You Can Now Buy A 3,000-Piece Harry Potter Jigsaw Puzzle
If you've had enough of quizzes and completed all the puzzles in your house, then we might have just the thing for you.
The new Harry Potter jigsaw is made up of an incredible 3,000 pieces, which come together to create a rather impressive depiction of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
However, according to reports, though the puzzle is available to pre-order from Entertainment Earth for $29.99 (£24), it won't arrive until at least June.
But if wizards aren't your thing or if you have a little more cash and a lot more patience, then you might want to give Kodak's absolute monster a go.
The camera and photography powerhouse has been selling the world's largest jigsaw puzzle set and it's jaw dropping.
Comprising of photos showing the '27 Wonders of the World', including Rome's Colosseum, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Machu Picchu in Peru and India's Taj Mahal, the set comes with a casual 51,300 pieces.
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It'll set you back a little more than $500 (£400), but can you really put a price on hours and hours (and hours) of fun, right?
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."
But maybe that's too much of a commitment. Well, in that case, you can head on over to an Etsy shop called LittleFlowerPotShop and take on the challenge of completing a jigsaw that comes with absolutely no point of reference to work with because it's completely see through.
There are four different versions to choose from but none of them are as fiendish as the 2,000 piece Japanese blank canvas one.
This puzzle comes in levels of difficulty that range from nine pieces, up through 25 pieces, to the hard version consisting of 49, and the 'crazy' version which has 144 tiny see-through pieces.
Pricing for the custom puzzles start at £14.33, with an extra £11.63 to have it internationally shipped to the UK. Unfortunately - depending on which way you look at it - they've already sold out of the hardest two puzzles.
Featured Image Credit: Entertainment Earth