London’s Tower Bridge 3D Puzzle new from Ravensburger
Ravensburger announce their newest addition to its 3D puzzles the iconic replica of London’s Tower Bridge. Families nationwide will be able to to create the 216 piece 3D Puzzle by using the company’s Premium Puzzle Softclick Technology.
This new puzzle joins the debut collection of Moshi Monsters, The Hobbit and a host of other new toys, games and puzzles all making their debut in September – Christmas is going to be full of 3D goodies this year!
Thomas Kaepple, CEO of Ravensburger said: “Our 3D puzzles have been so popular with kids and families that we’re adding to the line with an impressive new structure, the magnificent Tower Bridge of London,”
“We’re also very excited about expanding our collection of licensed 2D and 3D puzzles with kid-favorites Tinga Tinga Tales, Moshi Monsters and The Hobbit as well as a range of other great products that will appeal to a wide range of ages,”
Joining the assortment of impressive structures such as a Big Ben, Empire State Building and more the Tower Bridge of London will feature highly detailed pieces to match exactly the way we see it – Just not in the same height and width as this just wouldn’t fit in the Living Room!
Other new sets including tinga Tinga Tales puzzles which are based on the daily show on Disney Junior will include, three puzzles for preschoolers which will feature vivid designs to bring the African-inspired series to life!
The assortment includes: Tinga Tinga Tales: Sing-Along, a 24-pc floor puzzle featuring the show’s animal cast happily engaged in a song; Tinga Tinga Tales: Funny Monkey, a 35-pc puzzle of the familiar animal cast all smiling and Tinga Tinga Tales: Go Lion Go!, a 60-pc puzzle with the lion character on the run in the forefront.
Designed so that you and your families will have endless amounts of fun building these new 3D puzzles this will not only help with hand and eye co-ordination but is likely going to test your patience…just a little.
Due for release in September 2012 these new toys are going to be a big seller for Christmas. You can visit the Ravensburger website here: Ravensburger.com