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Nonogames

Nonogames are videogames based on Nonograms: logic based puzzles where the goal is to reveal an image. Each row and column is marked with numbers indicating how many boxes are to be filled, but the location of these boxes within the row or column is up to the player to figure out.

Example play (of Mario's Super Picross) on Youtube.

Examples

  • 365 Puzzle Club
  • Anpanman no Oeka Kids
  • Color Cross
  • DS Puzzler: Numpla Fan & Oekaki Logic
    • DS Puzzler: Numpla Fan & Oekaki Logic Wi-Fi Taiou
  • Descartes Enigma
    • Descartes Rainbow
  • Drymouth
  • Essential Sudoku DS (includes nonogames)
  • Gemsweeper
  • Kids Station: Oshaberi Oekaki Kikansha Thomas to Nakamatachi
    • Kids Station: Oshaberi Oekaki Soreike! Anpanman
  • Logic Pro series.
  • Logic Puzzle Rainbow Town
  • Mario's Picross
  • Minna no Oekaki Yasan
  • Numpla & Oekaki Puzzle
  • O-chan no Oekaki Logic
    • O-chan no Oekaki Logic 2
    • O-chan no Oekaki Logic 3
  • Oekaki Logic
    • Oekaki Logic 2
  • Oekaki Puzzle
    • Oekaki Puzzle 2
    • Oekaki Puzzle 3
    • Oekaki Puzzle 4
    • Oekaki Puzzle 5
    • Oekaki Puzzle Shuu
  • Oekaki Puzzle Battle Vol. 1: Yuusha-Oh GaoGaiGar
    • Oekaki Puzzle Battle: Kaiketsu Zorori Version
    • Oekaki Puzzle Battle: Mahin Eiyuuden Wataru Version
    • Oekaki Puzzle Battle: Zettai Muteki Raijin-Oh Version
  • PicrossST
    • PicrossST: AC 2008 Edition
  • Picture Puzzle (PAL) / Oekaki Puzzl (JP)
  • PixelPics
  • Pixudoku
  • Puzzle Mate: Oekaki Mate
  • Scriptcross (a nonogame made in PuzzleScript)
  • World Riddles: Animals
  • World Mosaics
    • World Mosaics 2

See Also

 
 genre/nonogames.txt · Last modified: 2016/01/29 02:15 by the_blueberry_hill
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