Enjoyable puzzle game Picsaw landed in Ubuntu Software Center
Picsaw is a lightweight yet fancy puzzle game, featuring a gaming action centered on uniting puzzles in order to achieve the original image's full state (the puzzle source).
Launching the game, presents the user packs of images and two white-ish big navigation buttons, clicking on them, allows the user to browse the available images.
Breaking an image into puzzles is as simple as clicking on it, process that transforms the clicked image into 12 puzzles (the default behavior), number to be (on-demand) adjusted/increased by clicking the top white-ish puzzle icons (the middle puzzle contains 24 puzzles, the smallest puzzle houses 48 puzzles).
Shuffle button, plunges the gamer into the actual game playing, where combining the correct puzzle pieces is to solve the "mystery".
Although bearing a lightweight approach, the user is to definitely notice the smooth animations, polished buttons and clean elements, bundle of components that generate an enjoyable gaming experience.
Picsaw 1.0 is available via Ubuntu Software Center.