It's a fast-paced puzzle game to uncover pictures based on numbers.
The particle and sound effects feedback when uncovering pictures are very energizing!
How fast can you find the key numbers and link it with another numbers to get a solution?
Try it! Do your best to get 5 medals and compete with your friends for the best score!
This game is perfect for anyone who loves to train their brain in a daily basis.
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Nonograms, also known as Hanjie, Griddlers, Picross, Japanese Crosswords, Japanese Puzzles, Pic-a-Pix, "Paint by numbers" and other names, are picture logic puzzles 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. 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 groups.
To solve a puzzle, one needs to determine which cells will be boxes and which will be empty. Determining which cells are to be left empty (called spaces) is as important as determining which to fill (called boxes). Later in the solving process, the spaces help determine where a clue (continuing block of boxes and a number in the legend) may spread. Solvers usually use a dot or a cross to mark cells they are certain are spaces.
It is also important never to guess. Only cells that can be determined by logic should be filled. If guessing, a single error can spread over the entire field and completely ruin the solution.
- 1001 nonograms
- All puzzles are free
- All puzzles tested by computer program and have unique logical solution
- Nonograms sorted by groups from 5x5 to 50x50
- Black-and-white and colored
- Use both crosses and dots to mark cells
- Auto cross out numbers
- Auto fill line with 'X' when you mark last number
- Auto save every puzzle, if you stuck you can try another puzzle and come back later
- Customizable background
- Zoom and smooth scrolling
- Lockable number bars
- Lock current puzzle state, check assumptions
- Optional cursor for accurate picking
- Share result pictures on Facebook, Twitter and more
- Save game progress to the cloud
- Screen rotation support
- Tablet support
- Show Answer
- No Ads
(by Giocare) "Love the simple premise, but how challenging it is to complete a puzzle. Good interface. Many hours of fun await. It's like a crossword without the words."
Addictive - ★★★★★
(by Jigarama) "This is a great version of nonograms. I have done most of the games like these and this is one of the best controls."
Nonograms is based on the addictive Japanese puzzle game. Much like Sudoku and other such puzzles, the goal in Nonograms is to fill cells in a grid according to the provided hints.
Nonograms includes over 10,000 unique, challenging puzzles developed by Atanas Georgiev, founder of puzzle-nonograms.com. These puzzles are what makes this app so great. Unlike other puzzles that are generated randomly, these puzzles use sophisticated algorithm to test for maximum enjoyability.
The puzzles included range in size from the simple 5x5 to the challenging 20x20 (Some resolution devices are limited to 5x5 - 15x15.
The controls have been designed specifically for Android and are effortless to play.
• 10,000 different puzzles designed by the awesome Atanas Georgiev, operator of puzzle-loop.com, ensure that you will never run out of fresh puzzles
• Currently played puzzle is always saved so you can resume it at a later time
• Beautiful graphics let you play in peace
• Turn sounds on and off
• Game timer keeps you engaged
• Auto-fill feature fills a complete row or column with 'x'. Very useful for larger puzzles.
How to play:
Nonograms board is a square grid. Each cell on the grid can be either on or off.
The top and left edges of the grid contain hint numbers. The hints describe the chain of connected marked cells that appear in the row or column. For example, if the hints for a row is 3 2, it means that the row has three consecutive cells marked, followed by at least on non-marked cell, and the two consecutive marked cells.
The puzzle is solved when all the cells are filled-in correctly.
Use the 'X' to specify that a particular cell cannot be marked.
The rules of the game resemble Minesweeper in Zen style.
Your task is to open all empty cells and put the stones to the cells with Yin-Yang symbol (You should put a stone before open the cell). However, unlike Minesweeper, the game does not end on the first mistake, but you will get penalty. Wrongly placed stones can't be removed, you also will get penalty for them.
The number of dots indicates how many Yin-Yang places on neighboring cells.
Lotus safely can be placed on any closed cell and opens all cells around, automatically placing stones.
Also Lotus can be used to fix mistakes. Unused Lotuses added to final score.
