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Pic-a-Pix rules

Pic-a-Pix are Picture Logic puzzles that form whimsical pixel-composed pictures when solved. Using logic alone, the solver determines which squares are painted and which should remain empty until the hidden picture is completely exposed. Challenging, deductive and artistic, this original Japanese invention offers the ultimate mix of logic, art and fun while providing solvers with many hours of mentally stimulating entertainment. If you like Sudoku, Kakuro and other logic puzzles, you will love Conceptis Pic-a-Pix as well!

Pic-a-Pix puzzles come in B&W and color, and are available in many sizes and difficulty levels taking anything from five minutes to several hours to solve. However, make one mistake and you’ll find yourself stuck later on as you get closer to the solution...

B&W Pic-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a blank grid with clues on the left of every row and on the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting blocks in each row and column so their length and sequence corresponds to the clues, and there is at least one empty square between adjacent blocks.

B&W Pic-a-Pix (A) B&W Pic-a-Pix (B) B&W Pic-a-Pix (C)

Color Pic-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a blank grid with colored clues on the left of every row and on the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting blocks in each row and column so their length, color and sequence corresponds to the clues, and there is at least one empty square between adjacent same-color blocks. It is allowed to have no empty square between adjacent different-color blocks.

Color Pic-a-Pix (A) Color Pic-a-Pix (B) Color Pic-a-Pix (C)

Mega Pic-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a blank grid with B&W or colored clues on the left of every row and on the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting blocks in each row and column so their length, color and sequence corresponds to the clues, and there is at least one empty square between adjacent same-color blocks. In the case of color puzzles, it is allowed to have no empty square between adjacent different-color blocks.

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