Picross is another logical item, prepared exclusively for owners of a two screen console from the Nintendo stables. This title is based on a puzzle (in Poland called number painting), created by Japanese graphic artist Nona Ishida. The idea for the game was born in 1987, when the author tried to transfer a picture of a skyscraper made of lighted lights on paper.
The game consists in proper painting the fields of the diagram so that the result is a drawing. The location of the elements that need to be marked is indicated by the numerous elements next to the board. The fields on the left-hand side determine the number of these fields in a given row. The same applies to the values above the diagram. Developers have offered more than three hundred puzzles of this kind, requiring even a few weeks of sacrifice. It is worth noting that failure to pass one of the previous levels does not block the transition to the next stage of the game.
Those who do not have a lot of free time were offered a module which gives them an opportunity to have a short but regular fun. Every day five not too complicated and fast riddles are solved. The obtained results are then presented in the form of a graph, which allows to analyze the progress made. In addition, the successive stages of the game in this system allows you to unlock previously unavailable modes, such as drawing from memory or searching for errors.
Individual movements are made by operating the style on the touch panel. The top screen shows the shape of the image to be reproduced. Options have also been implemented, allowing you to create your own levels and share them with friends. The user can design a drawing of any shape and size.
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