One of the functions of design is to give a new appearance to traditional inventions, not only without losing their practicality and usefulness, but to improve them. Sometimes, a new design is even capable of providing new uses, unexplored possibilities that arise with the new configuration. This is precisely what happens with the innovation we’re presenting in this month’s publication. We are talking about Puzzle Play, a compact and modular aquatic game inspired by traditional puzzle pieces. These, usually two-dimensional pieces, now move to the third dimension and are raised above the ground to allow the incorporation of slides and other games. Water is added, providing refreshing properties and leisure potential to an already recreational ensemble.