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Picross Fairytale: Legend of the Mermaid

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Picross Fairytale: Legend of the Mermaid — Nonograms is an exciting saga for fans of various puzzles and fairy tales. A multitude of quests and varied underwater kingdoms with their secrets await you.

  • japanese crosswords that come alive with light once they’re solved!
  • 5 different worlds and 200 unforgettable levels!
  • great practice for your logical and abstract thought processes!
  • cute ocean dwellers: dolphins, crabs, fish, starfish, octopi and many more!
  • simple interface and exciting gameplay!
  • a story of magic, mages and mystical spells!
  • mini-games and dialogues that’ll keep you wanting more!
  • over 15 rewards and trophies for extra quests!
  • stunning illustrations and wonderful music!
  • more than 30 hours of exciting gameplay!
  • the best way to have fun and expand your brain!

Top-notch, premium graphics and 200 diverse levels of varying difficulty. Take a stroll down memory lane with 10x10 through 30x30 nonograms with a delightful musical score.

Explore worlds and you'll find out: what happened to the Mermaid? Who stole the sirens' voices and why? Why is the Woodcutter searching for a lyre?

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Somer Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: 1500 MHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 220 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Island world complete
All levels with 3 stars
Sunken Ship world complete
50 hints used
100 levels with 3 stars
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Picross Fairytale: Legend of the Mermaid reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
An excellent game for those who love the logigrams. The graphics are any, the story too, but we appreciate this game to torture a bit the brain. Plus, it's free; Why go without it? This guide will help you in your progression: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1490006764
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Microsoft from Deutsch
In itself you can enjoy beautiful Pastime, if you do not need a Magnifying glass with the increasing degree of difficulty soon ^ ^ You start with 15 x 15 Boxes, at some point it is 40 x 40 boxes and then you get it by the Eyes to be able to recognize the Numbers above the rows Because everything gets so ultra small. If you play on a 75 "TV, you can still see everything well as you progress, but on a 27" Monitor it will be really exhausting for the Eyes at some point. If the problem does not continue with the ever-decreturing Number, it would be really top. But so I can only make a limited Recommendation, or not
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Microsoft from French
This game is the sequel to Picross fairytale-nonogram: Red Riding Hood secret. He looks very much like him. So I make a copy and paste of my evaluation of the first by just modifying some small information. The + + for this type of small games, the graphics are far above average. + I started while the game was free. I ended up without spending a single euro. Now I see he's paying. Too bad for those who have not benefited. The price is however correct for the quality of the whole. + A very good lifespan. They announce at least 30 hours of play. I made all the tables without using hint and this asked me almost 150 hours. + Developers who answer questions from the players on the steam Forum. + No blocking bug encountered. + The presence of a small scenario that follows the first part for those who like to have a little story in red thread. Personally, the puzzles are enough for me. + Presence of a tutorial. Getting started is easy, but it's normal for picross. + Some levels are very difficult if you only use the logical deduction and that's what I expect from this type of game. Picross fairytale: Legend of the mermaid contains a handful of grids that are even more difficult to solve than in the first opus. I was able to spend two hours on some. The--sometimes I had a little trouble seeing the numbers in the corresponding column/row for the 25x25 grids or higher (max size: 30x30). -Steam (achievements) related to the indices (hints). The clues are just cheating in my eyes. That's why I didn't use them until I finished. I had to redo a grid to unlock these last successes. The clues are, for me, the opposite of success (an advance in the game or a feat).
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