games were also made for and computers. Users first build the puzzle, which is a digital version of an existing 3D puzzle, by clicking and dragging the pieces. When completed, a fictional mystery must be solved taking place in that landmark. Four games were made for Windows and Mac. These are Puzz 3D: Neuschwanstein Bavarian Castle, Puzz 3D: , Puzz 3D: The , and Puzz 3D: . A fifth game was also made of The Lamplight Manor featuring a 3D tour when completed.
The beauty of many 3-D puzzles is that they come with their own instructions. Those intricate Japanese are meant to be opened, but only by the owner, who can presumably keep the steps a secret. The same goes for many 3-D puzzles that are really more like wooden models of ships, buildings, or animals. Paul Gallant's 3-D jigsaw puzzles -- sold under the names of Wrebbit and Puzz3D -- don't come with step-by-step directions, but do include detailed diagrams of the finished puzzle from several angles and tips for locating corner pieces and "hidden" pieces whose location isn't clear from the pictures.
Typically, the structures released were famous , including the , , , and the . In addition to this, has also released science-fiction themed puzzles, such as the spacecraft from the film , and structures from legends such as 's at . Puzz 3D also released buildings of notable time periods, including a . In addition to these structures, they have also produced , such as the 1956 . Puzz 3D also released a puzzle based on , which allows for putting the puzzle together and then playing the game. The puzzles released also include a puzzle, which includes the area around the and the . This New York puzzle is set before the so the Twin Towers are included. This puzzle is Hasbro's largest, at 3141 pieces.
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