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Colorful Toy Building Blocks Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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Colorful Toy Building Blocks Puzzle Details:

About: The colorful toy building blocks featured in today's puzzle are part of a construction set. These kind of interlocking toy bricks are popular with children and are used to build different structures, objects or models. Building Blocks (also toy blocks, building bricks or simply blocks) are usually made out of plastic, wood or foam pieces, come in variety of shapes and colors.
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