The team that brought you Alice in Wonderland – A jigsaw puzzle adventure has rifled through its kid’s bookshelf to bring you My Little Prince – A jigsaw puzzle adventure. It’s an interpretation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic The Little Prince, told through the medium of jigsaw puzzles.
Like Alice in Wonderland – A jigsaw puzzle adventure, the real MVP is the art. Once again, we have Katia Numakura to thank: her beautiful illustrations are the ones that you’ll be piecing together over the course of My Little Prince – A jigsaw puzzle adventure, and they have a dreamy, kids’ book quality.
There are six of her illustrations to complete, all telling the tale of The Little Prince. The number of pieces is down to you, as there are six different levels of difficulty, which effectively translates into increasing numbers of pieces. You can run from 60 to 735 pieces, and there’s absolutely no chance of losing a piece under the sideboard, or finding that you’ve bought a partial jigsaw from the charity shop.
Putting together a 735 piece jigsaw puzzle with a game controller is bound to get fiddly, so Mens Sana Interactive have given you some cool tools to make things easier. You can zoom the scene, highlight border pieces, highlight pieces from a specific quadrant, shuffle the remaining pieces, preview the scene, drag the board and even flip the table if you get the rage. Well, maybe not the last one.
The key features of My Little Prince – A jigsaw puzzle tale on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch and PC include:
- Complete the six jigsaw puzzle scenes (and a bonus…) at six different levels of difficult – from 60 to 735 pieces
- Relax with a comforting and exclusive soundtrack
- Features include zooming the scene, highlighting border pieces, highlighting pieces from a specific quadrant, shuffling the remaining pieces, previewing the scene, dragging the board
You can fully expect a review of My Little Prince – A jigsaw puzzle adventure soon. For now, head to the Xbox Store and pick up an Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S version of the game for £3.29.
A jigsaw puzzle game to remember a beloved classic story. Contains illustrations created by Katia Numakura with inspiration from “The Little Prince” by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, and from RPGs.