Picross is “is a very fun and addicting puzzle game,” at least according to Picross Touch creator Jon Gallant. What is Picross Touch? Well, it’s Picross. That’s all there is to say about that.

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There’s a lot going on here in Picross Touch. There’s the main game itself, which is Picross. There are hundreds of levels available for free, and more levels available as DLC. Aside from that, there’s also a level creator, which means you can also download other players levels.

The only real problem with Picross Touch is that it’s completely silent. One sound effect for completing levels, nothing during games, no music, nothing. Just silence a majority of the time. There could have at least been some Kevin MacLeod music in there. All the puzzles are presented on a plain white background too, though you do have the option whenever you first start the game to choose what color you can fill blanks in with.

If you want to see how to play the game, check out the video above. If you enjoyed the video, why not check out the Cliqist YouTube channel?

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