## Nonogram puzzle game

**Nonogram Game**

Nonogram (also called Japanese puzzles, Hanjie, Picross, Pic-a-Pix or Griddlers) is a logic puzzle: the sequences of fields, whose length and order are given, must be blacked out to reveal the secret image (the pictogram).

Each number on the lines outside the grid represents a block of boxes in that row or column that is being shaded (or colored).

- Each numerical value corresponds exactly to the length of a block.

- If there are several numbers, their sequence corresponds to the order of the blocks.

- There must be at least one empty box between two blocks of the same color.

- There may or may not be an empty box between two blocks of different colors.

If, for example, the numbers 3 2 3 are in front of a line, then within this line there is first a block with three blackened boxes, then a block with two blackened boxes and then a block with three blackened boxes. There must be at least one empty box between two blocks, which is not blacked out but ticked.

Here is an

**example**with solution techniques.The nonogram game improves perception, concentration, logical and visuo-spatial thinking. Print, color, play and have fun!