Armor Picross 2

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Gabriel (gabs.tv) and Kenney (Kenney.nl) brings to you the sequel of the best nonogram puzzle game here on Newgrounds!
Keys: hold "X" or "SHIFT" to mark spaces with an X (to guide you).
If you didn't check Armor Picross 1 (it was released on early 2006), you may need to go to the INSTRUCTIONS to know how to play this game.
This was a project of over 3 months of development, it took a long time to make it, but it was totally worth it!
I hope you enjoy the game and support us by buying Armor Picross Pro!
P.S.: You may be asked to enlarge the SharedObjects space, please press "YES", it's because every puzzle can be saved so you can continue them later!
To save a puzzle (to finish it later) press QUIT >> SAVE AND QUIT



i would suggest putting this game on a vidoe game disk and selling it. you be a millonare


lot better than the first because of difficulty

very good

I just hooked my entire family to this game ^^ kinda change them from their sudoku >.> anyway good game, good logic, addiction, good music... massive cash ahead!! if you ever sell something... you should.

This game is the king of all puzzle games.

This is an amazing game that will get you addicted within the first ten minutes of playing. It starts off simple, and builds tougher and tougher with each passing level. Some levels take less than a minute, while others can take half an hour or more. The Extreme levels are INSANE. If you want a challenge, go there because the grids are enormous. The only problem I have is with the image you get at the end. It doesn't look that great. But everything else, superb!

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A picross addict

I was totally addicted to the first picross game, and this one's kept me tied up just as well. I just completed the last extreme level puzzle, and I can attest that there is absolutely no guessing required. I was able to solve every single puzzle with logic. Mind you, in some cases, I had to 'look ahead' quite extensively to narrow down possible pixel paths, but there was always ultimately one way and only one way that the numbers could fit together without contradictions.
Overall, an excellent brain exercise. Thanx for providing it!

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4.38 / 5.00

Dec 5, 2007
12:09 PM EST
Puzzles - Other
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