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Jan 11, 2010 | 10:39 PM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place January 13, 2010

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Update: Thanks for the daily second and front page. Also, thanks for the wonderful reviews, I'm reading all of them! If you like the music, make sure to check out the artist pages, especially Zircon, who also has a couple of really great CD's.

Pictogrid is a challenging slide puzzle game where you must shift pegs on a grid to match the solution image. Pegs move in unison by row or column, depending on which arrow you click. If this sounds confusing, don't worry! The game is really easy to pick up and play.

Pictogrid has 40 levels, ultimately becoming very challenging. The game will test your logic and patience. Fortunately, the game saves your data so you don't have to finish in one go. There is a level editor as well, where you can save and share levels you or other people have created. Enjoy!

Note 1: The undo button only goes back in time by one step.
Note 2: You need to beat the 4/4 of the last four levels to win.
Note 3: There is a secret cheat code at the end of the game that might come in handy for some players.

Reviews


cosmicjokecosmicjoke

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very well done

kudos on the original consept and the overall exicution of it
but the main reason it's a ten is the kick ass music!



kfir92kfir92

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it :D

It's really simple and fun and i love the music :)



jacksgloryjacksglory

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good game

Over all good game !



Jumpman1997Jumpman1997

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome

Very good game with very good music.


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AkarosAkaros

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Too addictive

I wish I had timed how long I spent on this damn game racking my brain for the next move. Normally, I'm not a patient puzzler. But this game grabbed me by the collar and wouldn't let go until I finished that damn 40th level. Time after time it when I wanted to stop it would slap me and tell me to get back to shifting those blocks. And I beat it! Finally! By the end of the game each new level is a heavy-duty problem (except Labyrinth, no offense but that level was tedious rather than mind-twisting), but all are definitely solvable with patience and the ability to step back and think rather than just moving blocks everywhere. Great game!

Also, "Almost Perfect" drove me insane. I did not get my sanity back after completing it. Can I get back sanity back now that I beat all 40?


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