- Minesweeper based game in Zen Stone Garden
- Hexagonal cells
- Huge game field up to 120x100 cells
- Perimeter is already opened, so you will not get stuck in the corners
- Meditative gameplay
- Mistake is not the end, the win is not the goal
- Relaxing sounds and animations
- Zoom and smooth scrolling
Sudoku is considered to be one of the most well-known numeric puzzles; they also call it a numeric or digital crossword. Translated from Japanese, Sudoku means “numbers rescued from solitude,” and, according to statistics, this is quite true. You can find this “magic square” in many magazines, newspapers and collections, and not only in Japan, but around the world! Solving these puzzles is so popular that it’s considered the most simple and exciting form of leisure entertainment. It’s interesting to note its ability to develop logical and abstract thinking.
The game field is a 9x9 stacked square, which is divided by darker lines into 9 squares with sides of three cells. As a result, you get a game field of 81 cells, each of which must have its own special number. At first, some of the cells are already filled with numbers (from 1 to 9); they serve as prompts. You must fill the remaining empty cells with numbers, so that in each row, column and smaller square, numbers don’t repeat; that is, they’re only encountered once.
With the game on “paper,” players often use pencil and eraser, and also various types of “tabs” to conveniently fill in the field. However, our program has a series of special characteristics that make the game more exciting and interesting without any sort of additional gimmicks.
Features of our App:
- 7 levels of difficulty
- 7 million Sudoku
- All Sudoku are free
- Identical numbers are highlighted
- Available numbers are highlighted
- Auto-save for current puzzles
- Save any interesting puzzles
- Lock a current field, check options
- Choose a font for numbers
- Choose a background
- A picture bonus for winning each level of diffiulty
- Supports screen rotation
- Supports tablets
Features for VIP users:
- No Ads
This is a super thinking falling-block puzzle.
Move blocks by swipe, drop blocks by tapping the drop button.
You ought to think carefully and then clear the blocks. There are a hundred stages.
An official hint page is here: http://e.strnet.com/Pordlla/hint.html
* Auto save
* Languages Supported: English, Japanese
Connect STR below
You will face enemies, traps, doors and switches, which combined create most diverse challenges to beat. All starts easy but it will get more and more difficult... how far can you get?
There is also a level editor, which lets you create your own mazes with unlimited possibilities. Challenge your friends with your own puzzles!
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Use Sudoku like thinking to solve the puzzles.
Griddle includes 3 grid sizes each with 3 difficulty levels giving you everything form a quick solve to a tough mental workout!
Griddle Gratis lets you play Griddle completely free of charge!
* 3 grid sizes
* 3 difficulties
* Hints when you get stuck
* Stats about your solving
* Integrated adverts ('Griddle' is available without adverts)
Griddle game concept and software copyright © 2012 Evenload
With 2 new shapes and 100 unique levels of super smooth gameplay, STaCKaH will provide countless hours of fun entertainment.
The object of the game is stack the blocks at the bottom of the screen.
When a row is filled, it disappears and the level moves down.
The more rows you fill at once, the higher the score for clearing the rows.
You also score extra points for instantly dropping the block down.
Upon finishing a level, you will be awarded a score multiplier,
depending on how many of the original blocks you have cleared.
On each side of the level is a progress indicator bar.
The blue bar (on the left) indicates the progress towards unlocking the second next block display.
The bar has several obstructions on it, which you remove by creating a row at the same height.
After all obstructions are cleared, the second next block display will turn on.
The red bar (on the right) indicates the progress towards completing the level.
When the bar reaches the top, the level is finished and you will be presented with your final score.
- 9 different shaped blocks.
- Smooth falling blocks.
- 100 Unique Levels with increasing difficulty.
- Awards for clearing a level (Bronze/Silver/Gold stars).
- Best and last score saved.
- Clear percentage per level.
- Hours and hours of play fun, try getting the gold stars and 100% cleared for every level.
- Customizable sensitivity settings.
- Play statistics.
You might never want to put this game down once you start playing.
The above features and (re)playability of the game, make this a gem in everyone's game collection!
Here is the actual description:
This is a puzzle/logic/brain-teaser type game. There is a 5 by 3 grid of black and white cells. Touching a cell changes the color of all adjacent cells. The goal is to have all black cells.
The picture in the icon shows an example puzzle, which can be solved in two moves.