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Nintendo DSThunderbolt Games (Feb 02, 2009)
All in all Colour Cross is a great example of a puzzle game. Offering puzzle difficulties to suit all generations, this could be the ideal family game. Not to mention that the simple addition of colour offers more aesthetically pleasing solutions over games like Picross DS. Sadly the game looses points for not having controls suitable for travelling and for having no extra game modes or interesting features. Still when all is said and done, I’d rather pull this out in a tea break or in the evening than try to make sense of a sudoku puzzle.
60
iPhoneGameZebo (May 16, 2011)
All told, if you know exactly how the game of Picross is played, and would be comfortable jumping into what I’d consider a moderate difficulty from the start, then ColorCross’s ample level set will keep you playing for hours on end. However, the nonogram puzzle system isn’t for everyone, and with a lack of extra features or in-game help, it’s unlikely that this will satisfy the curiosity of the beginner before they simply quit from frustration.
60
iPadGameZebo (May 16, 2011)
All told, if you know exactly how the game of Picross is played, and would be comfortable jumping into what I’d consider a moderate difficulty from the start, then ColorCross’s ample level set will keep you playing for hours on end. However, the nonogram puzzle system isn’t for everyone, and with a lack of extra features or in-game help, it’s unlikely that this will satisfy the curiosity of the beginner before they simply quit from frustration.