We at ZiMAD continue to follow one of our best traditions and, as usual for the month of October, Magic Jigsaw Puzzles is going pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
By purchasing specially marked puzzle packs, every jigsaw player will be donating to National Breast Cancer Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps women around the world providing support and inspiring hope to those affected by breast cancer through early detection, education and support services. ZiMAD is a proud partner of NBCF and we’re glad to contribute to the fight against breast cancer.
We are happy to share with you the results of our charity campaign in partnership with World Vision USA aimed at providing the immediate relief for children and families affected by Hurricane Harvey. $42,394 were collected within just ten days and we would like to thank you all, our dear puzzlers, for your sincere desire to help, continuous support and participation in our charity initiatives!
For everyone who’d like to help more, please visit Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief page. Your support is really appreciated!
Dear puzzle lovers,
We have great news for you! Our 6 Year Anniversary Sale goes on! We are really glad that many of you participated in our anniversary party, so why stop the fun?
Now we offer a new range of discounted puzzle packs within the Magic Jigsaw Puzzles app. Hurry up and get a puzzle collection to your taste with up to 80% off!
You haven’t managed to get a discounted pack till September, 18? There’s no need to worry! Take your chance inbetween September, 18 – September, 28!
Today is a great day for ZiMAD because six years years ago your favorite puzzle game was born! To mark the occasion, we’re announcing the start of a massive 6 Year Anniversary sale!
Magic Jigsaw Puzzles and World Vision stand up for Texas and Louisiana in desire to help those who suffered from Hurricane Harvey — a massive tropical storm that already caused unprecedented flooding and landfall, destroyed many houses, left more than 30 people dead and more than 30,000 displaced.