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To make the puzzles and learning more interesting, every level has a differently shaped puzzle piece. So that kids learn 50 different shapes like a Square, Heart, Fish, and Umbrella etc. Playing the game will enable kids to think shapes, use their brain to know exactly how to complete a particular picture, it will help develop quick thinking, hand eye co-ordination and in the end make them learn a good habit every time they complete a puzzle. On top of that every puzzle has a timer countdown to clock your best time. This keeps up the excitement of solving the puzzle all through the playing experience.
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