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Grassy Coastline Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Click start and join us for a walk on the grassy and rocky coastline featured in today's landscape themed jigsaw puzzle. Put the beautiful blue sky, the calm ocean waves and the green coast line back together and get your place on your leader board.

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