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Wooden Toy Castle 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.

Wooden Toy Castle Puzzle Details:

About: Let's take out our wooden toy blocks and build a castle in this fun new jigsaw puzzle.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 09/Jun/2013

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