Retro Wasgij Original 4 A Day to Remember 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Wasgij Original Retro 4: A Day to Remember! 1,000-piece Puzzle
To celebrate the hugely popular Wasgij jigsaw puzzle brand, the fourth Wasgij Original puzzle that was ever produced, has been re-released in a special edition Retro range. So why not enjoy this puzzle and see where Wasgij began…
The ceremony is almost finished, and the photographer wants to capture the happy couple’s joy with all their closet loved ones. As the photographer counts down “3…2…” the Groom is shocked to see something behind the lens that’s about to ruin this magical moment. Imagine you are the Groom whose jaw has dropped below his waist coast and try to imagine what has ruined his biggest day – that is what you are puzzling.
Wasgij Original is the unique brainteaser puzzle concept where you have to work out the cause of the scene in the puzzle box image and discover why the characters in the illustration are looking so shocked? Can you use the clues to determine what has happened? Use your imagination and puzzle what everyone is looking so shocked about. Remember, only the puzzle holds the answer!
The finished size of the puzzle measures 68 x 49 cm (approximately) and the jigsaws have been produced using a high-quality cardboard and precision die-cutting techniques to ensure every jigsaw piece maintains its original shape time and time again.
So why is Wasgij so popular? With traditional jigsaws the puzzler builds the image that they can see on the box. With Wasgij they must build an image that is different to that shown on the box. Although we give a few clues, Wasgij really challenges the puzzler to use their imagination. Put that together with great drawings and pictorial humour and it is no surprise that Wasgij has topped the jigsaw puzzle charts for so many years. This entertaining Wasgij Original jigsaw puzzle was produced by Jumbo’s artist – Graham Thompson.
- A 1000-piece Wasgij jigsaw puzzle
- This Wasgij puzzle is an Original concept where you must puzzle what the people in the image shown on the box are looking at
- The puzzle image has been illustrated by the talented artist Graham Thompson
- The puzzle has been produced using a high-quality cardboard
- The finished puzzle measures 68x49cm (approximately)