At the Swarovski web site, there is a Swarovski Puzzle for visitors and SCS members to play. The Swarovski puzzle allows a user to select various images to play the ‘slider game’. I found about 5 different images to select from. The images I was presented were all related to Siku, the polar bear cubs, or the SCS arctic flower products The Swarovski puzzle has varying levels of difficulty: 3×3, 4×4, and 5×5. The higher the level of difficulty, the more time the puzzle player has to complete the challenge.
The first step was to install Adobe Shockwave to play. I was anxious to get started! I selected the image for the Swarovski puzzle. I then selected the easy mode. Sadly, I did not have good luck in the small amount of time provided. It’s probably not that difficult, but I found myself ready to give up after a few tries. Guess I need to bookmark the Swarovski puzzle page and try again before the end of the month.
The Swarovski crystal puzzle is a cool idea. The Swarovski site indicates that prizes are available for a monthly drawing to users who are able to solve the puzzle within the allotted time. I did not see any indication as to what the prizes are or how many are available. Good luck to all Swarovski fanatics who take the challenge of the Swarovski puzzle!
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