Logic puzzle news

20 Pixel-Puzzles For iPad to Honor US Presidential Election 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012 20 Pixel-Puzzles For iPad to Honor US Presidential Election 2012

To honor the US presidential election 2012, Conceptis released a collection of Pic-a-Pix logic puzzles dedicated to this coming event. With 20 colorful hand-crafted puzzles for the iPad, sharpening your mind has never been this much fun! Enjoy slowly unveiling hidden pixel-composed pictures of Obama, Romney, former US presidents, party logos, national monuments and many more election themed images while your puzzles are being solved.

US Presidential Election 2012: Volume Icon

Pic-a-Pix puzzles, also known as Picross, Nonograms and Griddlers, are language-independent puzzles which are solvable using pure logic and deduction. Taking advantage of the iPad retina screen, the US Presidential Election 2012 collection offers 20 extra-large color puzzles in grid sizes of 45x35 and 35x45 and in easy difficulty levels.

The US Presidential Election 2012 collection is priced at $5.99 and is available for in-app purchase through Conceptis Pic-a-Pix - a free app for playing Pic-a-Pix puzzles on iPad and iPhone. The app features a unique fingertip cursor which enables playing large puzzle grids with ease and precision. To purchase the puzzle collection, download Conceptis Pic-a-Pix from App Store™ by clicking here or the badge below.

Conceptis Pic-a-Pix

About Pic-a-Pix puzzles

Enjoy Pic-a-Pix on your iPad?

Tap: Help » About » Rate and Review to support Conceptis by rating and reviewing the game on the App Store!

Pic-a-Pix are exciting Picture Logic puzzles that form whimsical pixel-composed pictures when solved. Challenging, deductive and artistic, this original Japanese invention offers the ultimate mix of logic, art and fun while providing solvers with many hours of mentally stimulating entertainment.

Each puzzle consists of a blank grid with clues on the left of every row and on the top of every column. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by painting blocks in each row and column so their length and sequence corresponds to the clues.

Like and share