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Nonogram - The Greatest Painter

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Nonograms, also known as Picross or Griddlers, are picture logic puzzles in which cells in a grid must be colored or left blank according to numbers at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture. © WikiThe Greatest Painter

Excellent attempt in a world of Nonogram/Picross puzzles. Galore of levels, multiple game modes along with level editor & workshop would never disappoint any puzzle fan.Features
  • Play through over 200 hand-crafted nonogram puzzles, both colored and B&W.
  • Completed all levels? Don't worry! We have an endless list of user-made paintings, you'll never feel lonely.
  • You should love to paint, do you? Go on and try our awesome level editor (up to 100x100 size), show those impostors who is the Greatest One here!
  • Art design - clean and beautiful.
  • Relaxing ambient soundtracks will keep your mind sharp and focused.
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Konstructors Entertainment
Konstructors Entertainment
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: 2.0Ghz+
  • Graphics: Shader model 3.0
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Russian
About Cons: 1. Inconvenient Zoom, it is in a small frame, in connection with what the benefit of it is reduced to zero. Moreover, it is impossible to zoom the angles of the puzzles, they go beyond the frame. Also, when zooming, you cannot move the field either with the mouse or with the keys on the keyboard. 2. When trying to create your puzzle all the time crashes error "Puzzle is not logically resolvable", while correcting it is not obvious and long. Normally create without hemorrhoids can only be a puzzle 10x10. Why this check? Leave it for the puzzles to be uploaded to the community. I just want to draw a puzzle and show one of my friends. I Don't care if he can be logically unsolvable. As A result, redraw for 15 minutes, spit, and close the editor without saving. In this case, it may be that you just need to erase 2 pixels, and (SUDDENLY) puzzle already completely solve logically. Just a miracle. 3. Little settings of appearance of the field/absence of collections of drawings of one theme (with unique registration of fields). Does not open the Pause menu and settings by pressing ESC-inconvenient. 4. Few modes, little puzzles. Saves Kommuniti, but it is not obvious that you open, can get caught and the trash some. 126 Puzzle Games Well so little for the main collection. So much can be threesome for one evening to draw. Of the Pros: 1. It is still a well made, pleasant game with pleasant background music, quite convenient control. It is Difficult to expect something else in functionality from the game of this genre. It's nice, and it doesn't cut your eyes. 2. Did not notice the bugs and departures, and it is good. The Price is inexpensive. More to complement and nothing.
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Microsoft from Russian
Let's start with the main one: Nonogram: The Greatest Painter and Nonogram: Master's Legacy is the same game in terms of content. In each of them there are three sets of Japanese crosswords "Classic", "Speed" and "The Greatest", and the content of these sets are absolutely identical. Both versions have access to the levels created by the users themselves (although their set varies). These Games (given the purchase of all DLC to the master's Legacy) even weigh exactly the same: 118 MB. The Main difference between the projects is that The Greatest Painter is an "outdated version" of Nonogram with slightly worse optimization, which the authors still keep on Steam without a huge disclaimer "Don't Buy it!" (instead there is a pair of modest lines of text from the description of the project, in which directly about the sameness of the Games, however, is not said), and which receives updates much rarer than the master's Legacy. The Latter, in turn, is a kind of technically more advanced version of Nonogram with 15 additional levels of class "super-Light", designed to teach newcomers to the Japanese crossword puzzle. However, the purchase of three DLC for the supposedly "free" master's Legacy ($2.70) will cost a little more than the purchase of "outdated" The Greatest Painter ($2.19)-remind, the content in them is the same. As for The game itself (regardless of the version)-The design and music are very pleasant, the control is convenient. No tutorial, but the introductory levels do everything to make you at least intuitively understand the principle of solving nongrams, starting with the simplest picture "2 by 2". Giant crosswords, of which mostly consists of The Greatest Painter, are surprisingly complex and not given to me to this day. I Think that's all I can say about the electronic collection of Japanese crosswords. Bottom Line: If you're going to buy Nonogram, take a version of Master's Legacy, at least update it.
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