Click on a puzzle piece to pick it up and click again to drop it. A puzzle piece may be a single piece or a collection of connected pieces.
If you drop a piece near other pieces that it can connect with then it will connect with them.
If you move the mouse outside the puzzle canvas while holding a piece then that piece will be dropped.
Once there are at least 50% of the total number of pieces in a collection, the collection of pieces will move to the end of the draw order to allow smaller pieces that overlap it to be picked up.
- Controls -
Align: Moves any puzzle pieces that are partially outside the puzzle canvas so that they are fully inside the canvas.
Bump: Moves overlapping puzzle pieces slightly so that they are further apart from each other while keeping them on the puzzle canvas. This can be used to make the puzzle canvas less cluttered. Interlocked pieces will not be moved.
Scramble: Scrambles the draw order and position of the puzzle pieces. Also breaks up any connected puzzle segments and resets the puzzle state.
Order Corners: Assembles the corner pieces into their completed positions.
Order Sides: Assembles the side pieces (excluding corners) into their completed positions.
Order All: Assembles all the puzzle pieces into their completed positions.
(Note that the order functions above won't cause the ordered puzzle pieces to interlock.)