National Geographic Puzzle Explorer

Using the National Geographic Puzzle Explorer app for your iOS or Android device is an excellent way to introduce students to the wonders of puzzles. It will encourage critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.

The first level of the app is free to download, but you can purchase packs for the other levels. These packs are only $0.99 each, but they include more than 100 puzzles and an expansive free game space.

The app features a variety of puzzles, ranging from 100-piece mazes to 350-piece puzzles. Players will need to find all of the cameras hidden around the maze to finish it. There are also obstacles that can help or hinder the explorer’s progress. They can find pressure gates and lizards that can block their path.

The app also offers a nifty feature that lets players share their puzzles with friends and family. They can send the puzzle link by email or through a social networking site such as Facebook.

The app also features a multiplayer mode, which lets players work together to solve a jigsaw puzzle. There are also a variety of challenges and obstacles that can be overcome, and they are all based on real life.

The app also includes a feature that makes it easy for a website owner to embed a custom jigsaw puzzle into their website. The process is simple and can be done using the HTML code snippet that Jigsaw Explorer generates.

The app also includes a feature to create your own custom mazes. You can upload a photo, set the level of difficulty, and optimize your play area.