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Mr bean jigsaw

Maybe it's something simple, when doing the jigsaw in mr bean, i can't make the pieces rotate. How do i get the pieces to rotate?

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  • Anonymous May 17, 2009

    i cant get jigsaw peices to to rotate either drag and hold down left doesnt work

  • karet May 17, 2009

    drag and hold left button doesnt work any other ideas

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Just simlpe just drag it ang hold the left buttom for it to rotate

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