SUMMARY: Need a break? Play a sliding puzzle game inside Google Chrome and you can use about any photo you find online.
Google Chrome users - do you enjoy the classic sliding puzzle game and are jealous of Mozilla Firefox users who, with an extension, can turn virtually any browsed photo into a sliding puzzle game?
Now you too can have the same fun with the "Chrome Puzzle" extension. After installing, just find a photo you want to turn into a game and right-click it, selecting "Chrome Puzzle". You can then choose between a 3x3, 4x4, or 5x5 sliding puzzle game, or choose your own number of rows and columns.
1. From Google Chrome, visit the "Chrome Puzzle" page.
2. Click the "Install" button.
After creating a puzzle, click the "Shuffle" button to randomize the puzzle blocks. If you get stuck, click "Numbers" to place the correct puzzle positions on top of each block, or "Original" to show the original photo.
photo credit: Old Phone by Can Atacan
Return to the Google Chrome page.
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