Online Nonograms / Griddlers
The game will automatically detect when you have reached the solution for the current puzzle.
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Nonograms - The Rules
The purpose of this game is to discover a board made up of blue squares and free spaces. You can do this by looking at row/column definitions: a sequence of numbers that describe groups of consecutive squares appearing on that row/column. For example, 1 5 2 means one square, 5 squares and 2 squares, in this order, separated by one or more spaces between them.
You can click the squares once in order to mark them as occupied. Clicking them again will mark them with an X; you can use this sign to track the squares that you consider to be empty. Clicking them again brings the squares in their original state.
Nonograms are also known under many other names, including Paint by numbers, Crucipixel, Edel, FigurePic, Grafilogika, Griddlers, Hanjie, Illust-Logic, Japanese Crosswords, Japanese Puzzles, Kare Karala!, Logic Art, Logic Square, Logicolor, Logik-Puzzles, Logimage, Oekaki-Mate, Paint Logic, Pic-a-Pix, Picross, Pixel Puzzles, Shchor Uftor and Tsunami.
Try other Goobix games, similar to the current game:
Fill out with digits a 9x9 board, with restrictions.
2. Word Box
Find all the words inside a box filled with letters.
Fill a board by respecting inequalities.
Move the balls to get five in a row.
Clear the board by using your math skills.
6. Lights Off
Try to turn off the lights in every place.
Goobix in BA, CN, CZ, DA, DE, EL, ES, ET, FI, FR, GA, HI, ID, IS, IT, JA, KO, LT, LV, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, RU, SL, SO, SQ, SV, SW, TL, TR, UK, VI, ZU