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Nonogram FRVR

rated 2.85 / 5 stars
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Jul 6, 2017 | 10:08 AM EDT

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Hey Everyone,

We finally got around to releasing our latest addictive Puzzle game!

So if you have a few minutes to exercise your brain while you relax to a meditative soundtrack? Nonogram has what you’re looking for. The nonogram-style picture cross gameplay is easy to learn but takes practice and skill to master.

Hone your powers of deduction and solve the levels – all presented in beautiful, subtle colors and eye-pleasing graphic themes.

An incorrect choice in the grid results in a slash. Three slashes and the level must be restarted. Solve the level without slashes to earn achievement stars.

Nonogram has 3 levels of difficulty: casual, normal or challenging.
Can you earn 3 stars at every level?

- Choose from 3 levels of difficulty: casual, normal or challenging
- Original meditative music
- Pleasing sound effects
- Collect achievement stars for a perfect record
- Suitable for all ages
- Sharpen your skills
- Eye-pleasing graphics
- 7 different themes to choose from
- Stress-free challenges
- Easy tutorial introduction
- Unlimited levels



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Your basic picross game, with a pleasant folding-paper looking interface. Apparently, new puzzles are added each day, for casual, normal, and challenging difficulties.

Two things to note about this game:
1. The puzzles are just random. Most picross games I've played, the solution turns out to be some kind of a pixel image. This game does not do that. There is a pro and con to that - the pro being you aren't tempted to "guess" the puzzle once you figure out what the image is, and the con is that you aren't "rewarded" with a little picture after solving a puzzle.
2. There is no way to mark off squares you know are empty. Even when the game auto-eliminates a row or column for you, it does not visually mark off the empty squares. The saving grace is that the puzzles aren't very big (the biggest I've seen so far is 8x6) so you can try to keep track of it in your head. If the puzzles were any bigger (like 10x10 or 15x15 or bigger) I would say this interface is too frustratingly limited to play a decent game on. But, as it is, I find it challenging but not impossible. Still annoying though.

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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I have to say that this is probably the worst example of this kind of puzzle I've seen. There doesn't even appear to be any way to mark tiles that you know to be empty.

Benjaminsen responds:

I'll look into a marked as empty hint option :)