If you are interested in Puzz 3D puzzles, check out the post I did about Wrebbit Puzz 3D puzzles. The post includes information about the history of the brand, a look at the variety of Puzz 3D puzzles, some strategies that should help with solving them, and even links to where you can purchase specific Puzz 3D puzzles.
Today we are going to look at the Graceland Elvis Presley’s Legendary Mansion Puzz 3D puzzle. Even though I am not a fan of Elvis, the design of this 3D puzzle looked interesting enough that I decided to give it a chance. Finding the puzzle for only a $1 at a rummage sale didn’t hurt either.
While the puzzle is listed as an average difficulty puzzle, I would classify it more as an easy to average puzzle. The puzzle is complicated enough that it won’t bore adults but is is simple enough that it could work as an introductory puzzle for people who have never put a 3D puzzle together before.
While the puzzle has 460 pieces, it is easier than you would expect because there are several distinct design/colors in the puzzle. This makes sorting really easy which means that you can break the puzzle down into manageable pieces. Outside of the roof, the other pieces are easy to assemble. Like most buildings the roof was the hardest part since there is no real distinguishing features that make the pieces easy to match.
As you can tell from the pictures below the puzzle shows quite a few details for one of the older Puzz 3D puzzles. I especially like the little lion statues and the column pillars. The pillars in my copy of the puzzle don’t seem to want to stand up straight though.
If you are interested in purchasing the Graceland Elvis Presley’s Legendary Mansion Puzz 3D puzzle you can purchase it on Amazon.