Author: Griddlers Team
Release Date: 2016-10-27
Griddlers logic puzzles, also known as Picross or Nonograms, are picture logic puzzles in which cells in a grid have to be colored or left blank according to numbers given at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture. Some people compare Griddlers to Sudoku. However, the Griddlers puzzles always reveal a nice image as a result. This book consists of 136 single Griddlers, 10 Multi-Griddlers and 6 Triddlers. The solutions of the puzzles appear at the end of the book.
A book with brand new, previously unpublished Hanjie puzzles. Hanjie puzzles are known under many different names, but the game is always the same: it is your goal to paint the grid by following the clues and using logic as your main weapon. The painted grid reveals an image. This is why some call this kind of puzzles "paint doku" or "paint by numbers." The pictures in this book were designed by artists and turned into puzzles by Djape. There is also an introduction which explains the basic techniques used to solve the puzzles. Among them, the "cornering" technique is also explained. Finally, there is even a story hidden in this book, made of solved images. Can you find what it is and which images constitute the story that the author had in mind? _______________________________________ griddlers book, nonograms book, picross book, oekaki book, hanjie book, paint by numbers book, paintdoku book, pic-a-pix book, griddlers, nonograms, picross, oekaki, hanjie, paint by numbers, paintdoku, pic-a-pix, best griddlers book, best nonograms book, best picross book, best oekaki book, best hanjie book, best paint by numbers book, best paintdoku book, best pic-a-pix book
Author: Conceptis Puzzles
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company
Release Date: 2007-04-01
These puzzles offer more than just solving pleasure: they’re also works of art! That’s because every time you successfully complete a diagram, you also draw a picture. Along the top and left side of the grid are numbers that refer to the columns and rows: these are the keys to a code revealing which and how many squares to fill in. It just takes a little logic, concentration, and patience to figure it out--the process is a lot like sudoku, actually, where you work with numerical clues. But the result is something to show off, because out of the mix of black and white squares comes images of a bus, cat, pineapple, samurai, sphinx, and even James Dean!
Do you love logic puzzles which test the brain? Are you looking for the next great thing in the puzzling world? We have it for you! In this fabulous brain-teaser, Nonogram Puzzle Book, you will find dozens of Nonogram puzzles that will test your brain to the limit. Also known as Hanjie, Picross of Griddlers, Nonograms consist of a clever grid of boxes to be filled in, which eventually leads to the revealing of a hidden image. These puzzles come in a variety of difficulty and are ideal for any age group. They are great for enhancing concentration and maintaining brain function as we get older, but are also entertaining for slightly older children too. Get your copy of Nonogram Puzzle Book today. It comes complete with the solutions to each puzzle in case you get stuck and will provide you with endless hours of mind-focusing fun
Author: Griddlers Team
Release Date: 2015-01-15
iGridd puzzles, also known as Griddlers or Nonograms, are picture logic puzzles in which cells in a grid have to be colored or left blank according to numbers given at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture. Some people compare Griddlers to Sudoku. However, the Griddlers puzzles always reveal a nice image as a result. This book consists of 89 Griddlers puzzles of size exceeding 50 cells. The solutions of the puzzles appear at the end of the book.
Something unseen until now! :) Nonograms aka Griddlers aka Hanjie aka Picross...And many other names for this kind of puzzles. These picture puzzles are not small. They range in size from 15x15 to 45x50! However, they are meant to be solved by children from 6 to 12 years of age. Think of this as a coloring/drawing book for kids, except with no colors, just black & white. Your child will develop logic, counting and reasoning skills, too. Some starting clues are given (black or white fields in the grid). Those clues are there to help your kid begin the solving and coloring process at the end of which a beautiful drawing is revealed! This means HOURS OF FUN for your child! ENJOY! :)
Sharpen your pencils–and your wits–there's a new puzzle in town. Millions of Sudoku fans around the world are discovering a brand new addiction: the brain-buster Kakuro. Combining the appeal of a crossword with the addictive properties of Sudoku, it's the latest puzzle craze to come from Japan. Kakuro is more challenging, more compulsive, and more fun than anything you've played before. Includes: 50 Easy, 50 Medium, and 50 Hard puzzles Rules, Tips and Strategies A "unique sum chart" that is the key to unlocking the logic of Kakuro
Author: D. J. Ape
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Release Date: 2012-10-18
Volume 2 of the series, making it the 4th book with picture puzzles by Djape. All puzzles are brand new, previously unpublished Hanjie puzzles. Hanjie puzzles are known under many different names, but the game is always the same: it is your goal to paint the grid by following the clues and using logic as your main weapon. The painted grid reveals an image. This is why some call this kind of puzzles "paint doku" or "paint by numbers". The pictures in this book were designed by artists and turned into puzzles by Djape. There is also an introduction which explains the basic techniques used to solve the puzzles. Among them, the "cornering" technique is also explained. About half of the puzzles are 20x20, the rest are mainly 25x25 and 30x30, with a couple bigger ones up to 35x45.
