Puzzle Game known as Pic-a-Pix

Pic-a-Pix puzzles have also been referred to as nonograms, griddlers, hanjies and many other names, originally known as the Japanese form called Oekaki-Logic.  If you are new to them, they are basically picture logic puzzles in which cells in a grid must be colored in or left blank, dependent upon the number clues at the side of the grid.  The big reward, an image evolves as you solve!  Solving them provides a “pumped-up” learning activity, while coloring them provides a form of meditation.  Recommended for 8 years and up.

 I’m ready to begin, but I might need to know a little more:  Rules of Play.

 Look for the free printables which will provide you with some “good old fashioned fun” on paper.  Enjoy several how to do picapix videos.  Books of 100 pages of puzzles each are available.

A bundle of interactive puzzles in folder LearnPicapix can be found on App called Picross HD at http://www.fivelakesstudio.com .