Free game: Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles
Pixel Perfect Holiday Puzzles
Available on Kindle (the $79/$109 one I call the Mindle), Kindle Keyboard, Wi-Fi (formerly the Kindle 3), Kindle Keyboard 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi (formerly the Kindle 3 3G), Kindle DX 9.7 inch, and Kindle 2s.
It’s one of the
This is a special holiday edition of another free game from Amazon.
It’s kind of fun…it reminds me of both Minesweeper and Sudoku…and you are making pictures.
Essentially, you are told by numbers in a row or column in a grid as to how many of the squares should be solid. You do it by logic…if five squares should be solid in a row of five, that’s easy. If four squares should be solid…you have to look at the numbers for the other rows and columns to deduce it.
It’s more complicated than that, but I did solve the first one fairly quickly.
In addition to being a former bookstore manager, I’m a former gamestore manager. I would say it is a decent puzzle game…the interface was okay, although I thought it could be more obvious as to which square is currently selected. Using the Next Page and Previous Page buttons for the game felt a bit odd, but worked.
I know I haven’t kept up with the games, but I thought I’d let you know about this one.
It won’t work in reader apps, and I assume it can’t be purchased outside the US.
You can buy it once and share them with all compatible devices on the account.
If you try it, feel free to let me know what you think.
For information on more games, see this category.
This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.