Puzzle can be played in two different ways: The Classic Jigsaw or Puzzle. When playing either mode, the players will train their problem-solving skills and hand-eye coordination. The Puzzle mode, in addition, requires collaboration and coordination from the players in order to successfully solve it. Furthermore, it is also possible to customise which images should be used for the game allowing the players to, for example, only use pictures from a specific category and thereby train their vocabulary within certain categories.
The objective of the game is to put all pieces of the puzzle together in such a way that the pieces form a complete, recognisable picture.
Players are presented with several pieces. All pieces are placed with the picture side facing the players and in random order. Players move the pieces around by dragging them with their fingers. If they let go of a piece, this piece will automatically jump back to its starting point. To solve the puzzle, all pieces must simultaneously be held in place in the correct way. This requires good coordination and communication between the players.
In the Classic Jigsaw puzzle mode, players are presented with a number of pieces that are placed in random order with the picture side facing up. Whenever the players want to relocate one of the pieces, they simply need to drag the piece with their finger and drop it at the desired location. Every time the players have moved two fitting pieces together, these pieces will stick together for the rest of the game until the entire puzzle has been solved.