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Square Dancer 5 Points

Complete the tutorial puzzles.

Block Master 25 Points

Complete the final 10x10 grid.

Grid Killer 50 Points

Complete the first 20x20 grid.

Pattern Proficienado 100 Points

Complete the game.

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A simple, low stress puzzle game... to start off. Your brain will bleed out your ears by the end of it!

Click / click and drag to fill in the grid. Use the numbers to figure out the correct pattern for each puzzle.

- A massive 96 levels.
- Puzzles ranging from grids of 9 to 400!
- All your favourite characters from that thing you played once, you think, maybe.

Now available for Android devices https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.BeastPixelsAndroid

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this game is good 5 stars

i love this game. 76 lvl is hard.


Games like this one (picross, nonogram) should be based on logic - and logic only. NEVER guessing. Arrrghh...

The idea may be good, but not well-executed. As it was already mentioned, many puzzles have more than 1 solution and it is unacceptable. I could present you plenty of examples of levels in which you can place all required squares in a way in which everything when it comes to numbers will be 100% ok, but the game won't recognize it as a solved level.
A picross that is well-made should be constructed in a way in which the numbers and their logic should lead the player to the solution of getting a certain image, while here it is quite the opposite: many times you have to guess what image was the Author thinking about, because not-definitely not-every single one of them can be solved using only pure logic. You even admit it in one of the clues that sometimes the logical thinking may be not enough - and that's the point: in all good picrosses logical thinking should be just enough to solve it completely without forcing the player to guess. It's like solving them with a trial and error method.