Sudoku&Nonogram Ukiyoe Collect

Sudoku&Nonogram Ukiyoe Collect


Play 5 fun puzzles & earn Ukiyo-e prints!
Japan's most popular puzzle app finally makes its worldwide debut!

Play 5 different types of puzzles, including 3 versions of Sudoku – Standard, Greater Than Sudoku, and Jointed Sudoku. The app also includes 2 types of the increasingly popular Nonogram puzzle: Monochrome & Color.

As you solve these fun and challenging puzzles, you'll earn points that can be used to redeem traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e prints by more than 20 masters such as Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshige. There are over 200 prints to collect for your virtual Ukiyo-e gallery!

We focused on building the app with the player in mind and hope you'll enjoy its easy-to-use format and controls. Beautifully designed Japanese-style graphics, sound effects and background music also add to the experience.

Please test out the app and enjoy!

Recent changes:
[ver1.1.0 2013.04.09]
Now more puzzles! We've added more puzzles with the latest update for you to play!

[ver1.0.1 2013.03.31]
Monochrome & Color Nonograms - Improved the operability of the control pad.
Monochrome & Color Nonograms - Lightly colored in alternating 5 x 5 blocks to make each block in the grid more distinguishable.
The Puzzle Coin Shop can also be accessed now by pressing the Puzzle Coin button.
Removed various bugs.
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About Sudoku&Nonogram Ukiyoe Collect
Play 5 fun puzzles & earn Ukiyo-e prints!
Japan's most popular puzzle app finally makes its worldwide debut!

Play 5 different types of puzzles, including 3 versions of Sudoku – Standard, Greater Than Sudoku, and Jointed Sudoku. The app also includes 2 types of the increasingly popular Nonogram puzzle: Monochrome & Color.

As you solve these fun and challenging puzzles, you'll earn points that can be used to redeem traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e prints by more than 20 masters such as Katsushika Hokusai and Utagawa Hiroshige. There are over 200 prints to collect for your virtual Ukiyo-e gallery!

We focused on building the app with the player in mind and hope you'll enjoy its easy-to-use format and controls. Beautifully designed Japanese-style graphics, sound effects and background music also add to the experience.

Please test out the app and enjoy!

Recent changes:
[ver1.1.0 2013.04.09]
Now more puzzles! We've added more puzzles with the latest update for you to play!

[ver1.0.1 2013.03.31]
Monochrome & Color Nonograms - Improved the operability of the control pad.
Monochrome & Color Nonograms - Lightly colored in alternating 5 x 5 blocks to make each block in the grid more distinguishable.
The Puzzle Coin Shop can also be accessed now by pressing the Puzzle Coin button.
Removed various bugs.
User reviews of Sudoku&Nonogram Ukiyoe Collect
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 19, 2014
WARNING! you are subject to lose all progress without WARNING! It takes a very long time to unlock levels. I lost all progress just before unlocking expert levels. The maker will not respond to help you. Really disappointing and frustrating!!
A Google User
Apr 9, 2013
Very limited game play if you don't pay The puzzles are very good. The problem is, the levels and types of puzzles start out locked. As a result, all you can play is easy sudoku until you unlock easy nonogram, so on and so forth. After all the easy levels are unlocked, the next difficult starts. Still not a problem, until you realize that you are only given 30 "coins" to play games with, along with around 20 "free coin of the day"s. This means you can ONLY play about 50 times for free. After that, you have to spend money if you want to play any more. If you pay, you still only get a limited number of coins, so it's not clear how much money you would have to pay to play all the puzzles. If you really like these types of games, get CrossMe, CrossMe Color, Simon Tatham's Puzzles, and Sudoku 10,000 or Sudoku4Ever. You'll get your puzzle fix for a lot cheaper, with better interfaces. Update: 250 "coins" costs $5.39. To unlock all the gallery pictures would cost $59.29 in purchases. You can advertise the app on Twitter/Facebook for some free coins, but I think I'll skip that.
A Google User
Apr 9, 2013
Very limited game play if you don't pay The puzzles are very good. The problem is, the levels and types of puzzles start out locked. As a result, all you can play is easy sudoku until you unlock easy nonogram, so on and so forth. After all the easy levels are unlocked, the next difficult starts. Still not a problem, until you realize that you are only given 30 "coins" to play games with, along with around 20 "free coin of the day"s. This means you can ONLY play about 50 times for free. After that, you have to spend money if you want to play any more. If you pay, you still only get a limited number of coins, so it's not clear how much money you would have to pay to play all the puzzles. If you really like these types of games, get CrossMe, CrossMe Color, Simon Tatham's Puzzles, and Sudoku 10,000 or Sudoku4Ever. You'll get your puzzle fix for a lot cheaper, with better interfaces. Update: 250 "coins" costs $5.39. To unlock all the gallery pictures would cost $59.29 in purchases. You can advertise the app on Twitter/Facebook for some free coins, but I think I'll skip that.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2013
Nice interface shame about the billing system It's a very nicely put together game but the fact that after your free games you will need to pay for each and every puzzle you play somewhat blights it. I'm not against paying but I'd much rather pay a fixed price or be able to permanently unlock features for a price than be required to be constantly feeding more money into an app.