University Games Launches Godzilla Puzzle

The 7-inch Godzilla puzzle is the latest addition to its line of traditional and licensed 3D Crystal Puzzle lines.

License Global

November 20, 2023

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Godzilla 3D Crystal Puzzle, University Games
Godzilla 3D Crystal PuzzleUniversity Games

University Games has announced the introduction of a Godzilla 3D translucent color puzzle. In its licensing agreement with Toho, University Games created its 7-inch Godzilla puzzle, the latest addition to its line of traditional and licensed 3D Crystal Puzzle lines.

“It makes sense to have a beast of a puzzle for Godzilla, one of the world’s most famous monsters,” says Craig Hendrickson, senior vice president product development, University Games. “Pop-culture fans are sure to enjoy building a replica of the captivating character icon.”

The puzzle launch coincides with other Godzilla entertainment news and releases, including the Apple TV+ live-action monster series.

“Monarch: Legacy of Monsters,” streaming on Legendary Television, Safehouse Pictures and Toho, is a six-installment series starring Kurt Russell and his son, Wyatt Russell, that tracks two siblings following in their father’s footsteps to uncover their family’s connection to the secretive organization known as Monarch.

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