A Comfort Game of Binariness
- Game Board
- Unlimited Games
- Help & Tips
What is pixelLogic?
- It is...
- appropriate for ages x to 25x (where x=5)
- not addictive (unless you tap the "One More" button too many times...)
- It has...
- customizable board sizes
- rotate commands to fit board to your brains or your device
- Pencil mode for uncertain moves
- Peeking mode for when you wanna be bad
- iCloud-synced History to keep your play records, so you can highlight, recall, or share your game board anytime
- haptic feedbacks so you feel your moves
- Plus, it...
- supports Dark Mode, iPhone landscape, iPad Split View, Slider Over, etc.
- lets you draw with Apple Pencil or your finger
- works well with iPad pointers, e.g. Magic Keyboard and mouses
- runs on iPhone, iPad, iPod, and even modern Macs (e.g. those with Apple's M1 chips)
- And, it's free.
- It is our gift to you.
- Wish you a better year than the last!
- Pencil Mode
How to Play?
- Each square should be filled with a pixel (i.e. picture element).
- A pixel can be either on or off (or, positive, negative).
- On each row or column of squares, there is a clue.
- The clue tells you how many on's are on that row or column, and whether they are together or apart.
- e.g. "4, 1" means a total of 5 on's: 4 consecutive and one by itself, separated by one or more off's.
- Once a row/column is completely filled with pixels, its clue text changes color: mint if satisfied, or red if not.
- However, remember that satisfying a clue only means that; it does not necessarily mean the pixels are correctly placed.
- Complete the board with pixels.
- If all clues are satisfied, the board is solved!
- Note that some boards can have more than one solution.
- Now share the game via a simple web link, with or without your time.
- Swipe from left or right screen edge to call up the Info pages.
- Hold on a button for extended optons.
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