Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles is a logic puzzle game that challenges you to make a picture from numerical clues.
This sequel to the popular Pixel Perfect Puzzles gives you 50 new holiday and winter themed pictures to reveal. Each clue tells you where to draw a run of consecutive black squares. The clues in a row or column appear in the same order as the runs in the puzzle grid, with at least one empty square between each run. Start with the largest clues first, and then cross out squares that you know should be empty. This will allow you to narrow down the possibilities and logically determine the remaining squares.
The challenges can be tough, but there are 3 hints available on each puzzle to help you out if you get stuck. The game can even find and erase errors at any time. Time, hints used, and errors are tracked for each puzzle. Can you discover every picture?
If you like using logic to solve puzzles, you will love Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles!
- A Puzzle Game for Kindle
Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles
Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles Reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
My kind of Puzzle,
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This review is from: Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles (Kindle Edition)I downloaded the Pixel Perfect Holiday puzzles for my Kindle. It is a great brain teaser with pictures. Using the grid pad, you are told how many dots per line and it is up to you to decide where they go on the grid. There is always the mistake button [e] to check you work. I use that a lot. This is a fun game for Kindle and I would recommend it to everyone.
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful:
Another great set of Pixel puzzles,
This review is from: Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles (Kindle Edition)I loved the original Pixel Perfect Puzzles as a great free puzzle set, and recommended it. It has 5 introductory puzzles and 50 main puzzles, broken down as follows:
11 - Winter Begins
07 - Hanukkah
07 - Christmas
11 - Winter Continues
07 - Kwanzaa
07 - New Years
These puzzles are also known as Nonograms, Hanjie, Paint by Numbers, Griddlers. It was originally developed by Non Ishida in Japan, in 1988.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
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This review is from: Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles (Kindle Edition)This is just as addictive as the original Pixel Perfect. I decided to pace myself so I could stretch the fun over a few days. That lasted 3 days. Oh well.
With reset, the pictures are erased and I can work through the puzzles again. Maybe, I can stretch the fun to last for a week. That's certainly wishful thinking!
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