Our Story

Over 15.000 players enjoy our games every day

We are incredible proud to be able to bring joy in peoples’ lives every day.

Every time we get a chance, we spend endless hours playing board games. We have a cupboard full of games from scrabble, chess and backgammon to modern games such as Settlers of Catan and Carcassone.

Among other relaxing activities, we enjoy solving jigsaw puzzles in our spare time. However, we noticed that the search for the perfect puzzle image, with the right number of pieces and the set-up logistics for solving a puzzle sometimes takes too long, and too much space. Plus, after doing the same puzzle several times, we would get bored with it and needed a new one to get excited about. We realized that we needed a more sustainable and cost-effective way if we wanted to continue practicing our hobby.

We realized we wanted to create a jigsaw game which one would gladly come back to.

So, we built a game where you can play a new puzzle every day. Our plan was to implement a functionality that will allow you to pick a new picture, the number of pieces and the shapes of the pieces before starting the game.

That’s how our first game Jigsaw Puzzle Frenzy was born. Soon after that, we saw that there are more opportunities for other kind of classical board games. So we kept on building games that we love playing every day.

Timeline

January 2013

We published our first game, Jigsaw Puzzle Frenzy in the Microsoft Store

March 2013

We published Jigsaw Puzzle Kids, a puzzle game for kids

March 2017

We published Hexa Word Search, a word search game that challenges players to find words in a honecomb-like structure

September 2017

We published Jigaw Puzzle Frenzy in the App Store

May 2018

We published Jigsaw Puzzle Journey, a jigsaw game with travel inspired puzzles

2018

We published Hexa Word Search in the App Store

May 2019

We published Jigsaw Puzzle Nature, a jigsaw game containg exclusively images from nature

June 2019

We launched Word Search Master, a game similar to Hexa Word Search, but with square pieces