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Picross e (3DS eShop)

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Use numbers as hints to complete illustrations in this series of "picture crossword puzzles", which Nintendo has been developing as its own brand of game software since 1995.

Anyone can enjoy it with its simple and easy to understand rules.

With this version's newly implemented navigation feature, puzzles can be solved more smoothly than ever.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

Almost picture perfect

By now, most of you should be familiar with the concept of Picross. First appearing on the Game Boy with Mario's Picross and most recently in slightly altered form in Picross 3D, Picross has always been a bit of an unassuming, almost low-key affair, but...

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User Comments (5)

MitchVogelStaff

#3

MitchVogel said:

I kinda wish we'd get a sequel to Picross 3D. I enjoyed that style a bit more than the regular sudoku like type. All the same, this game looks great. I can't wait!

Dyl_73

#5

Dyl_73 said:

Downloaded it and it's great. It's clear to read, easy to mark squares, and it's picross. What more do we need?...... erm..... 3D puzzles would be nice.

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