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Large Excavator Digging Jigsaw Puzzle Game

After enabling piece rotation you can rotate a piece by double clicking/ tapping on it or pressing the space key while dragging the piece.

Large Excavator Digging Puzzle Details:

About: Time to start digging! Pick your difficulty level, toggle piece rotation on or off, click start and put the large digging excavator back together as fast as you can and get your time on our leader boards. Excavators are also called diggers, mechanical shovels, or 360-degree excavators. Modern hydraulic excavators come in a wide variety of sizes. The smaller ones are called mini or compact excavators.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 07/Apr/2018

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