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Or in this case a BUMBLEBEE!!!
Last year I found a flower bed just teeming with those adorable fuzz-butts. So I dug up an old camera and started blasting! Let me tell you, I gained a whole new appreciation of professional photographers' work, because those little buggers just won't stay still long enough for me to get a good shot! But some came out pretty OK I think.
Mostly by accident :)
EDIT And of course I forgot something (－‸ლ)
The giveaways are behind an sgtools check for all activated wins, Level 0, last until April 18th 16:00 GMT.
List of games:
A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda
Back to Bed
Ballpoint Universe - Infinite
Boss Rush: Mythology
Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils
Europa Universalis IV Extreme Edition
Flatout Complete Pack
Hard Reset Extended Edition
Heart of Smoke
Inner World, The
Mini Motor Racing X (key also activates Mini Motor Racing EVO)
Path to Mnemosyne
Pendula Swing - The Complete Journey
Red Johnson's Chronicles - 1+2 - Steam Special Edition
Tower of Archeos
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Ну, времени у тебя ещё полно, так что удачи :)
Congrats on the photo, looks really nice. Well done.
Bee Happy Bump~
Hah! I haven't seen that one in a while, thanks!
Nice photo bump
Thanks for that, Jigsaws are awesome, and so are bees :)
Didn't enter, but have a bump.
You're welcome and thanks!
This one was tough on my poor brain. But solved and ty 😎👍
I'm not used to puzzles.. But how the hell are people solving this in 15-20 min?!
Took me 2:36h 😂 bzz bzz
Well I'm not the quickest by any means, but my time is still on the leaderboard.
Here's how I do it:
Start with making the frame - edge pieces are the easiest to identify.
As you do this, sort all the others by shape - so later you don't need to hunt through the whole pile for a shape you need, you just go "A piece with four pips? It's in this row."
And as you go sorting the pieces also look out for easily identifiable shapes and colours. In case of my puzzle, the bumblebee and the flower it's sitting on are the only ones in focus, so their pieces are easy to notice and you can connect them as you go or move them aside for later if nothing immediately fits together. Same goes for the sky (no other big white blobs in the picture) or the black board on the right (it's the only thing with that particular shade of dark grey).
Although I remember seeing someone post a video of a jigidi done really quickly, and they didn't really sort any pieces - I guess some people are just way better at pattern recognition.
Ah all very good tips 🙂 appreciated
Bump! Thank you for the jigidi.
Solved! thank you so much for some great games!
Thanks for the jigi & Train😆
Thanks for the train and puzzle!