Jumbo Games details new Toy Story 4 puzzle range

Jumbo Games has launched a range of five new puzzles for fans of Buzz, Woody and the cast of Toy Story as Disney-Pixar prepares to release the fourth instalment of the popular film franchise this summer.

Jumbo’s new range of Toy Story 4 puzzles consist of five formats depicting the much-loved classic characters, as well as the new arrivals in the upcoming release. The range is available to order now, helping retailers to tap into the excitement around the summer blockbuster.

Toy Story 4 will land in cinemas across the UK from June 21st.

The new range includes two of Jumbo’s best-selling pre-school formats, the 4 Shaped Puzzles Box Set and the 4in1 Puzzle Pack. These popular puzzle formats will be joined by the creativity-inspiring Puzzle & Colour Box Set, featuring a double-sided puzzle that allows children to create their own Toy Story masterpieces by colouring in the black & white picture that is printed on the back on the puzzle, using the free crayons provided.

New to the Jumbo portfolio and launching for the new Disney release, is the 4 Round Puzzle Box Set with colourful scenes to be pieced together. Older fans have not been forgotten, with a larger 50-piece Movie Collection Poster puzzle focused on a movie-poster style finish.

The new puzzles join Jumbo’s existing popular 50-piece puzzle which includes a free sticker sheet for children, in a classic Toy Story design, featuring favourites from the original movies.

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