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In fact, many people have turned it into a hobby, with plans to continue even when, eventually, normal routines resume.
But, even the biggest and best jigsaw fanatics might be stumped at this puzzle. Say hello to this 'impossible' transparent jigsaw that resembles a pane of broken glass.
Just looking at this makes our heads hurt, tbh. Created by Yell Design, 'The Accident' is the ultimate challenge and features 215 uniquely shaped pieces that are completely transparent, making it difficult for even the most advanced jigsaw fans.
Yell Design explain it starts relatively easy and gets progressively harder. Tbh, we can't imagine anything more complex than piecing together a smashed pane of glass!
Priced at £52.25, it's made from 3mm of acrylic with the finished product measuring 58.5cm x 55.5cm.
Speaking about the puzzle, its creators said: "This is truly a one-of-a-kind puzzle. Each line, angle and connection was designed by hand, resulting in 215 unique and beautiful clear pieces."
The brand also sells a couple of other incredibly difficult looking puzzles, including one aptly named 'the virus'. Priced at £30.92, 'the virus' is a circular, 91-piece puzzle with a green fluorescent virus centre.
There's a 'fish tank' design, too, which is also transparent but features a bright red fish in the bottom right-hand corner. With 160 pieces, Yell Design warn that while it looks pretty simple, it'll still take at least a weekend even for the most hard-core of puzzlers.
Priced at £41.59, it measures 45.4cm x 28cm once completed (if you actually manage to complete it).
And ever since the puzzles launched on the site, people have been taking to social media to tag family and friends.
One person called it their "favourite [puzzle] so far" while another explained they'd bought as a gift for their dad during lockdown.
"Got one for my dad. Hard to buy for, loves a puzzle and is mad for a challenge. And has time on his hands. Win, win, win, win!" They wrote.
We're definitely trying this one. To purchase either of the three puzzles, head over to the Yell Design website.
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