Ravensburger FIFA World Cup 3D Puzzle Balls Review
We're really enjoying the World Cup in this house. My oldest son is watching all the matches he can, most afternoons when he is not at work and nearly every evening we have a match on - there is currently a match on in the background as I write this post. Although my youngest son likes to try and keep up with the World Cup, he quickly loses interest and so to keep home and I occupied we've been doing different activities, one of which completing three FIFA World Cup 3D Puzzle Balls.
Puzzles are fun, but we particularly enjoy 3D puzzles. A great alternative to standard puzzles, and much easier to display your finished set.
The FIFA World Cup 3D Puzzle Balls are mini replicas of the official match ball from over the years. Each set contains 54 pieces, along with a very handy stand to sit your finished puzzle ball on which allows you to display them.
For this review we were sent three different World Cup 3D puzzles - We received:
- Germany 1974
- Brazil 2014
- Italy 1990
The curved puzzle pieces have an easy click technology, along with each piece having a number on the back, which you use to follow when putting your puzzle together. All of these features make it much easier to build your 3D puzzle ball - the pieces are made from plastic, thus, making it much more robust. Once built, it sits proudly on the included stand, and it now proudly displayed in the playroom.
I'm really impressed with these, they look great, they were fun to put together and they would make a great gift for any football fan.