Puzzles: Dragons We glad to present you our new Puzzle game - Puzzles: Dragons!
With our new game Puzzles: Dragons you can: - Choose one of three game modes. - Collect 21 beautiful dragons Puzzles. - Play any dragons Puzzles you want from the start. - Play on tablet and smartphone. Please rate and comment our app to help us make it better.
Some facts about dragons: - Dragons are creatures from mythology that have magical powers. In antiquity, dragons were mostly envisaged as serpents, but since the Middle Ages, it has become common to depict them with legs, resembling a lizard. - Dragons are usually shown in modern times with a body like a huge lizard, or a snake with two pairs of lizard-type legs, and able to emit fire from their mouths. The European dragons has bat-like wings growing from its back. A dragon-like creature with wings but only a single pair of legs is known as a wyvern. - Many modern authors have used dragons in their stories. J.R.R. Tolkien has Smaug in The Hobbit and J.K. Rowling intorduces dragons that challenge the characters in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. - Dragons are snake or reptile-like creatures that are gigantic and powerful. - Dragons can usually fly and breathe fire or ice. - Dragons fly using large wings and their bodies are covered with scales, as is their long tales. - Many dragons have red, slanted eyes. - Dragons can be fierce or they can be kind and helpful. - Depending on the culture, dragons can posses many different kinds of powers. - Dragons are very popular in China. The phoenix is a dragon that has five claws and was a symbol for the emperors in China. - The blood of a slain dragon is depicted as either beneficent or as poisonous in medieval legend and literary fiction. - The blood of the dragon in Beowulf has acidic qualities, allowing it to seep through iron. Heinrich von Winkelried dies after the blood of the dragon slain by him accidentally drips on him.
A jigsaw puzzle is a tiling puzzle that requires the assembly of often oddly shaped interlocking and tessellating pieces. Each piece usually has a small part of a picture on it; when complete, a jigsaw puzzle produces a complete picture. In some cases more advanced types have appeared on the market, such as spherical jigsaws and puzzles showing optical illusions. Jigsaw puzzles were originally created by painting a picture on a flat, rectangular piece of wood, and then cutting that picture into small pieces with a jigsaw, hence the name. John Spilsbury, a London cartographer and engraver, is credited with commercializing jigsaw puzzles around 1760. Jigsaw puzzles have since come to be made primarily of cardboard. Typical images found on jigsaw puzzles that also include scenes from nature, buildings, and repetitive designs. Castles and mountains are two traditional subjects. However, any kind of picture can be used to make a jigsaw puzzle; some companies offer to turn personal photographs into puzzles. Completed puzzles can also be attached to a backing with adhesive to be used as artwork.
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