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Snow Covered Firewood Stack Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: It's a cold winter's day and we need some firewood from outside to keep the house warm. Pick your difficulty level, join us in a breathtaking winter landscape and let's get some dry firewood from the snow covered stack. The trees are all covered in snow, the wood stack and the path around the house also, so be careful.

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