I love Jigidi, but I have never been thrilled with the fact that it is powered by Adobe Flash. I use an Android phone, and could never get Flash to work on it. On my Windows computers, Flash always needed updates because of hackers exploiting vulnerabilities in it.
It’s almost back to school time, and here at the Harvey Mercheum, that means pencil cases! While I do have several more to exhibit, the next exhibit to be turned into a Jigidi puzzle just happened to be a pencil case, so here it is!
What a happy coincidence! Last week, I posted the Richie Rich Inflatable Chair, and mentioned the Casper version I had exhibited previously. As it turns out, the Casper chair was the next exhibit to be made into a Jigidi puzzle!
While I love Jigidi, and have been solving puzzles on the website for years, I am not thrilled that it uses Adobe Flash. I found a more technologically advanced puzzle website called Jigsaw Planet, but they do not allow hyperlinks, copyrights or any way to take credit for the image, so for the moment I am sticking with Jigidi. If you know of an online jigsaw puzzle website that does not use Flash and allows proper crediting of images, please let me know in the comments below!
Today I created puzzles of another item I feel reinforces the need for this website, the Richie Rich Wallet by Larami. Larami used the same part number and UPC for two variants, a green version and a yellow version. Having photographs of each makes this easy to see, and easy to identify the differences. Enjoy the puzzles!