# Nonograms

The difficulty of nonograms varies, with larger grids and more complex pictures necessitating more advanced problem-solving abilities. The game, however...

Nonograms, also known as Picross or Griddlers, is a puzzle game in which you fill in cells on a grid based on numerical clues to reveal a hidden picture. The game is usually played on a rectangular grid with numbered rows and columns to indicate how many cells should be filled in.

Nonogram clues are typically presented in the form of a series of numbers for each row and column, indicating the number of consecutively filled cells in that row or column. Players must use this information to determine which cells to fill in and which to leave blank in order to reveal the hidden picture.

The difficulty of nonograms varies, with larger grids and more complex pictures necessitating more advanced problem-solving abilities. The game, however, is playable by players of all skill levels, with simpler puzzles serving as a good introduction to the game mechanics.

Nonograms can be found in a variety of formats, such as printed books, online websites, and mobile applications. The game has a devoted fan base among puzzle fans and is popular among players who enjoy brain teasers and logic puzzles.

Features:

Nonograms are logic puzzles in which you must fill in squares on a grid to reveal a hidden picture.
The size and complexity of puzzles can vary, with larger puzzles being more difficult in general.

Color puzzles require the player to fill in squares with different colors rather than black-and-white nonograms.
Rules:

A Nonogram puzzle starts with an empty square grid.
The lengths of consecutive black squares in each row and column of the grid are indicated by numbers next to each row and above each column.
The player must fill in the blank squares to form a picture using these numbers as hints.

Black-filled In each row and column, squares must form a continuous line.
Black cannot be used to fill in squares with an X.

The goal is to fill in all of the black squares and cross out all of the white squares.

Nonograms Simulation

Fill in a square with black by left-clicking on it.
To mark a square with an X, right-click on it.
To fill in multiple squares at once, click and drag over them.
Some platforms may provide additional controls, such as the ability to highlight rows or columns or to use different colors for different squares.