I created the uJigsawArt© Jigsaw Puzzle Games because I wanted to figure out a way to make art history fun - and GAMING is fun. I really enjoy seeing how fast I can go and keeping track of my best scores, but I have a competitive side that just loves trying to see how well I compare with opponents ;-D
I also have an evil side that loves trumpeting my successes to Facebook and Twitter.
Once I discovered how easy it is to set up on the Apple Games Center and look for people to compete with there, I just had to have that for this app.
Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci.
If you double click on Mona, an album of all 52 uJigsawArt images will open up.
I also wanted to to make it easy to use - I'm a technophobe. uJigsawArt© Jigsaw Puzzle Games works anywhere I can take my iPad or iPhone. Break the puzzle into the number of pieces I feel like, then no matter where I am, actual assembly is as easy as doing a real puzzle on a table – whether I am waiting in the cash register line or taking the train to work, or lucky enough to have that outdoor café chair in the sun!
Reconstruction of the Temple of Jerusalem, Master of the Echivinage
Last , I wanted to make uJigsawArt© Jigsaw Puzzles gorgeous – I wanted to do better than pictures of cute kittens.
Hey, what do you expect, I'm a Famous Artist Fan. So of course, lots of great art has got to go in my app.
St George and the Dragon, Paolo Uccello
Go here if you would like to download the app from the Apple Store. Go here if you would like to look at the instructions for use of the app. And go here if you would like to see tips and techniques for playing jigsaw puzzles.
Irises, Vincent Van Gogh
1. You can choose from 52 gorgeous paintings and drawings to choose from.
2. You have realistic control over the puzzle pieces of your jigsaw puzzle games.
3. You can turn sound effects on or off.
4. You can post your finished puzzles on Facebook and Twitter.
5. You can create puzzles ranging from 4~300 pieces.
Self Portrait, Rembrandt van Rijn
6. You can zoom in or move around the game table virtually.
7. You click a button to go to the Apple Game Center to compete for top scores.
8. You can select the game table surface you prefer.
9. You can save your finished puzzle images to your iPad's photo library.
10. You can time yourself and track your top scores.
Matthew the Evangelist, Master of the School of Canterbury
Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window, Jan Vermeer van Delft
Rebecca at the Well, Nicolas Poussin
Pierre Séguier, Chancellor of France, Charles Le Brun
Portrait of Mr and Mrs Andrews, Thomas Gainsborough
The Stolen Kiss, Jean-Honoré Fragonard
The Oath of the Horatii, Jacques-Louis David
Napoleon on His Imperial Throne, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres
A Young Tiger Playing With His Mother, Eugène Delacroix
The Burning of the House of Lords, Joseph Turner
Trussing Hay, Jean-François Millet
The Grand Pont, Gustave Courbet
The Seine at Courbevoie, Georges Seurat
Houses of Parliament, Stormy Sky, Claude Monet
Ophelia, John Everett Millais
Dancer, Edgar Degas
Landscape with Viaduct (Mont Saint-Victoire)
Madame Roulin, Paul Gaugin
Girls at the Piano, Pierre Auguste Renoir
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