Revisit Game of Thrones with new 3D puzzles

University Games and Paul Lamond Games launch the ultimate Christmas gift for Game of Thrones fans – and you can see it this week at Autumn Fair

Written by Rhys Thomas

Posted 29.08.2019 | Products

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The final season of HBO’s Game of Thrones came to a dramatic conclusion earlier this year, but University Games and Paul Lamond Games are returning to Westeros with the launch of all-new 3D puzzles.

This September, the games and puzzles specialists will bring to market intricate and detailed 3D puzzles to create three of the epic landmarks from Game of Thrones. The three sets are the Red Keep, the residence of the King of the Andals; Winterfell, the capital of the Kingdom of the North; and King’s Landing, the capital and largest city of the Seven Kingdoms.

The high-quality 3D puzzles consist of up to 430 pieces and can be assembled without the need for glue or scissors.


Mark Jones, Head of Sales of University Games and Paul Lamond Games, says the puzzles are perfect for fans of the show this Christmas. believes that the loyal fans of Game of Thrones are certain to want to find one of these fantastic 3D puzzle models under their tree this Christmas.
“The following for this award-steeped fantasy drama has grown from strength to strength as each of the seasons has unfolded, accumulating in a staggering average 44.2 million viewers per episode across all platforms,” he says. “Game of Thrones has a highly devoted set of fans and these fun-to-make, eye-catching 3D landscapes of some of the most iconic locations from the series are going to be on many fans’ Christmas lists this year!”

The Game of Thrones 3D puzzles will launch later this week at Autumn Fair, which runs 1-4 September.

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