# Life: Color Nonogram

4.4
768 reviews
50K+
Everyone

Nonograms, also known as Paint by Numbers, Picross, Griddlers, Pic-a-Pix, Hanjie, and various other names, are picture Logic puzzle in which cells in a grid must be colored or left blank according to numbers at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture.

*** Rule ***
In Nonogram, the numbers are a form of discrete tomography that measures how many unbroken lines of filled-in squares there are in any given row or column. For example, a clue of "4 8 3" would mean there are sets of four, eight, and three filled squares, in that order, with at least one blank square between successive sets.

*** Features ***
● More than 200 hand crafted beautiful pixel arts
● There are various topics to have fun with
● Playing and learning about nature at the same time
● Easy controls, either using drag or d-pad
● Support Monotone and Color Mode
● Support zooming in big size level
● Playing session is saved/resumed automatically
● Don’t forget to using Mark (X) to solve the puzzle easier

*** Strategy ***
Simpler puzzles can usually be solved by a reasoning on a single row only (or a single column) at each given time, to determine as many boxes and spaces on that row as possible. Then trying another row (or column), until there are no rows that contain undetermined cells.

Some more difficult puzzles may also require several types of "what if?" reasoning that include more than one row (or column). This works on searching for contradictions: When a cell cannot be a box, because some other cell would produce an error, it will definitely be a space. And vice versa. Advanced solvers are sometimes able to search even deeper than into the first "what if?" reasoning. It takes, however, a lot of time to get some progress.

If you like to solve classic logic puzzles such as sudoku, minesweeper, pixel art or different math games, you will love Nonogram.
Updated on
May 15, 2022

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4.4
768 reviews
Carrie Stevens
May 27, 2022
My favorite nonogram. I had just finished the last puzzle when the update happened YAY! Controls work well. I haven't had any problem glitches. constructive criticism: add in the names for the animal stages. IE a baby deer would a fawn and a sheep is a lamb instead of using the word juvenile. Edit: ah! I see! Thank you for clarifying. EDIT: ads are the main revenue of a game. But ads that change the page unexpectedly while I'm counting squares are really bad. Pls reconsider this type of ad.
8 people found this review helpful
Pixeption
March 9, 2022
Hi Carrie, thank you for 5 star review and we glad that you like the game. The reason we use general terms like juvenile, baby ... is we don't want to spoil the plant/animal until you solve the last piece of puzzle.
Denver Sangrey
April 11, 2022
An excellent and chill nonogram game. The ads aren't intrusive because they won't play mid-puzzle, and I love the creative themed puzzles like the evolution stages. My wife who could not care less about the number puzzles still asks to see the completed ones because she finds them very cute. I wish I could have an error-free mode for the extra challenge. I'd pay for even more puzzles too!
4 people found this review helpful
Pixeption
April 13, 2022
Hi Denver, Thank you for your kind review and we couldn't happier that you and your wife like our work. We're planning on a new game mode that you might like (error-free). Have a wonderful day!
Kaz Van Meter
January 17, 2022
I'm disappointed to find that this is one of my least favorite versions of this game. Visually the game is stunning, and I love the concept of giving a fact after each puzzle, but the controls lack. Despite having an option to turn off autocorrecting mistakes, the feature doesn't work. Misclicking means you lose a life. There's no undo or redo buttons, and I was irritated by not being able to easily cross off whole rows, as any previously placed Xs will be undone. Great potential. Poorly made.
38 people found this review helpful