Nonogram, meaning Japanese riddles, are fascinating one-kind visual jigsaw puzzles that test logic, symbolic thinking, and general knowledge. The digits of a brain Japanese crossword puzzle are used to encode a picture. This puzzle aims to piece together an accurate representation of this scene.
Groups of darkened cells (reaching a row without gaps) are explained by the numbers on the left and top of something like the crossword problem. And the order from these numbers represents the Classic Nonogram order among those groups, but each group's beginning and ending points remain unknown; it is your job to figure this out.
Each number of coloured cells shows a distinct set of some specified classic size, 1 represents a group of one coloured cell). At least one uncoloured one should separate each cluster of casual cells of the same hue. With the mouse, you may decorate individual cells.
Release date: 27 November 2021 , Platform: Web browser
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