100 Piece Puzzles
Buffalo Games has been the industry-leading puzzle expert for over 30 years. We offer puzzles for people ranging in every personal taste and challenge level, including 100-piece puzzles for beginners and youngsters with various interests.
Enjoy a Wide Variety of 100-Piece Puzzle Themes and Series
When it comes to puzzles, there is a wide variety of themes available that can appeal to different interests. For example, puzzle enthusiasts can choose from a range of landscapes, art, and nostalgic images.
Here are a few of the different types and variations of 100-piece puzzles Buffalo Games offers:
Pokémon: Catch all the favorites in the Pokémon series, which includes everything from Evolutions, fan favorites, and more.
Star Wars™: From epic battle scenes to movie posters with the whole cast and everything in between, Buffalo Games has it all.
Explorer Series: Great for ages 6+ and encouraging young ones to learn more about the world around them.
Offering this wide variety of themes means that there is something for everyone, whether you're a nature lover, an art enthusiast, or have a fondness for nostalgia.
How Long Should It Take To Do 100 Piece Puzzles?
The time it takes to complete 100-piece puzzles can vary depending on several factors, such as:
The puzzle's difficulty level
The skill level of the person working on it
The amount of time a person dedicates to working on it
Keeping these factors in mind, the average solving time for 100 piece puzzles is 2 to 3 hours.
Age Groups and Skill Levels for 100-Piece Puzzles
Puzzles are an inclusive activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. They are not limited to any specific age group and can be enjoyed by everyone.
100-piece puzzles are typically suitable for children ages 5 and 6 years and older. Bare in mind this is based on the average 100-piece puzzle and can vary based on a few factors, including
The puzzle’s image
The shape of the pieces
The puzzle’s difficulty
Explore our puzzle collections based on difficulty level:
That being said, more advanced puzzlers may be able to complete 100 piece puzzles a bit quicker.