Puzzle fans may be familiar with Picross, a type of brainteaser in which you use numerical clues to complete a picture crossword. These paint by numbers puzzles have been adapted to video game format and popularized thanks to Nintendo’s long-running Picross series. Lightwood Games’ Pic-a-Pix Deluxe takes the formula and implements one big element: color. This single change adds another dimension to each picture crossword.
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Picture Puzzle Pixel Perfect
The Nintendo Switch’s handheld mode is one of my favorite aspects about the system, and the puzzle genre is one of the easiest to play portably. While faster match-three games like Puyo Puyo Tetris are already on the market, I also like to sit down and play slower brain teasers to stimulate my mind. Score Studios and Rainy Frog’s Piczle Lines DX scratches that cerebral itch.
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