I was so excited to find out that I was given the chance to review Hasbro's new Ji Ga Zo Puzzle. I had actually already seem a commercial for it and it looked soooo cool! My girls and I love to do puzzles, so this would be perfect to have a family night with.
Ji Ga Zo is a puzzle that you can use your own image with. The best part is when you create your puzzle, you can start all over and make a new one. You are able to make as many puzzles out of images as you like. Since I have four daughters this worked out perfectly for me!!
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.
My girls and I had so much fun making puzzles of each of our faces. This has became our favorite weekend game. We just have to draw straws and figure out whose face we get to do!
Ji Ga Zo includes CD-ROM with software and instructions, 300 puzzle pieces and assembly grid. Adult installation required and this is for ages 8 and up.
Note* PC system minimum requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7, 2 GHz, 1 GB memory, 600 dpi printer, 4x CD-Rom or Macintosh OS X 10.4.11, 1.83 GHz Intel, 512 memory, 600 dpi printer, 4x CD-Rom.
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Disclosure - I received a free copy of Ji Ga Zo to provide a fair and honest review. All opinions expressed are strictly my own and were not influenced in any way. No form of monetary compensation was exchanged.