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Misfit - Javascript sliding puzzle game

How to play my sliding puzzle game

To play this sliding puzzle, start by pressing the button to scramble it. Then click or tap the tiles (on a desktop PC) or slide them (on the iPad, iPhone, iPod or Android) to move them into position. You can select a new puzzle to play below.

These puzzles feature photographs I've taken. You can find more of my photos in my photo gallery.

Try a new sliding puzzle

Click or tap one of the thumbnails below to load it into the puzzle grid above. Some of these are quite tricky!

neon sign: heart robot another robot trumpet playing robot acting robot white and blue robot Pepper robot rabbit-like robot huge Japanese robot Beatles statue Dark Side of the Moon stained glass neon sign: more signal than noise Lego model of hand reaching out of PC screen Mae West room by Dali Berlin Wall Butterfly from Blackpool Illuminations Pinball machine Mario dolls Brains statue red, white and blue painted face mask toy chicks Sydney Opera House Shanghai skyline Valencia Orbit Tower in London Eiffel Tower Paris skyline with sunset sandcastle


Game code by Alf Magne Kalleland. I previously wrote my own sliding puzzle code, but I've replaced it with this one by Alf because it supports touch devices and automatically generates the puzzle tiles.

Photos by Sean McManus. More Noise installation by Tim Etchells. Dark Side of the Moon stained glass created by Storm Thorgerson. Lego computer created by Nathan Sawaya. Mae West room created by Salvador Dali. Display Stand with Brains sculpture by Katharina Fritsch.


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