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No doubt many of you have been passing the time during lockdown with some nice, wholesome indoor activities - reading, sketching, cooking, maybe even a spot of embroidery.
Well, now you can up your jigsaw game a bit with a 1,000-piece Where's Wally puzzle, which sounds brilliant and terrible in equal measure.
There are three official Where's Wally puzzles out there for you to try, including one that sees our bespectacled hero thrown into an 'Aztec wonderland'. A very, very busy Aztec wonderland, by the looks of things.
That one's being sold by Truffle Shuffle for £18.99 ($23.16), with the product description reading: "Where the flip is Wally now? Somewhere within this Aztec wonderland, you should be able to spot the stripe wearing, bobble-hatted Wally (does he ever change his clothes?).
"Fun for all the family, with 1,000 pieces, this Where's Wally jigsaw is a total delight."
There's also a Wild West-themed version. That one's available on Amazon for £19.99 ($24.38).
A third puzzle, 'Having A Ball In Gaye Paree', finds Wally thrown into a room of Parisians dancing around in ballgowns. That one's £16.35 ($19.93).
The puzzles are recommended for anyone aged 12 and over and measure 680mm x 480mm - so just make sure your table's big enough before you embark on the adventure.
If it's jigsaws you're into at the moment, you could also try out what claims to be the world's largest one, which has been created by Kodak.
Comprising of photos showing the '27 Wonders of the World', this set comes with a casual 51,300 pieces.
Weighing in at an impressive 18.5 kilograms, the 16.47 square metre puzzle shows off places like Rome's Colosseum, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Machu Picchu in Peru and India's Taj Mahal.
Puzzle Warehouse says: "These are the brightest, richest, most colourful puzzles yet from Kodak, known for the highest quality imagery and brilliant photography.
"Each of the 27 individual puzzles are bagged separately. Box includes a large reference poster, information about each location and helpful instructions and tips.
"Perfect for a group/family project or the ultimate gift for the wanderlust traveller in your life."
That one's a little pricier than Where's Wally, as it'll set you back a little more than $500.99 (£400).
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