As a Game of Thrones fanatic, this is a really cool way to get my fill of the show in between seasons and books (Come on, George R.R. Martin. Where’s that sixth book?). The puzzle-lover in me likes the more than 1,400 pieces between the map puzzle and the topography puzzle. The fan in me loves the collectible structures, including an Iron Throne.
Here’s the catch to the 4D Cityscape puzzles: the puzzle is (rightfully) recommended for kids ages 13 and up. The 4D Cityscape Puzzles are challenging and a time commitment. However, the end result of all your hard work and dedication is a really cool collector’s item that’s fun to build in the process.
Check out the cool trailer for it, which is creatively made to look like the Game of Thrones opening credits:
4D Cityscape puzzles are available in real-world cities too, such as New York, London, and Washington, D.C.
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