Monday, 11 August 2014

Ravensburger 3d puzzle review : Medieval House

When Ravensburger offered to send us through another of their 3d puzzles to try out, we were really pleased. We've already reviewed their Big Ben 3d puzzle and their Empire State Building 3d puzzle and thought they were both great fun. This time we received the timber clad medieval house.

Just like the other 3d puzzles in the collection, there are 216 plastic pieces in the box, including some hinged ones that snap into place. They are numbered to make it easier to put them together, so Sophie's first job was laying them all out in order on the table.

We had a few problems with pieces popping out of place when we did the Empire State Building puzzle so we were pleased to see that this one went together very easily with no problems whatsoever (probably because it's a simpler cube shape). The only slightly delicate part that Sophie required help with was putting the roof on.

It looks really impressive and Sophie was very proud to have made it all by herself.

star rating : 5/5

Disclosure : We received the product in order to write an honest review.

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  1. Pam Francis Gregory11 August 2014 at 14:44

    Looks brilliant!

  2. I won my first one of these 3D puzzles in July not had time it have a go st it yet though. I think they look great fun. Loving the Medieval House, though concerned about the Empire State Building as that is what I've one. lol.

    1. Let me know how you get on ! - it is still in one piece and looks fab, I just gave up with the extra bits on the bottom section because they kept popping out of place !

  3. Oh, how fabulous! Our two 3d puzzles are still standing intact, apart from a top spire on Taj Mahal which snapped off. They are splendid, aren't they, these puzzles?!

  4. They are, they look really impressive :)