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This is a hidden-picture puzzle game similar to nonograms, but with clues inside and outside the grid.

It has over 100 levels that gradually introduce new mechanics.

The tutorial should be straightforward - just click 'first time'

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Meh. Not my cup of tea. You wouldn't think so, considering I played through half, but while I enjoyed the changes in the rules from time to time, the mixing and matching of rules seemingly contradicted eachother on multiple levels, making them unsolveable.

Honestly,it was a very fun game, but starting level 56(the smileys) of the introduction levels i got frustrated with the added elements. If at least a person could mark the tiles without causing a "mistake", but this way you would have to all remember possible outcomes in your head, several dozen steps ahead, which makes it more a memory game than a logic one.

Great game I have been playing it a lot
Just a little bug.. I finished the first 60 levels and 20 relaxing levels
I cant access levels from like 21-30 nothing happens. The others work

I really like this one, it's a nice little puzzle game that reminds me of the minesweeper days during class. It's also charming and simplistic in its art style :) No music but that means I can listen to my own tunes as i kill some time .

This is a fantastic little puzzle game! I like the mechanics and how it gets progressively more difficult with all the new complex rules added every few levels. Very well done!

One thing I thought could be improved is the mistake system. I think it could be replaced with a hint system (or "check progress" button that will tell how many mistakes you made) while retaining the same intentions you had for it. This is mostly because I've accidentally clicked a few times when I didn't mean to, and got solutions (or penalized) unintentionally. I also would like to click buttons to try them out without having the intention for them to be final answers, but that's not possible with the mistake system you have. It's just a minor preference worth mentioning :)

Also I'm very curious on how you generated levels based on the art. Did you create a program to help you out with that? That stuff is really interesting to me. If you did it manually, then I'm equally impressed. Either way, the levels were really clever and challenging, and I'm having a great time playing through! :D

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3.97 / 5.00

Oct 14, 2017
7:19 PM EDT
Puzzles - Other
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