Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector's Puzzle Review (USAopoly)

Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector's Puzzle
What It Is

It's time to duel! Join Yami Yugi when you put together the Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector's Puzzle. This 550-piece puzzle features an image of some of the most iconic Yu-Gi-Oh! characters once complete. There's Yami Yugi, Seto Kaiba, and Joey Wheeler. And in the background, you'll find images of some of the most powerful Duel Monsters, including the Red-Eyes B. Dragon, the Dark Magician, and the Blue-Eyes White Dragon. The words “Yu-Gi-Oh! It's time to duel” are printed below the image.

This image is straight out of the Japanese manga series that later become an animated series, a trading card game, and several video games. If you don't know, it's all about a boy named Yugi Mutou who solves the ancient Millennium Puzzle. This awakens a gambling alter-ego within Yugi's body that defends Yugi and any of his friends when they're threatened by the bad guys using various games, from cards and dice to roleplaying board games.

Is It Fun?
If you're a fan of Yu-Gi-Oh! and you like putting together puzzles, then you're going to like the Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector's Puzzle. The completed puzzle image looks really cool and features some favorite characters and monsters that fans and collectors will appreciate. If you glue it and back it, the finished puzzle will be nice to display as part of a Yu-Gi-Oh! toy collection. Or take the puzzle apart and put it together all over again if you want to re-experience the challenge. 
Who It’s For
The Yu-Gi-Oh! Collector's Puzzle is for ages 12 and up. It's specifically going to appeal to fans of Yu-Gi-Oh!, and that includes the younger fans all the way up to adult fans. And, of course, it will be even more appealing for those fans who like putting together puzzles.
What To Be Aware Of

With 550 pieces, this puzzle is going to take awhile to put together. It took us 45 minutes just to get the edge of the puzzle assembled. (And we find that doing the edge pieces first is always the best first step.) But if you like putting puzzles together and you especially like Yu-Gi-Oh!, then you'll enjoy the challenge of figuring out where each puzzle piece goes.

The finished puzzle measures 18 inches by 24 inches.

  • Fun

  • Finished Project

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy