Average Rating 8 player reviews ( 3.4 out of 5.0 )
Solve nonogram puzzles to save the Great Tapestries and keep Mysteria safe!
The most powerful magicians in the kingdom of Mysteria were once the Pictomancers, who had the power to imbue painted or woven images with arcane energy. They have all but disappeared from the land, taking their secrets with them, but the Great Tapestries they created in their heyday have kept Mysteria from harm... until now.
With the Great Tapestries fraying and darkness returning to threaten Mysteria it's up to you, the last Pictomancer, to quest throughout the kingdom and restore these powerful images and save the kingdom. Take on the journey in one of two modes, tackling either the always-popular Pic-A-Pix puzzles or the brand new Fill-A-Pix!
Each mode offers 100 exciting levels to tease your brain (200 total), making this a game you're going to want to play through at least twice! Mysteria needs you and its riddles await: Are you up for the challenge?
- Two different game modes - Picross and Fill-a-Pix
-100 levels in each mode, 200 in total!
-Huge puzzles - grids up to 30x30
-Rich game world, with 10 mysterious locations to explore
-Beautiful painted backgrounds
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I love mosaics games and play them well, but the tutorial on this one wasn't working right for me. I couldn't get past it. Finally, when the game refused to mark some squares with a tile OR a space, I gave up in frustration. Very annoying. See more See less
I agree that the tutorial is confusing. Less would have been better. On the other hand, it doesn't take a genius to figure out how to play. I also found it interesting that the reviewers who complained the most about the tutorial admitted that they already were familiar with this type of game. At first the colored squares were a little tough to get use to. But if you stayed with the game long enough (just a few rounds), it wasn't a big deal. It's not on the level of the World Mosaic series, but it's not bad. See more See less
I usually love these type of puzzle games, and this is no exception. I do however need to mention the lack of good instructions. I must say that the instructions are rather confusing. If this was the first mosiac type puzzle game I had ever played, I would not have made it the whole hour. As far as I am concerned there is not enough contrast in the colors to understand what they are tyring to say. That said, all other aspecs of this game were wonderful, beautiful graphics, and very basic gameplay. Overall this is a great game for the whole family, and it has two different game methods. See more See less