It has a variety of background music tracks to choose from and several puzzle images to use.
The puzzle images include cartoon characters, letters, numbers, Roman numerals, icons, dingbats and two maps.
In addition, you may add your own graphics and use the editor to create your own puzzle.
The game board consists of 200x200 pixels, and each tile is 40x40 pixels. Pictures of any size can be added through the use of copy-and-paste and are automatically resized to fit the puzzle grid.
However, for the best results, it's better to start with images that are already 200x200 pixels.
If you don't care for any of the background music choices, you can turn the sound off and listen to your favorite CD as you play.
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