Puzzles are all made of photos or pictures. The category of free photopuzzles games is focused on puzzles, which are made with a photo of someone or something rather than with a picture. But since a ‘puzzle’ is a vague word, which has several definitions, let us describe what we mean when we say a ‘puzzle’:
1) A photopuzzles online game that presupposes that a gamer will be collecting a jigsaw that’s made of pieces (a broadly known name of these games is ‘jigsaw puzzles’)
2) A game, where a player has to solve some riddle, a.k.a. puzzle, which is revealed to a gamer during the gameplay. In that case, not specifically a picture but a painting or drawing can be used in the heart of the gameplay, as well as in its ambiance.
Generally, free photopuzzles games use the commonly known mechanics of puzzles: there is a problem, situation, or challenge, which has to be solved in order to deliver a holistic, precise, or fun solution in the form of the answer (with or without actions leading to a result). So a puzzle is not just something inherent only to games (both online and offline) but that can be some problem deriving from real life, the solution to which brings a significant result. When a puzzle is a toy or game, it is mostly directed at fun and a solution might be a secondarily goal. In the gaming process or when working with a physical toy in your hands, you are usually given a lot of time and numerous attempts to solve a puzzle (although the number of levels or attempts can be limited by the rules or a person-host, as well as the time that’s given by them). When you’re not artificially limited, you are less stressed and receive much bigger fun. That’s why here, thanks to freely playable photopuzzles games, your fun can be much higher than it is in real life (because nobody’s pushing you and you can take as many attempts as you want).