Mega enters the puzzle sector

Mega Puzzles Breakthrough 3D collection to launch in September.
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Mega's new range combines traditional puzzling with a new 3D dimension. After the 2D puzzle has been put together the specially designed clips can are used to construct the unique cardboard pieces into 3D components, creaitng images that fit into the overall puzzle artwork.

The collection includes three different levels. Level one designs include around 100 pieces and are suitable for ages six and over. The level features licences like Marvel Heroes, Spiderman, Princess Heart and Spongebob Squarepants.

Level two puzzles are designed for kids aged eight and over and feature a number of designs including a Hot Air Balloon set, a Cars 2 puzzle and Mickey Mouse. With over 250 pieces, level two puzzles involve a greater number of folding techniques.

Finally, the level three puzzles are suitable for older children and trational puzzlers. The range includes 300+ piece designs like a wolf and Spiderman scenes.

Each level is due to launch in September/October and are priced from £14.99.

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