For a long time now, philosophers have questioned and developed physiological and psychological quests that demand determination, patience, and logic to work out. Such mental activities were particularly widespread in most of the historical civilizations, making our primitive types of puzzles. The most common of these early forms of puzzles was the maze which was an actual life-size maze. The jigsaw puzzle closely followed the maze and was effectively applied in teaching world geography in the 18th-century. After which came…