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Brightly Colored Umbrellas Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Brightly Colored Umbrellas Puzzle Details:

About: Looking for a bit of shade on a hot summer day? We've got the solution. Start today's new puzzle and join us under the dozens of brightly colored umbrellas featured in this new game. Put the red, yellow, blue and green umbrellas back together piece by piece and complete today's challenge. Have fun!

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