Princess Nuriko Free

Contains adsIn-app purchases
142 reviews
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About this game

Ever helped a princess in the far east? Here is your chance!

Princess Nuriko is a puzzle game with similarities to Sudoku, Minesweeper and Picross.
*Now with even more and larger Levels*

Play 88 carefully designed nurikabe puzzles from easy to hard.
Finish each puzzle to see tiny farmer villages grow in 3D.

(This free version contains ads)

Watch gameplay video on youtube:

This game is HD. To make sure your handset is compatible try out this free version before you buy the game!

If you have any questions or trouble with the game, please do not down-vote but send me an email at:

Levels are designed to have only 1 unique solution. If you are really sure you found a level with multiple solutions, please email me about it!
Updated on
Oct 26, 2014

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Ratings and reviews

118 reviews
A Google user
January 9, 2019
Great and stylish version of Nurikabe puzzle for Android. Lots of stages, all of them created by hand like Nikoli puzzles.
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A Google user
May 28, 2017
Charming nurikabe game with a nice little story and pretty graphics. The music creates a nice mood and has variety .. some pieces are orchestral-style, one sounds like lounge music. The puzzles are designed by hand rather than generated, which I think gives them a certain elegance. At first I didn't like that you got points off for mistakes, but it gives you an incentive to replay to improve your score.
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A Google user
February 7, 2014
As everyones been saying...the game gets frustrating when theres more than one solution (examples: the board with all 2s, and the board with the 4 in the bottom right corner). I understand these are difficult to make, which is probably why Picma has so few puzzles...but at least all of those are solvable. It also took me the entire demo to get the hang of the play, and move past "this is so frustrating, what is the additional rule i am missing" to "its not me, the game is genuinely flawed". Demo needs more
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Ludocrazy Games
February 10, 2014
the board with all 2s definitely has only 1 solution. please take the time to help me by sending me an email with an alternative solution for certain levels if you think there is a second solution. i will be happy to help you understand or congratulate you when you really found a 2nd solution (and immediately fix the level and update the game)

What's new

Added 100 new levels!
Fixed bugs
Fixed incompatibilities with devices