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Jumbo Games returns to AIS show

Published on: 18th March 2016

The company will be showcasing a number of new products at this year’s Independent Toy and Gift Show.

Jumbo-480Jumbo, which is returning to the show for the first time in over six years, will be exhibiting a number of new and popular puzzles from its puzzle brand Wasgij.

There are five concepts in the range and over 20 puzzles to choose from, including four new releases to be seen on stand.

Jumbo’s Falcon de Luxe brand of traditional adult jigsaw puzzles, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, will be on display. New releases in the range cover popular themes of nostalgia, cottages, scenery, transportation, animals and more, all of which are available across a variety of piece counts from 200XL, 500, 1,000 and 1,500 pieces.

The company also specialises in producing a range of high quality jigsaw puzzle accessories, Puzzle Mates, which offers puzzlers a solution to any of their storage or puzzling-space needs. The range includes the portable puzzling case, Portapuzzle Deluxe and the Puzzle & Roll jigsaw mats, as well as puzzle fixative and sorting and storage trays.

In Jumbo’s children’s portfolio, it will be exhibiting a variety of puzzles and games across successful pre-school and Disney licences, including the new Peppa Pig Party Time Race Game, which is due to be launched in June. In addition, visitors will also be able to see products from Jumbo’s newest Disney properties; Lion Guard, The Jungle Book, Miles from Tomorrow and Finding Dory.

For more information and to see the range, visit Jumbo in the Diamond Suite.

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