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Wasgij? What is it? How does it work? And what does it even mean?

Posted on April 05, 2022

Wasgij is jigsaw spelt backwards and is pronounced ‘Woz-gidge’ It first came to market in 1997 and has been the UK’s number one adult jigsaw puzzle range since 2005.

The basic idea behind wasgij is instead of doing the picture you see on the front of the box, you have to use your imagination, and the clues on the box to peace together a different image.

There a 4 different types of Wasgij, they are...

 

Wasgij Original

The brainteaser puzzle that requires puzzlers to use their imagination (and a few clues provided) to put themselves in the position of a particular character that appears in the picture shown on the box. Once the puzzler has done this, they need to imagine what that character is looking at in front of them – that is the image they must piece together.

 

Wasgij Destiny

Wasgij Destiny is the ‘Time Travelling’ concept where puzzlers must use their imagination to piece together what they think the scene and characters shown on the box will look like in the modern day.

 

Wasgij Mystery

These puzzles challenge you to think about what will happen in a few minutes time and put an image together of how the characters shown on the box will have change

 

Wasgij Christmas

this follows the Wasgij Original concept, where you have to use your imagination to piece together what the characters in the scene printed on the box are looking at.

There are 2 other Wajgij concepts which are no longer made, they are...

 

Wasgij Imagine…?

This Wasgij concept asked puzzlers to use their imagination to piece together what they think the scene and the characters shown on the box will look like if imagination turned into reality.

 

Wasgij Back to…?

This Wasgij concept asked puzzlers to ‘time travel’ by using their imagination to piece together what the scene would have looked like in years gone by.

 

View All Wasgij Puzzles Here

 

 

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