Summary: This game was OK In terms of graphics and used really good use of the Nintendo DS's 3D graphic capabilities but the game gets boring after about 30 minutes into the game, and then you NEVER want to go back. Let me tell you why. First of all, the tutorial goes on forever and ever and 10 minutes into it, it seems like its just showing you the same rules. The worst part about that is you can't skip the tutorial either.
Couldn't put it down, a great puzzle game for thinkers
Brian Offsey, Amazon
21 August 2013
Summary: I had experience with 2D Picross games in the past, but never anything like this, so I was a bit skeptical at first, but I ended up getting hooked. This game offers 369 different puzzles of different difficulties, and I ended up finishing every last one. Regular Picross just isn't the same now that I've played this game. My only complaints are the annoying duck mascot thing that just ends up being distracting, and the music.
Summary: Summary: Whether you play once a month or 5 hours a day, this game is an engaging, relaxing, and content heavy experience that anyone and everyone can enjoy. There has probably never been a video game created that everyone likes. There's always going to be some deviation, and that's to be expected. That being said: Everyone needs to buy this game immediately. I can't stress this enough. It doesn't matter if you're young or old, sensible or slow...
Summary: Picross 3D is, a the name suggests, the 3D version of Nintendo's classic Picross. The game is very difficult to describe, but it's essentially a logic puzzle with rows of blocks with numbers on the side. The numbers indicate which of these blocks are the ones you want to keep. By looking at the blocks from all sides, the numbers give you an idea of what blocks to remove. Remove all the right blocks and you'll reveal a hidden 3D object made up of the blocks you have left.
Summary: Who'da thunk that Picross, that most acquired and unique (and at times maddening!!) of puzzle games woud work in 3D and prove to be as compulsive as every other '2D' Picross game I've ever played. A work of pure unadultered genius! Love it!