Author: Conceptis, Ltd
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company Incorporated
Release Date: 2001-05-01
All you need is a pencil (and an eraser) to enjoy the twists and tricks, the dead ends and sudden "aha!" experiences, that are yours when you try a pixel puzzle. Start with the puzzles that are merely hard to solve, like the baseball player, the ambulance, and the Liberty Bell. Then go on to the harder ones, like the wedding cake, the elephant, and the trumpeter. Soon you'll be ready to take on the hungry shark, the picture of James Dean, and the astronaut--104 collectible designs in all!
Nonograms puzzles are a kind of very addictive logic puzzles, in which you have to paint some fields following the numbers and you will see that the fields will form an image at all. There are more than 60 Nonograms Puzzles in the book. Inside you will find beautiful puzzles with unique solutions. With three difficulty levels - Small, Medium or Large, the Nonograms puzzles in this book will train your brain and make your life more pleasant! The solutions to all the Nonograms puzzles in the book are available at the end of the book. You can check your answer easily and know how well your logic is. You can solve puzzles using only logical thinking - no guessing is needed. You can expect the benefits... More logic than before Smarter than before More patient than before Can play anywhere, anytime And much, much more... Get one to get hours of challenging fun! SCROLL to the top of the page and select the Add to Cart button to have one Tags: Nonograms Logic Puzzles, Griddlers Logic Puzzles, Picross Logic Puzzles, Hanjie Logic Puzzles, Japanese Crosswords, Japanese Puzzles for adults
Author: Jonah Berger
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2016-05-03
Genre: Business & Economics
Dynamic young Wharton professor Berger draws on his research to explain the six steps that make products or ideas contagious. Why do some products get more word of mouth than others? Why does some online content go viral?
Author: Dj Ape
Release Date: 2010-09-07
This is Volume 2 of Djape's Picross, Hanjie, Griddlers, Nonograms series with all new puzzles! These puzzles are also known as paint-by-numbers or pic-a-pix. Whatever you call them, they're fun to solve. As you progress through a puzzle an image starts appearing and by the time you're finished a beautiful drawing is revealed. There are no trivial or too small puzzles in this book. Most of them range from 20x20 to 40x40 in size, which is optimal for solving and image quality. There are also a few bigger ones for those who like a tougher challenge. The final 20 puzzles are a gift but also a surprise!
Having published several picture puzzles books with small and medium sized grids, this time Djape has created a collection with slightly bigger images. A majority of puzzles in this book are either 30x30 or 40x40 squares in size, with a few bigger ones, such as 45x45 and 50x50. Oh... also, this time, the images were created by my Mom! Thank you Mom! :)
This book contains Mosaics (also called Fill-a-Pix) created by LOGI, a leading Polish puzzle publisher. Inside you will find 30 beautiful puzzles with unique solutions, of every difficulty level, easy, medium and hard. Japanese Puzzles are a kind of very addictive logic puzzles, in which you have to paint some fields following the numbers and you will see that the fields will form an image! REASONS TO LIKE LOGI PUZZLES: Each puzzle has only one solution. Puzzles are tested by a computer program designed by Urszula Marciniak, a mathematician and puzzle lover. You can solve puzzles using only logical thinking - no guessing is needed. The program is designed so that it uses only human kind of thinking. So even if a puzzle has only one solution, the program can reject it, because human will not be able to solve such puzzle without guessing and finding contradictions. This is what makes Logi puzzles enjoyable to solve. Puzzles are created by professional graphic designers. We have very high standards for graphics. We don't accept all images, they have to fulfill certain conditions, like no empty lines, clarity, and many other. We set five difficulty levels. The levels are set by a computer program, so they are always objective and the same. No repeating puzzles. The puzzles you see in this book are not published in any other non Polish language book. They were only published in our Polish monthly magazines available in Polish press stores or in online store at our website. We publish puzzles since 2004 - we know well what puzzlers like. If you have problems with solving a puzzle send it to us and we will show you a next step. Although puzzlers prefer to solve puzzle alone to feel proud, sometimes a small tip can be very helpful. We provide such help all the time for Polish puzzlers. If you are new in puzzles you can check our website for tutorials www.logi-puzzles.com. Go to the Friday Online Mix section and click below a specific puzzle to see tips and tricks. The person who takes care of Logi's high quality is Urszula Marciniak - the founder of Logi. Mathematician, photographer, a puzzle fan!