Gigsaw is an Open Source Jigsaw game in GTK+.
jigzo is an OpenGL jigsaw game that features 12 puzzles of increasing (4 pieces to 25 pieces) difficulty. glpuzzle requires a OpenGL hardware accelaration and runs at 1024x768 only.
jigzo (previously glpuzzle) is a jigsaw puzzle game. Choose from 12 puzzles of various difficulties (4 to 25 pieces), or add your own puzzles. Move the pieces around to create the target picture. jigzo uses OpenGL for smooth movement and eye-candy.
In kpictorial you reconstruct a black & white picture by the number of contiguous black blocks given for each row and column.
KPuzzle is a jigsaw puzzle game for the KDE environment. KPuzzle allows various ways of playing the game, as well as various difficulty levels.
OpenJigsaw is a jigsaw puzzle game. You can choose an image file and it will cut it into little puzzle pieces, which you can then assemble again.
Picpuz is a free Linux "jigsaw puzzle" program.
Picsaw is a jigsaw puzzle game that uses your own photos to make puzzles.
Scalar is an addictive puzzle game. The goal is to assemble images from pieces that are shuffled randomly. The game is based on SDL and works on Windows, Linux and MorphOS so far.
Squares is a feature-filled SDL version of the classic puzzle game, 8-square. It supports board sizes from 3x3 to 10x10 and has the option to use images in "puzzle mode".
Tetzle uses tetrominoes for the pieces. Any image can be imported and used to create puzzles with a wide range of sizes.
xJigsaw combines xjig 2.5 and a simple gui to allow easy creation of jigsaw puzzles.
You can preview images, set puzzle width, select piece size, swap mouse buttons, fix rotation
angle to 90 degrees, set piece style and distortion, perform piece flipping and cropping and more.
xJigsaw will work with PNG, GIF, JPG, TIF and BMP images.