Original 33 Calm on the Canal

£14.00

SKU: 19173

Wasgij Original 33 Calm on the Canal 1000 Piece Puzzle is the brilliantly funny 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle that features carnage on the canal! 

Wasgij Original is the ‘what are they looking at?’ puzzle concept where you have to use your imagination and the clues provided to piece together what the characters in the image printed on the box are looking at.

The image printed on the front of the box depicts a man cruising down the canal on his boat. When suddenly he hears something behind him, causing him and the people around to stop and stare! What could be happening to get this surprised reaction from everyone? Try to imagine you are the farmer on the bridge and what he can see - THIS is the scene you will have to puzzle, not the image on the box! (See the photos for an example of what's on the box versus what you have to puzzle!)

Fair warning!! There is no picture of the finished puzzle with this jigsaw - that's all part of the challenge and the fun!

  • 1000 pieces
  • 12 years +

Part of our Classic and Comic Puzzle Collection.

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Melville George
Great fun

Not quite as tricky as I had expected-as long as you forget the picture on the box and sort the pieces into related groups. My wife didn’t see it at all-was just kept informed of my progress-so she can start it afresh.

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Anne Hollis

great puzzle

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Jane Frechette
Great Fun!!

Although I had an idea of what the picture would be there were lots of funny things going on!

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Sandra Cudworth
Chaos on the canal.

Wasgij puzzles are challenging but good fun and will keep you guessing all the way as the picture on the front is not the finished jigsaw! The characters are larger than life & the quality of the jigsaw is excellent. A great way to spend lockdown.

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Mike Nixon
Chaos on the canal

Another excellent jigsaw from Wasjig full of humour and invention. The detail in the finished puzzle is outstanding and the quality of the pieces is first class.
These puzzles are an all consuming and compulsive way to pass the time in the current lockdown.