Publisher: Rainy Frog
Use the numbers around the side of the puzzle to work out how many blocks of which colour should be painted in each row and column. Since the order of the numbers doesn't determine the order you need to paint the colours you'll need to stretch your brain to figure it out.
Luckily there are two types of numbers that indicate if the colours should be painted together or separately.
Smaller puzzles ease you into this new way of thinking and you’ll soon be hooked, working your way through 6 colour packs with 50 puzzles in each, ranging in size from 5x5 to 15x10.
Clear puzzles without using hints to earn coins and unlock lots of cool extra features, such as trophies, a 3D model viewer and lots more!
Professor Matrix, Score-Chan and D-Bug all return in a new story where their usual mischief this time sees the world drain of its colour. Find out what happens as you strive to return colour to the world!
Piczle Colors for Nintendo Switch
Piczle Colors is a game to vindicate, one of those invisible titles that we do not normally notice but to which, if we decide to give it a chance, not only will it not disappoint us but it will provide hours and hours of entertainment while we give it a little to the head. It may not be a title to which to dedicate long periods of play, but an ideal title for those short periods in waiting, trips or moments of disconnection. Piczle Colors is a game that does not deceive in its approach and gives us exactly what it promises. Even more. And that, in these times, is already a lot.
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GREAT - Piczle Colors is a fresh and fun take on the puzzle genre. The new gameplay element is fun for beginners, and there’s a hefty amount of content to back it up. The game may be too easy for experts at this type of game, but for everyone else this is a great starting point.