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  • n. A puzzle in which cells of a grid must be filled or left blank, according to sets of numbers given at the side of the grid, to reveal a hidden picture.

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  • The Edel puzzle - otherwise known as the Japanese Crossword or nonogram - will be familiar to UK readers as the Sunday Telegraph Griddler.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • Picross 3D adapts the traditional nonogram puzzle mechanic for 3D - nonograms are grid-based puzzles that require the player to work out which squares are filled or left blank by applying logic in regards to the numbers on the side of the grid.

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  • It is a traditional nonogram grid-based puzzle which sees you attempting to work out which squares should be filled or left blank by applying logic in regards to the numbers that are on the side of the grid.

    Computer And Video Games

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