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From my stats on Oculus Home (Rift / Go version) fewer people complete the 162 piece puzzle, but I would like to do tests with more pieces. I need to make sure that I don't make the pieces so small that you can't see enough detail. In the meantime you can make it a more difficult by going into settings and hiding the outlines. That way you have to work your way in from the edges. You can also hide the background so you don't have the original image to refer too.


You can use the following image as a template. Right click on it and choose to save it. 

When you have the template you can scale and arrange your photos over the black areas. This matches what appears in your flat jigsaw. The white areas are cropped off. If your photo doesn't fill all the black area you will want a nice background texture or another photo to fill the black gaps. In a future version I hope to automate this so it scales and centres your photo over a standard background. 

Jigsaw Template

Yes you could take a picture of the box and solve it in the flat version. I plan to make this easier in the future but at the moment I have a template that can help you layout the photo to fit the jigsaw. I am away from my pc at the moment but will reply with more details tomorrow.  :)

That's great to hear and thank you for the tip :)

Can we please have ways for developers to tag their games as being for the Oculus Quest hardware so owners can easily find our games.  In Meta Data there is "Input Methods" which currently includes Oculus Rift. Maybe add Oculus Quest there. Any other filter methods would be appreciated.