In principle, the sequel to the clever puzzler works almost exactly like the first part, so we’ll take over the relevant explanations from the test at this point:
“In a kind of chessboard, you should connect colored pairs of numbers with lines that are exactly as long as the given number – and of course in such a way that all fields are filled without overlapping. This sounds simple, but it is just as fun and motivating as Picrossjust less complicated, and mistakes are easier to correct.”
What’s new this time, in addition to tons of new, sometimes much larger puzzles, are numerous comfort and help functions, including an immensely practical, optional error search – despite this, the XXL tasks can be quite tedious here and there. The fact that the music no longer causes your ears to bleed after a few seconds is a step forward that should not be underestimated. In short: If you like puzzles, you will get a lot of entertainment for your money here.
Motivating line-drawing puzzler with a massive scope, touch controls and clever improvements to details.
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