Picross 3D is finally getting a sequel—Picross 3D 2, which Nintendo announced last night to great fanfare. It’ll be out October 1 in Japan, and hopefully here soon too. Life is good.
If you play the Nintendo DS puzzle game Picross 3D long enough, you unearth some advice about how to be more eco-friendly. But the advice is a little weird. Have a look.
The follow-up to the incredibly addictive puzzle game Picross DS, Picross 3D moves the picture finding gameplay into the next dimension, a game of block breaking and brain teasing that's also one of the best Nintendo DS games of the year.
Picross 3D, the puzzle sequel set for release from Nintendo next week, will have a lot of content, content that keeps coming out. This is becoming something of a Nintendo — and game industry — trend.
I may have liked Tetrisphere, but I am not a man who believes the puzzle games, like Mario games, can be as good in three dimensions as they are in two.
Good news! While the Japanese have been enjoying three-dimensional nonogram bliss for the better part of the year with Rittai Picross, the localized, announced, but not dated Picross 3D has been pegged for a February 2010 release date! In Europe!
Like the 2D version of Picross for the Nintendo DS, users can create their own puzzles for others to unlock. There was, no doubt, no shortage of naughty Picross drawings crudely scrawled upon the innocent DS touchscreen, but to see this level of wrongness in the third dimension, well, it's reprehensible.