Cycling the Cities
Adam Turman is well known for his bold, colorful and eye-catching screen prints of iconic landmarks throughout the Twin Cities. Within this PuzzleTwist jigsaw Adam takes us on a unique cycling tour of Minneapolis and St. Paul. We hope you enjoy the ride!Here's the twist: A shuffle of tiles, a picture exchange – how the final arrangement will appear is a mystery waiting to be solved.
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Interesting twist on the puzzle. I had to look to find what I was looking for for Maynard so I didn't find it but I won't tell my husband until he finds it. We were able to identify most of the places. What does the 612 and 651 represent?
Joann, thanks for doing a PuzzleTwist jigsaw puzzle and taking the time to write a nice review. The numbers 612 and 651 are the area codes for the Twin Cities. Minneapolis (612) and St. Paul (651).
I absolutely love the image in this puzzle. The piece quality is generally good but for the price I paid, I was extremely disappointed to find three pieces in the box with wobbly middle sections that are fragile and will easily break into two pieces. I expect better for the price.
Julie, thanks for the feedback. I agree! We need to watch to make sure pieces don't get to thin in areas that they could break. The good news is that we change up our random cut puzzle die on a regular basis and we try to watch out for these issues. So hopefully the next PuzzleTwist jigsaw puzzle you purchase you will not see this happening. Thank for doing our puzzles and taking the time to do a review.
My boyfriend and I could not stop working on this puzzle. Amazing quality, beautiful artwork by Adam Turman, and a super fun twist.
I've done this puzzle numerous times and the quality is a great as the first time I did it. I even came home one night to my roommate (who hates puzzles) starting it on the kitchen table! A fun, bright image by a great artist mixed with fantastic, high-quality pieces makes for a winning puzzle!
This was such a fun puzzle. It wasn't frustratingly complicated but enough of a challenge to make it interesting. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole process and will get it out again when my grandchildren come to visit.