From Novel Games:
Nonogram is an ancient puzzle game originated from Japan. The object of this game is to recreate a hidden picture based on some hints. The hints will tell you how a row or a column of colours will look like, and since different colour combinations can result in the same hint, you need to consolidate a number of hints before you can derive how the picture should look like. You need to use a lot of logical thinking in this game.
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"Nice game that taxes the brain"
Version: Nonogram Deluxe 1.1
Challenging to play, not too hard to learn.
The graphics are not very exciting.
I like puzzle games and am just getting into nonograms as an alternative to sudoko which I've done to death. This game is a good, basic introduction to the nonogram concept. But I am a game kid who loves visuals, so this looks unexciting to me. I went surfing and found a couple of other similar games the best was Gemsweeper at lobstersoft.com, which has really popping graphics.