Pixler - Nonogram Puzzle

Pixler - Nonogram Puzzle


This puzzle game combines the fun of sudoku with our love for old-time bitmap graphics. Pixel puzzles, also known as nonograms, are logic puzzles. The numbers represent how many contiguous blocks of color there are. Pixler goes from beginner levels (5 by 5 puzzles) to absolutely insane challenges for masters (20 by 20). The innovative interface combines the ease of navigation while allowing you to see the entire puzzle all at once. Solving nonograms requires seeing the big picture all at once and Pixler delivers, allowing you to view the entire puzzle, zoom and pan. The optimized interface doesn't require you to precisely click on tiny cells with really big fingers.

It comes packed with 35 beginner levels and over 60 advanced levels at each puzzle size (10x10, 15x15, and 20x20). And if that's not enough, it also comes with a Random puzzle mode where solvable random puzzles are generated, not just complete random patterns.

Features such as "Remove Incorrect" and "Show Solution" help you out when you need an extra boost or get frustrated. Start with 5x5 black and white, then move to the 5x5 color puzzles. Experience the challenge of color puzzles which add a completely new dimension to basic nonograms.

NOTE: Don't forget to fill in the white squares to. Long press the White and fill in the background to complete puzzles.

Recent changes:
- Fixed auto-move to move to where last move done
- Handles tablets running Honeycomb and ICS
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$1.29
71
3.6
User ratings
9
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
171 kb
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About Pixler - Nonogram Puzzle
This puzzle game combines the fun of sudoku with our love for old-time bitmap graphics. Pixel puzzles, also known as nonograms, are logic puzzles. The numbers represent how many contiguous blocks of color there are. Pixler goes from beginner levels (5 by 5 puzzles) to absolutely insane challenges for masters (20 by 20). The innovative interface combines the ease of navigation while allowing you to see the entire puzzle all at once. Solving nonograms requires seeing the big picture all at once and Pixler delivers, allowing you to view the entire puzzle, zoom and pan. The optimized interface doesn't require you to precisely click on tiny cells with really big fingers.

It comes packed with 35 beginner levels and over 60 advanced levels at each puzzle size (10x10, 15x15, and 20x20). And if that's not enough, it also comes with a Random puzzle mode where solvable random puzzles are generated, not just complete random patterns.

Features such as "Remove Incorrect" and "Show Solution" help you out when you need an extra boost or get frustrated. Start with 5x5 black and white, then move to the 5x5 color puzzles. Experience the challenge of color puzzles which add a completely new dimension to basic nonograms.

NOTE: Don't forget to fill in the white squares to. Long press the White and fill in the background to complete puzzles.

Recent changes:
- Fixed auto-move to move to where last move done
- Handles tablets running Honeycomb and ICS

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 28, 2013
Perfectly awful interface! Android tablets have touch interfaces! Why on earth do I need a 4 way toggle?!? Use TOUCH, FFS!
A Google User
Mar 13, 2013
Fun game, terrible interface Why do you have to use a scroll bar to make a move on a touch screen device? It's ridiculous! Also, it crashes every time I try to go to the next game. I hope they keep improving it.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2013
Fun game, terrible interface Why do you have to use a scroll bar to make a move on a touch screen device? It's ridiculous! Also, it crashes every time I try to go to the next game. I hope they keep improving it.
A Google User
Mar 10, 2013
Weird controls cant get over the comtrols... Better free stuff out there.