's or enemies for my campaign, then save the screenshot of them and post the image in our group chat when the character gets introduced. This is very helpful for a lot of reasons: I get a more solid idea of characters that I was designing in my head, it gives the players a visual and helps with the immersion, and when I DO decide to actually order a character (like, for example, a villain or NPC I know will be reoccurring for many sessions) it becomes a MUCH bigger deal and way more intense.
    I also always recommend that PC's at the very least design their figures on HeroForge for the same reasons.

  • Here's some examples of figures I designed and posted used over the past few months without ever having to spend a dime


    I hope these were helpful. I'm still in the process of building my figure collection as well and love to share cool tips or resources I have found while doing so.
u/T4silly · 1 pointr/DungeonsAndDragons

Miniatures are not necessary, but can certainly be useful in setting up battle scenes and giving a sense of direction and awareness.

You can generally use anything as a miniature: Legos, Army Men, Bottle Caps with arrows drawn on them.

Here is a useful starting selection:



u/Vairminator · 1 pointr/minipainting

Here's the best advice I got when I started. You only get better by doing it a lot. Get some figures that you can learn on. I suggest some crappy action figures or cheap junk for a game. If they look bad or you mess up trying a new thing, who cares? Eventually they will start coming out the way you wanted them to.

Next, read this subreddit's FAQ. I wish I had done that a lot sooner. It's full of good info.

Now go watch some YouTube videos while you practice, practice, practice. u/dvdbradford is giving you the basics of thining your paint, so listen. You'll find that's what everyone is doing in those videos. And paint in layers. Base coat, wash, highlight and detail.

u/unbaked89 · 1 pointr/DnD
u/Runnerbrax · 1 pointr/minipainting

I found it. Does this link work?

And is .ca California? I live in Tahoe and they shipped to me no problem.

u/whoisthisgirlisee · 1 pointr/minipainting

I would guess you would want something like this.

If you want fairly cost effective good looking skeletons the Runewars reanimated packs offer a pretty good value I think, not as good as what Warlord Games has though.

There's also these from Secret Weapon which seem maybe a little pricey but comes already disassembled for you! the Sack o Skulls particularly might be helpful, $15 for ~50 skulls

u/insaniak89 · 1 pointr/rickandmorty

There is

Ravensburger New York City 32000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle for Adults – Softclick Technology Means Pieces Fit Together Perfectly

Idk if it’s 2 years...

u/scorpionsting6x3 · 1 pointr/pics

It's not being made anymore, but amazon is still selling them. The newer version looks loads more fun:

u/sabretoooth · 1 pointr/pics

Yeah this one seems like death by puzzle though.

u/NuclearJuicebox · 1 pointr/ageofsigmar
u/caninehere · 1 pointr/truezelda

I know, right? I saw the price and squealed, and then the shipping destroyed my hopes.


It's available on if you're in Canada, though currently out of stock.

u/Eezaa · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I nominate /u/Glasspirate for [this 10.00 gift] ( because he is cool and is a very positive person and /u/kratz5ive for [this 10.00 gift] ( because he is super cool and nice.

u/pRiest06 · 1 pointr/gamecollecting

I don't know. My girlfriend showed up with it one night. I'll look around and see what I can find.
edit Appears to have come from amazon.

u/reddittailedhawk · 1 pointr/zelda

You think this one was bad? Try the map puzzle.

u/TheManchesterAvenger · 1 pointr/zelda

It was on there yesterday for £5.99. Looks like the seller that had it removed it. Here's the disabled listing:

u/Joshers744 · 1 pointr/zelda

Well, it's not a custom idea, but this is a really cool Zelda puzzle I just bought the other day :

That being said, maybe consider doing one of the maps of Hyrule from your favorite Zelda, or whatever land the game you choose takes place in.

u/inanimatus_conjurus · 1 pointr/Cubers

I have a theory about that price markup thing. Cubelelo has an Amazon store where they sell a lot of the same products as their website. By showing the MRP as much higher than it is, they can claim to have a 50-60% discount on the products. Example.

I assume this boosts the hit rate for Amazon searches, and definitely promotes impulse buying when the general public sees such large discounts. Not the best business practice, but lots of sellers do this.

u/SEND_ME_RUBIKS_CUBES · 1 pointr/blogs

A MoYu AoLong V2 from Amazon

u/Imapossum · 1 pointr/Cubers

Is Amazon trustworthy of the Moyu AoLong V2 or should i stick with cubicle?

u/glvangorp · 1 pointr/Cubers

Well I wish I would've posted here first. This is what I ordered. Is this what you're talking about?

u/ddaug4uf · 1 pointr/Cubers

Looks like a rebranded GuanLong

u/np_dynamite · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/boogyyman · 1 pointr/Cubers

Guanlong that was repackaged I believe as The Cube

u/ShadyLogic · 1 pointr/blackmagicfuckery

Here (took like 30 seconds)

Smash-it Stress Relief Jelly Soft Golden Pig Ball

u/kdn102 · 1 pointr/todayilearned

I bought my mom an 18k puzzle once...she was not pleased.

I guess this is the puzzle from OP:

u/AnnaNass · 1 pointr/pics

Currently "only" 292€ in Germany, where Ravensbuger is from.

u/moscow-mule · 1 pointr/Jigsawpuzzles
u/OGIVE · 1 pointr/pics

Looks like a piece is missing below thumper.

Also, you can be the first to review it

u/littlewiese · 1 pointr/disney

600 dollar price tag. Free shipping though so thats nice.

u/wbgraphic · 0 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Easier than this one

  • Feature the same artwork on the back as on the front - turned 90 degrees
  • Die-cut to make the front and back indistinguishable
u/mugiwara_56 · 0 pointsr/OnePiece

For those that are interested:

I know what I'm buying my next check :)

Edit: removed link shortener