Animated Jigsaws

Animated Jigsaws

When it comes to Switch, there are no shortage of puzzle games. What there isn’t however, is a puzzle game, all about puzzle pieces, till next month anyway. Rainy Frog Games have announced that come April 5, Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery will launch on the Nintendo Switch. A trailer, screenshots and today’s announcement can be found below:




Animated Jigsaws Beautiful Japanese Scenery is Coming to the Nintendo Switch:


Piece together animated jigsaw puzzles of Japan’s most beautiful scenery and watch them gradually come to life before your eyes!


Title: Animated Jigsaws: Beautiful Japanese Scenery

Available: 5th April, 2018 (worldwide)

Platform: Nintendo Switch

Genre: Puzzle

Players: 1-4

Price: US$9.99, 8.99 Euros, 7.99 UK Pounds

Developer: DICO/BottleCube



Complete the moving jigsaw puzzles alone or team up with friends and finish them together! “Animated Jigsaws – Beautiful Japanese Scenery” contains moving images from spring, summer, autumn and winter capturing the natural beauty of Japan from all four seasons. Piece together scenes from some of Japanese most famous places including Mt. Fuji, Kyoto, Tokyo and the Snow Monkeys enjoying a bath in a natural hot spring! The hectic scramble crossing at the metropolitan Shibuya district in Tokyo is also included.



  • Solve puzzles with friends in multiplayer for up to 4 players
  • Easy-to-play traditional jigsaw puzzle
  • 10 animated scenes of beautiful scenery from Japan
  • Famous locations taken from all seasons
  • Selection of three background colors
  • 3 sizes for each puzzle: 60, 120 and 240 pieces
  • Saves time spent completing each puzzle and each size
  • Separate edge and inner pieces
  • Each piece snaps into place for stress-free experience
  • Ability to snap individual pieces together
  • Save a puzzle half way and continue later
  • Selection of traditional Japanese music to choose from



Source: Rainy Frog Games PR


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