As it turns out, Everyday Jigsaw does a great job of replicating the same experience offered by its competitors. The interface of the program is simple and appealing. The program also comes with seven free games and soon found itself quickly attracted to us when started. The controls for the games are straightforward, making the program enjoyable to play.
The first game, named Lab Exam, is an excellent choice for anyone who has taken any sort of licensing exam recently. This game is like the majority of everyday puzzles: fill in the blanks, move the blocks out of their way to reach the correct answer and earn points. You are also required to move blocks around the board to make them reach the right space. The objective of every day is to be the first player to get all the way across the board to the examiner's mark. It may seem a little boring, but if you have ever taken an exam or anything of that nature, you will know how much concentration and patience it takes to clear a test. For these reasons, this game is recommended for those taking any licensing exams for any kind of certification.
The second game, named Twist & Shout, is also another nice game for anyone who likes to solve jigsaw puzzles on a regular basis. Again, the objective is to reduce the board to as small a size as possible, avoiding obstacles and the like. To reduce the size, you must twist the board at different angles, by moving the pieces in different directions to form loops, or by cutting them. As in the first game, it can seem a bit dull at first. However, after a while, you will get used to the controls, and it becomes quite a satisfying challenge to solve everyday jigsaw puzzles!