You Can Now Get A 1000-Piece 'Stranger Things' Jigsaw Puzzle
Ever since lockdown began three months ago, we've completed more jigsaws than we ever did when we were kids.
But after weeks of cracking puzzles, the standard jigsaw just doesn't cut it anymore, does it? They're just too easy. If, like us, you're looking for an extra challenge, say hello to the 'impossible' Stranger Things puzzle.
But what makes the puzzle so tricky?
Well, it's made up of a retro pin design, featuring tiny badges that look like they've been scattered across a surface.
Thanks to the pins overlapping and the fact it has 1,000 pieces, it seems very complex indeed and we can't wait to waste hours on it!
Each pin on the puzzle has a nostalgic Stranger Things theme - there's Dustin's cap, Hopper's bearded face, the number 11 and the Hawkins Police Department badge.
Other pins include a silhouette of two bicycles as well as Joyce's iconic alphabet lights.
It's priced at £12.99 and is available over on Truffle Shuffle, where standard delivery is priced at £3.95.
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"We love the retro, 80s feel of the cult Netflix series, Stranger Things and are also totally appreciating the nostalgic pin badges design of this pretty tricky Stranger Things 1000 piece jigsaw," reads the description.
"Can you spot the dastardly mind flayer, Eleven in deep concentration, Dustin's cap and Hopper's admirable bearded face? Well, you will when you finish."
The jigsaw is made from cardboard and measures approximately 69cm x 50cm.
Last month, we told you about another impossibly difficult jigsaw, shaped like the moon.
The circular design certainly looks like it requires a great deal of patience and determination, with round edges, and an impossibly difficult design.
Made by Crazywind and sold on Amazon, the jigsaw, £15.98, is said to be made of a high-quality sturdy paper material with a smooth finish.
This looks like it would challenge even the most advanced puzzle fan...
Featured Image Credit: Netflix
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