Nonograms: logic puzzles 4+

Roman Mikhnichenko

Designed for iPad

    • Free



For big fans of puzzles we have developed a game called Nonograms.

Nonograms is a unique Japanese crossword puzzle in which a color image is encrypted with a use of numbers. It develops imagination and logical thinking perfectly.

Images in the Japanese crossword puzzle are encrypted with a use of numbers located on the left side of the playing field and above it and they show how many cells need to be painted over. The numbers indicate how many groups of black cells are combined in each of these groups.

The task is to determine how these groups should be located on the field.

The puzzle solving mechanism is simple, just be patient and follow the instructions:
1. First of all, determine which cells will be painted over under any possible scenario and paint over them;
2. For convenience, identify cells that, in your opinion, should not be painted over and mark them with a cross or a dot;
3. Identify the numbers which positions you already know and cross them out;
4. You will get a field with notes, giving you the opportunity to go through the rows and columns again and identify what new notes should be made;
5. Repeat these steps until the crossword puzzle is completely solved and you see the encrypted image in it;
6. Having received a funny picture, proceed to the next level.

We have developed a user interface that allows you to concentrate on solving the puzzle as much as possible, excluding all the unnecessary details. Spend your time to good use.

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