This game is not for the faint of heart. You are given a grid with a varying number of pieces and you have to slide the pieces around to complete the piece of art. This one’s hard. You have been warned.
Ahhhh....Florence! It's gorgeous. It's lovely. It's beautiful....but only if you can put it back together. Otherwise it's just a jumbled mess! It's a Thomas Cole puzzle! Don't be late!
Play the Game! View of Florence by Thomas Cole
A horse is a horse of course of course unless of course the horse is the famous horse drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Then it's just a two-dimensional representation of a horse. But what if that representation is all wrong? Can all the king's horses and all the king's students put it back together again? I don't know. Give it a try!
Play the Game! Leonardo da Vinci: Study of Horses
Do you like Pelicans? Not to be confused with Penguins. They're quite different as you can see. But they both like water. This is John James Audubon's American White Pelican. Can you put him back together? I hope so!
Play the Game! American White Pelican (Puzzle Game)
What better painting to use for our first puzzle than the Mona Lisa? What is she smiling at? What kind of smile is it? Knowing? Reflective? Did someone just tell an elephant joke? Or is it possible she just heard a Dad joke? Horror of horrors! Dad jokes are the worst! Enjoy!
Play the Game! Mona Lisa (Puzzle)