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A scrambler is a program that chops up an image and scrambles up the pieces (requires the java plugin). The object of the game is to swap 2 pieces at a time until all pieces end up in position to form the completed picture. These scramblers all come with a 4 minute timer. Can you beat the clock? These games require a keen eye for detail. We purposely selected these repetitive patterns to make the games more challenging.
Arizona Desert Puzzle
This photo is a typical desert scene you would find in the state of Arizona. Scramble the picture to attempt to place the pieces back where they belong!
Grand Canyon Puzzle
Did you know that the Grand Canyon was proclaimed a National Monument by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908? This puzzle is a challenge scrambler - not for beginners!
Painted Desert Puzzle
Another view of Arizona's Painted Desert. Scramble up the picture to put it back together!
Petrified Forest Puzzle
Our Arizona collection wouldn't be complete without a scrambler of the petrified forest found in the state of Arizona. Pioneers found many gems inside these petrified trees, including purple amethysts. How many tries will it take you to put this forest back together?
Saguaro National Forest Puzzle
Can you scramble this photo of the Saguara National Forest and put it back together again before the time runs out? How many of these cacti have arms?
Arizona State Flag
Scramble the image of the Arizona flag and then attempt to place the pieces back where they belong!
Arizona State Quarter
Study the Arizona state quarter's symbols. Scramble the picture and then see how many tries it takes you to put it back together!