A New Year Brings New Puzzles

January 22, 2013 10:54 by kelly

New year, new resolutions, new experiences, new puzzles!

We've added hundreds of beautiful designs for 2013 from new manufacturers like...

Dowdle Folk Art

Yankees Stadium - 500pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Dowdle



Paris, France Panorama - 1000pc Panoramic Jigsaw Puzzle by Kindertraume


Jackson Pollock: Convergence - 1000pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Pomegranate


Spiel Spass


Seaside - 300pc Jigsaw Puzzle by Tomax

and more


We're so excited to keep adding to our collection as the year progresses and can't wait for Toy Fair 2013 which will bring even MORE new items!! If you'd like to be notified of our newest puzzles, why not join our email list or Like us on Facebook - you'll never miss a sale, coupon, or new puzzle announcement!


Happy New Year! 

SeriousShops.com Visits the New York Toy Fair 2011

March 5, 2011 12:19 by kelly

A couple weeks ago, we bundled up in our winter gear, piled into our car, and headed up for a day in the Big Apple to see what’s new on the puzzles, games, and plush horizons.

The New York Toy Fair is always exciting, and this year was no different!
TF11 treated us to amazing Lego sculptures:

Mega Blocks creations:

giant flexible balance beams:

TV-screen backpacks:

life-like bobblehead dolls:

and the "world’s largest puzzle":

a 32,000 piece jigsaw!

We’re happy to have discovered several awesome games and new jigsaw puzzle lines which we’re anxious to add to our websites in the coming weeks and months. Make sure to check back often, we’ll be featuring our newest items on the front page of SeriousPuzzles.com!

Serious Shops visits Toy Fair 2010

February 18, 2010 10:49 by kelly

Adam, Dan, and I headed up the NJ Turnpike for an exciting trip to New York City to visit the New York Toy Fair being held in the Javits Center in Manhattan. This was Serious Shops' third year (and best yet!) visiting NYTF.


NYTF is a fantastic place to meet up with some of our current vendors, find new products and toymakers, and even catch an early glimpse of the next big thing in the toy world. Of course bringing home toy samples for the kids (and ourselves, of course) is a major plus!


The highlight this year had to be getting my photo taken with Robert Pattinson - you know, Edward Cullen from Twilight? 


Okay, it was just a cardboard cutout, but cool, nonetheless, right?!


We visited the amazing Lego display:


Best item of the show had to be the prototype of the soon-to-be released Rubik’s Slide puzzle on which we’ve spent the last few days mastering the easy level. 


I’m sure it will be a big hit this holiday season! Great brain teaser!

We collected catalogs, tested out puzzles, watched a skateboard demo, shook plenty of hands, walked what felt like miles of aisles, ate super-expensive mediocre food, saw some really unique toys, puzzles, & games, and overall had a really fun, productive time!

Next up: choosing which products to add to our line-up this year.  Stay tuned for new additions like Heye and EuroGraphics jigsaw puzzles!  I’m already looking forward to next year.