Ji Ga Zo 300 Piece Puzzle - Sepia
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- Revolutionary puzzle lets you rearrange the same 300 pieces again and again to create everyone you know.
- Each puzzle piece has a unique color shading and symbol that builds a mosaic style puzzle.
- Completed puzzle measures 9.98" by 13.27”.
- Comes with CD-ROM with software and instructions, 300 pieces and assembly grid.
- Personal computer and printer required. Adult installation required.
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Take puzzle making to revolutionary new heights with Ji Ga Zo, Hasbro's amazing new puzzle game. Ji Ga Zo lets you create mosaic-style pictures of anyone--from the Mona Lisa to your best friend--all with the same 300 pieces. As long as you have a digital image, Ji Ga Zo can turn it into a puzzle. Ji Ga Zo is recommended for puzzle-makers ages eight and up, and it requires a personal computer and printer.
Create mosaic-style pictures of anyone--from the Mona Lisa to your best friend! View larger.
No matter whose image you want to turn into a puzzle, Ji Ga Zo can do it--all with the same 300 pieces. The Ji Ga Zo puzzle pieces have special shading that lets them create almost any face image. Each piece is marked with a unique icon for reference in creating your puzzle.
Start out with any digital image and upload it to the Ji Ga Zo software. The software determines the placement of each piece and builds a unique icon map based on the image. Print your icon map, and then reference it to arrange Ji Ga Zo's pieces on the included assembly grid. As you put the pieces together, you will see your image start to take shape.
300 Pieces Create an Almost Endless Variety of Images
Because of their special shading, the Ji Ga Zo pieces can be used over and over again in unique combinations to create an almost endless variety of images. As long as you have a digital image, Ji Ga Zo can turn it into a puzzle. And once you're done with your puzzle, you can upload another image, create another icon map, and put together another puzzle. The possibilities are virtually endless.
To help you get started right away, the Ji Ga Zo CD-ROM includes icon maps for Mona Lisa, a dog, a kitten, a panda bear and Mr. Monopoly.
- Windows XP/Vista: 7: 2 GHz processor, 1 GB memory
- Mac OS X 10.4.11: 1.83 GHz Intel processor, 512 MB memory
- Linux Fedora 8/Ubuntu 7.10/OpenSUSE 10.3: 2 GHz processor, 1 GB memory
600 dpi black and white
What's in the Box
300 puzzle pieces, assembly grid, CD-ROM with software and instructions.
Create a puzzle of a dog...
and even Mr. Monopoly!
From the Manufacturer
Ji Ga Zo is revolutionizing the puzzle category! This awesome puzzle has 300 pieces that you arrange to create any face — even your own! Start out with any digital image and upload it using the Ji Ga Zo software. The software figures out the placement of each piece and builds a unique icon map. Then, it’s up to you to arrange the pieces according to the icon map and watch your own special image come together! These 300 pieces are specially created with unique colors and shading that let them interlock to create almost any face image you upload. The possibilities are virtually endless and the “face-making” fun goes on and on! CD-ROM includes icon maps for Mona Lisa, a collie dog, a kitten, a panda bear and MR MONOPOLY. Includes CD-ROM with software and instructions, 300 puzzle pieces and assembly grid.
Top customer reviews
If you follow the directions, it's extremely easy. The program even gives you a preview of the mosaic before you put it together, so you can judge for yourself if the picture is a hit or a dud.
This puzzle has been so fun, I've already ordered 2 more so that we can split up larger pictures to create more unique and images. Tip: If you're going to do this, it's easy as long as you keep image's aspect ratio to 3:4. That way you don't have to crop anything in the program itself, thereby making it easy to join multiple puzzles together seamlessly.
Here are a couple of cool ideas for this puzzle.
1 Use it to propose ("Will you marry me" could be your image.)
2 Give it as a gift already put together. Include additional printouts for the recipients to enjoy already fabricated puzzle designs.
3 Use it as a surprise way to tell your kids where you're going on vacation this year. Mickey Mouse could be your image; to imply you'll be going to Disney Land.)
4 Decorate your house each holiday with a new image.
I'm sure you could come up with even better ways to use it. And for the price, you could easily get a few. I highly recommend it!
With the included CD, you can take any picture and make a puzzle that matches that picture. The software is really easy to use. All you have to do is load up a photo you have on your computer, select the part of the picture you want to make the puzzle look like, and the program gives you a layout of the pieces to make the image.
It is fun to assemble the puzzle. If you have more than one person working on it, you can each do a different part of the puzzle at the same time. When searching for the particular pieces for your section you can help the other person find their pieces. What is clever is that there are some pieces that can be described the same way. For example there is a "slice of cake" piece as well as a "full birthday cake" piece. Therefore if you ask your friend if they have seen the birthday cake piece, they might give you the wrong one. :-) Where some puzzles can get boring when you get to the part where all the pieces look alike, each piece is unique and it always becomes a hunt for a particular piece all the way to the end.
When assembling the puzzle, it doesn't look like the picture that you wanted it to be at first. However, when completed and you step back from the puzzle, you see the image right away. It is amazing how good the image looks considering how each piece is just a shade of color.
It is one of the few puzzles out there where you will want to disassemble the puzzle and reassemble it again to see a different photo, and it is still fun each time you do it. The pieces interlock very well so you don't have to worry about the puzzle falling apart when you pick it up.