Nonogram is a captivating logic game where you fill in spaces on a numerical grid to reveal an image. Think carefully to avoid hitting a cross, and fill in the correct squares to complete the picture.
What is a Nonogram?
Nonograms are logic puzzles where you fill in cells on a grid to create a pixel art-style image. The numbers along the side and top of the grid give players a clue about which squares must be filled in on each row and column.
How to Play Nonogram
Assess the grid
Start by assessing the grid. Look at the numbers across the top and down the side. These numbers tell you how many squares to fill in on the corresponding row or column. However, these numbers don’t tell you exactly which squares should or shouldn’t be filled in, and are just a clue.
Process of elimination
Use a process of elimination between the rows and columns to find the correct squares to fill in and avoid. For example, if you have cleared all the required squares in one column, it follows that no more squares should be filled on that column, so you can avoid it when filling in the rows, and vice versa.
Reveal a picture
When you complete the grid without error, you’ll reveal an image and successfully finish the level. The game will then load a new Nonogram puzzle for you to play. If you get stuck, there are 3 hints available on each puzzle.
More logic puzzles
Nonogram is a fun and simple puzzle game to play. Once you’ve finished, check out some more puzzles or coloring games. You might enjoy something like Cross Stitch or Cross Stitch 2!
konstantin kornushin developed this game.
Web browser (desktop and mobile)
- Left-click = fill the grids
- Right-click = switch the fill type