Game of Thrones Puzzle of Westeros Review (4D Cityscape)

What It Is

For the most intense fans of the hit HBO show Game of Thrones comes the Game of Thrones Puzzle of Westros. This 4-D puzzle rivals the complexity of the characters of the story. From beyond The Wall to the Iron Throne in King's Landing, this puzzle takes you through all seven kingdoms. With more than 1,400 pieces, the first layer in this puzzle gets your actual jigsaw puzzle constructed. Once this task has been conquered, you start to build your topography map on top of the jigsaw map. The topography map is made of foam pieces that link together like a jigsaw puzzle and sit on top of the seven kingdoms to create the landscape. Next, you add the 65 3-D models and replicas to their rightful places on the map. From Casterly Rock to Dragonstone, not one landmark has been omitted. The Iron Throne sits stately in the corner of the puzzle, while the Heart Tree claims its space in the middle of Winterfell. These replicas are true to their depictions on the TV series. The ladder up to the wall, the bridges connecting the mighty towers of Pyke, and even the structure for Crasters Keep. The final layer of the puzzle is made of the banners that mark the castles, villages, battles, and nature. When complete, this puzzle is 30-inches by 18 inches flat and two inches tall.

Is It Fun?

This is a puzzle for the die-hard Game of Thrones fan and it does not disappoint. This puzzle is quite impressive to look at and offers a nice puzzle challenge for those who enjoy putting puzzles together.

Who It’s For

The Game of Thrones Puzzle of Westros is for Game of Thrones fans ages 13 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

This is a challenging puzzle to put together. It took us about 19 hours to only complete part of the second layer. This is ideal for someone who is up for a challenge and has the space for this large puzzle to be constructed.

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy