Time to get your puzzle hat on again, and solve a jigsaw puzzle of a cartoon poster by Merton Lacey of a busy MOTAT Live Day showing a broad range of activities.
The jigsaw with the most amount of pieces in the world was created by 1600 university students from the University of Economics in Ho Chi Minh city (Vietnam) – the puzzle had a whopping 551, 232 individual pieces. You can read more about the puzzle in the Guinness Book of Records here.
Have a go at putting together the interactive puzzle below.
How to play:
Use your mouse and left click on any piece on the board, and the piece will follow your mouse. To release a piece, just click again and the piece will stay put. A puzzle piece will snap and stay in position with a piece it belongs to, so keep assembling pieces and you will have completed puzzle in no time. Best of Luck!
Hint: Below is the image for the jigsaw, you can use it as a guide for assembling the puzzle.
Merton Lacey. The Museum of Transport and Technology of New Zealand, 02/065/001. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
Click here for some more puzzles at MOTAT Fun.