Archive for the 'Puzzles' Category

New Perplexus puzzles for all ages!

Perplexus is an amazing brain teaser puzzle game.  Play on your own, take turns, or have speed-solving competitions with a friend!  The original version, for ages six and up, would not stay on the shelf this last Christmas season.   As a winner of the Canadian Toy Testing Council’s Children’s Choice Award and a Parents Magazine Top Toy, Perplexus came highly recommended and did not disappoint!

Canadian toy company Plasmart has expanded on the Perplexus concept with two new additions.  We are pleased to welcome Perplexus Rookie(for ages four and up) and Perplexus Epic(for ages eight and up) to our shelves.

Drop by to give them a try, and let us know what you think!

The Rubik’s 5×5

Coming soon to Mrs. Tiggy Winkle’s online shop…

Stretch your mental muscles!

Get into the Christmas Spirit with Cobble Hill Puzzles

Do you find it difficult to get into the Christmas spirit without snow on the ground? Me too! So, if you’re feeling nostalgic for a traditional Christmas scene, look no further. We just received a fantastic selection of Christmas and winter themed puzzles from Cobble Hill. Available in a variety of sizes, difficulty levels and pieces, Cobble Hill puzzles are beautiful, well made toys for all generations.

Walk down memory lane and remember the wonderful, snow topped trees and retro cabins of yesteryear with Cobble Hill puzzles, now available in-store and online at Mrs. Tiggy Winkle’s!

Bhat Boy Puzzle by Ravensburger

Mrs. Tiggy Winkle’s has just received stock of Bhat Boy’s puzzle by Ravensburger! Bhat Boy will be featured as part of the Canadian Artist series. For more information, visit our site or one of our 5 Ottawa locations.

Bhat Boy, a well recognized Ottawa artist from The Glebe, has been creating art since he was fifteen. Ravensburger has selected Bhat Boy’s painting of a winter scene of the Rideau Canal in the Glebe as a feature 1000 piece puzzle. This painting was originally a commission piece for Aurthur Hodgins, owner of Patty’s Pub in Ottawa. Initially entitled “Warm for February”, Bhat Boy renamed it “Winter on the Rideau Canal” This beautiful puzzle will make a perfect gift for any who have lived or visited Ottawa and The Glebe.

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