Picross DS is the latest puzzle phenomenon from Japan and is set to become as popular as Sudoku. Picross DS is logical puzzle that has players mark squares in a grid in order to paint a picture. Players discover which squares to mark by analyzing numbers that are given for every row and column which indicate the amount of marked squares within the grid. Picross DS is played almost exclusively with the stylus, but there is also the option of conventional button controls.
Picross DS offers more than 300 puzzles, as well as unlockable high-score mini-games, spread over various difficulty levels in the normal puzzle mode. Picross DS also offers a race against the clock in the single player mode, putting players under pressure to improve there skills and ability on a daily basis, this will all be tracked over time.
Additional features offered in this great touch! generation title is the opportunity to create your own puzzles, and share them with friends via wireless communication, and the WiFi connection. WiFi also offers the opportunity to go online and battle against other users and down load additional puzzles.
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Picross is quite challenging and enjoyable but when you get to level two you have to keep zooming in and out and cant see the whole playing field. I find this very annoying but realise that the tougher puzzles require more squares so what can you do? I think I like it but as I said the jury is still out on the verdict.
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