

CrossaPix rules CrossaPix are exciting logic puzzles that form whimsical pixelart pictures when solved. Challenging, deductive and artistic, these puzzles offer the ultimate mix of logic, art and fun while providing solvers with many hours of mentally stimulating entertainment. CrossaPix is a regionfilling puzzle based on a grid with a pixilated picture hidden inside. Using logic alone, the solver determines which regions are painted and which should remain empty until the hidden picture is completely exposed. CrossaPix puzzles come in B&W and are available in many sizes and difficulty levels taking anything from five minutes to several hours to solve. SingleClue CrossaPix require analysis of one clue at a time and are easier to solve while DualClue CrossaPix require analysis of two clues at a time making them more challenging to solve. If you like PicaPix, FillaPix, LinkaPix, SymaPix and other logic puzzles, you will love Conceptis CrossaPix as well! SingleClue CrossaPix Each puzzle consists of a blank grid, divided into various regions, with one clue to the left of every row and at the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting squares so that in each row and column the total number of painted squares matches the value of the respective clue. In addition, all squares in a region must be the same  either all empty or all painted. 

DualClue CrossaPix Each puzzle consists of a blank grid, divided into various regions, with two clues to the left of every row and at the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting squares so that in each row and column the total number of painted squares matches the value of the first clue, and the number of blocks (continuous painted squares) matches the value of the second clue. There must be at least one empty square between adjacent blocks. In addition, all squares in a region must be the same  either all empty or all painted. 

Mega CrossaPix Each puzzle consists of a blank grid, divided into various regions, with one clue (in the case of SingleClue puzzles) or two clues (in the case of DualClue puzzles) to the left of every row and at the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting squares according to the rules above. 
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