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Assortment of Fruits and Vegetables Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Start the day with a piece of fruit, some delicious vegetables and fun and challenging jigsaw puzzle. Pick a difficulty level, toggle piece rotation on or off, click start and put the colorful puzzle pieces back together and see the green kiwi fruit, the red tomatoes, the yellow bell peppers and other colorful fruits and veggies featured in this fun new game.

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