Cross the Dimensions with Popar Interactive 3D Puzzles + Giveaway

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I received Popar Interactive 3D Puzzles in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are my own.

Popar Planet Interactve 3D Puzzle

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loved doing jigsaw puzzles. I find them incredibly relaxing! I passed on that love to Jacob at an early age. I remember sitting with him when he was a baby and doing those simple wooden puzzles. We eventually graduated to 25-pieces, then 5o. Now, we’ve worked our way up to the 100+ piece club! He’s still got a while to go until he’s doing 5000 piece puzzles like I used to do before he was born (you know, back when spare time wasn’t a laughable concept!).

Take Puzzles to a Whole New Dimension

Popar is taking the puzzle-loving world to whole new dimensions with their interactive 3D puzzle games! They’ve created seven awesome puzzles that you can put together in the real, then play with on your mobile virtual world. The company takes their slogan of “Read it. See it. Be it.” very seriously! We reviewed the Construction Machines and Planets Puzzles. Other puzzles include:

  • Basketball
  •  Football
  • Soccer
  • Construction
  • Picnic
  • Planets
  • Princess

Playing with the Popar Interactive 3D Puzzles is a two-part process. The first part is pretty much like you would expect. Your child (with or without your help, depending on age and level of patience) puts the puzzle together. Now, a logical person would do this on a flat surface, like a table. For some reason, Jacob and I did it on his carpeted floor. I know there was a good reason we couldn’t use the table that night, but I can’t remember what it is. Trying to put together a puzzle on a carpet is quite challenging.

Popar Puzzle 1

That’s my shadow on the floor, not a stain. At least I think it is! I should go check on that later! We did the Construction Machines puzzle first. The great thing about this puzzle is that It’s almost like several mini-puzzles that hook together. It was very easy to assemble and took us less than an hour. I’ll be honest, I did most of the work while Jacob helped out here and there. Mostly he supervised. Whatever, we still got to spend time together, right?

Popar Puzzle 2

Once the puzzle is done, the fun really begins. For Jake, anyway. Apparently I did my part and the rest was up to him. To activate the interactive features, you just have to go to the App Store or Google Play Store and download the app. It is available on both Android and Apple, which made me super happy! We have an Android tablet, so we headed to the Google Play store. It was easy to find the app just by searching “Popar.” It didn’t take long to download!

Take Your Popar Interactive 3D Puzzle to the Next Level

Once you’ve downloaded and installed your free Popar App for your puzzle, it’s time for a whole new level of fun! Just point your tablet at the puzzle and see it come to life. I suggest doing this in good lighting. You will need to be pretty still until the tablet camera recognizes the puzzle parts and launches the interactive features too. It is incredibly difficult to take a picture of a tablet screen, and I have yet to figure out how to take screenshots with my tablet, so I’m going to have to rely on Popar’s pictures from here on out.

Popar Interactive 3D Puzzle

Both the Planets and the Construction Interactive 3D Puzzles have fun games to play once the puzzle is put together. The Construction puzzle app tells you all about the different machines and how they are used. With cool sound effects and rich details, kids will really feel like they are immersed in the experience.

Popar Planets

My personal favorite was the Planets puzzle! While Jacob loved playing the Missile Defender game, I enjoyed learning about the planets. Popar Interactive 3D Puzzles are such a fun way to update a classic family activity. Check out Popar Toys to order your Interactive 3D Puzzle!


Over: Congratulations to Dawn S.! She has already claimed her prize.


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43 Responses to “Cross the Dimensions with Popar Interactive 3D Puzzles + Giveaway”

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  1. Kenzie S says:

    we would love the planets puzzle!

  2. Dorothy Teel says:

    THese are so neat from Popar – I would love to have the Bugs 3D Book

  3. My kids would love this –great review and pictures :)
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  4. The astronomy puzzle looks awesome

  5. DonnaLee says:

    My Mariah would love a princess puzzle..thanks so much for the chance!

  6. Sara says:

    The construction machines puzzle looks cool! Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. I think my girls would love the princess book! It’s so cute!
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  8. Elena says:

    I’d like the planetary one. That looks cool and educational.

  9. heather says:

    planet puzzle

  10. Amy G says:

    I would like the Princess 3D book.

  11. Dru says:

    I like the Princess book.

  12. I really like the planet one,but then princess would be good for church.

  13. Lisa V. says:

    Grandbaby would like the Dinosaurs 3-D Book

  14. meme says:

    I also like the Construction machines 3d adventures kit

  15. Sherry Compton says:

    I like the Sealife 3D Book.

  16. Wendy R. says:

    Their original Dinosaurs 3D Book looks fun!

  17. MJ says:

    I would love the SeaLife 3D book when it becomes available.

  18. Samantha Daleo says:

    I love the Solar System Wall Chart. That would be so fun!

  19. kathy pease says:

    I like the Dinosaurs 3D Book

  20. brandi says:

    these look so much fun!!

  21. adamsdj says:

    Would love to get the construction machines puzzle

  22. Linda G. says:

    I like the Construction Machines 3D Adventure Kit

  23. Nicole C. says:

    I would love to try the Construction one.

  24. charlene says:

    I think the planets puzzle would be awesome
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  25. Lisa Hollinger Barto says:

    my son would love the planets puzzle

  26. allyson becker says:

    Basketball Interactive 3D Puzzle Game

  27. Sacha Schroeder says:

    I love the 3D books! The bugs and princesses.

  28. Anita Yancey says:

    I would like to try the Bug 3D Adventure Kit. Thanks for this chance.

  29. Diana Hatch says:

    I love the astronomy puzzles

  30. Natasha Tucker says:

    the 3d dinosaur book looks like fun!

  31. jeremy mclaughlin says:

    The planet puzzle looks cool.

  32. Allison says:

    I like the astronomy puzzle!

  33. Brigette Streeper says:

    My kids would like the Bugs 3D.

  34. Christian Alejandro says:

    I liked the Basketball Interactive 3D Puzzle Game.

  35. Gianna says:

    Bugs 3D Book.

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