Have you ever heard of nonogram puzzles? Japanese crosswords? Paint by sudoku? They are the same: cleverly designed brain-training puzzles. Nonograms Prophecy has dozens of them!
How does it work? The numbers on the top and on the left side of the puzzle show how many pixels need to be filled in horizontally and vertically. Use your logic skills to choose the correct pixels and reveal a hidden picture. Your score depends on the time it takes you to solve the puzzle. Every mistake adds a penalty to the timer.
Kill a bit of time (while waiting for the bus, for example) to solve one of the easiest puzzles with 5x5 pixels. Be ready to devote much more time to deal with the bigger puzzles – pixels up to 20x20 – the hardest ones.
Nonograms Prophecy offers over 100 puzzles with pictures divided into thematic groups: food, zodiac, vehicles, etc.
In Nonogram Prophecy your goal is to figure out the positions of filled squares in a grid to complete the picture. Use the logic, watch the trailer.
Fat Dog Games
Although our game is kinda Greek-themed, the origin of nonograms goes further east than you might think!
The Steam page of Nonograms Prophecy is up and running!
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