Play the London Go-Round game for a great trip around England's capital! Complete puzzles of landmarks and find the American Girl's squad postcards!
Enjoy a lovely journey around England's capital city and prove your puzzle-solving skills in the London Go-Round game! Explore London's most important landmarks, such as Big Ben and the Tower of London, and learn about their history! Join the American Girl squad on a fun-filled British adventure!
If you're a fan of puzzle games, such as the classic kind or swap puzzles, you cannot miss this one! You can travel around London and complete puzzles of its most beautiful places while gathering parts of the American Girl characters' postcards! Show off your skills and put all the pieces together, no matter the difficulty!
You will only need your mouse to play this game. Put puzzle pieces together and visit each popular location in London. You will get a hint of your next destination in the upper right corner of your screen. Complete the puzzle of that landmark and move on to the next. Can you unlock all twelve locations?
You can select your difficulty at the beginning of your journey! As you progress, each puzzle will increase its number of pieces and become more challenging for you to assemble. Don't let that scare you! You'll be given a reward at the end of each completed puzzle: a postcard piece. How many can you collect?
All the postcard parts you get will come together at the end of your trip as a swap puzzle. Move pieces by swapping them with each other and match them to form a picture. They will reveal beautiful images you can print or keep in your collection!
The American Girl squad has prepared many postcards for you to put together! You can collect them and fill your album by completing each puzzle multiple times! The journey throughout London will be unforgettable with all these memories!
If you find it hard to assemble any puzzle, there are a few tricks you can use to make your job easier. Try putting together the bottom and top row pieces first, then continue with the sides. Once those are complete, assembling the middle of the puzzle will be less challenging!
Each of the twelve popular locations in London has a meaning for the British people. A fun fact about one of the landmarks will appear as soon as you complete the puzzle image! For example, did you know that the Westminster Abbey is the church where most royal weddings were held?
Let the journey begin! Are you ready to take a trip around the lovely city of London and learn about its history?