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Jumbo Games to return to Spring Fair in 2016

Published on: 4th January 2016

The company will be showcasing its leading adult jigsaw puzzle and accessory ranges and its licensed children’s portfolio.

Jumbo-480Jumbo Games will be celebrating the 40th anniversary of its popular range of traditional adult jigsaw puzzles, Falcon de luxe. To commemorate this landmark year, it will release over 40 new puzzles throughout the year, which include 200XL, 500, 1,000 and 1,500 piece jigsaw puzzles, as well as themed collections that include two 500, two 100 piece and three 1,000 piece Collector’s Box Sets.

New launches for January will see the release of the new Wasgij Imagine…? 2, Destiny 16 and Mystery 12 in a 1,000 piece format.

New releases for the company’s exclusive adult puzzle range, Jan van Haasteren, include a varying range of piece counts from 54 through to 5,000 pieces across a variety of themes.

With the growing popularity of dinosaur themed product, Jumbo’s own Dino range includes realistic 3D Foam Model Puzzles, collectible 3D plastic model puzzles, 2D to 3D Puzzle & Build concepts as well as generic jigsaw puzzles.

The company will also be showcasing new product launches from its Peppa Pig, Fireman Sam and Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom ranges, and new puzzle launches from the brand’s Disney portfolio that includes The Lion Guard, The Jungle Book, Miles From Tomorrow and Disney’s Finding Dory.

Stewart Middleton, managing director of Jumbo Games, commented: “As one of the key events in gifting, we can’t wait to return to Spring Fair in 2016. We have products that suit all ages, so there is something for everyone and we can’t wait to introduce the new products to retailers.”

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