Perfect replaced the old-school puzzle we’re all familiar with but can’t recall the last time we’ve done one ourselves. They required kids to match certain shaped models in their specific holes on the board.
The simple design, bright colors, and hands-on nature of this toy attracted ’90s babies near and far. They competed against each other to see who will finish filling the pattern first. Other girls could sit around and watch as two others battle out with the game. The game was timed, taking only a fraction of the time it would take to complete even a 100-piece puzzle. When the time expired, the pieces would pop right out at you!