Welcome to the World's Biggest Jigsaw.
The goal of the game is to use your musical knowledge to assemble a jigsaw made up of famous album covers.
Pick up a piece. Listen to the audio clue. Work out what album it belongs to, then drag pieces around the table and attempt to join them with their mates.
Along the way, we hope that you listen to the music with fresh ears, look sharply at the artwork and discover all over again, why these albums are so great.
You can change your view of the table in a number of ways:
When two pieces have been put together, they become a group and can be moved around as one.
You create groups of pieces by moving mates close to each other. They will snap together if they fit, otherwise they are no match and you will have to keep searching for a mate.
You can select a group of pieces by left clicking on it. This will bring up the magnifying glass that will allow you to have a closer look and to work out what album it belongs to
You can bring up the album artwork for a piece by selecting the album from the lid.
This not only let's you see the artwork in detail but lets anyone jump to other pieces that belong to the album.
The Puzzle is a shared space. Moves that you make, impact everyone else who is playing at the same time.
From time to time you will see red arrows like this one come up. These are moves that other people have made. You can help them out by finding other pieces that belong to the album and tagging them using the Lid.
The current world record stands at 32,000 pieces and while the current puzzle falls well short of that number with your help we can get there.
You can help in the following ways:
Oh no - You have run out of lives.
If you can't find a mate for a piece, try to place it close to its kin in order to earn more points.
Dude - You have run out of moves and it has cost you a life.
Score more points to reach the next level.