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  1. 85
    PictoQuest is an endearing Picross-style RPG that might not offer the depth and breadth of similar Picross games, but it makes up for its simplicity with an adorable presentation and smartly-implemented RPG ideas. In some respects, it doesn’t go all that far, but being based around what I’d term as a relaxing puzzle game, it doesn’t really have to.
  2. Sep 3, 2019
    75
    If you’re looking for a fun Picross title to play for an affordable price, PictoQuest has got you covered. While a bit too overbearing with its action elements, the new mechanics and tried-and-true Picross puzzles are sure to engage beginners and veterans alike.
  3. Aug 12, 2019
    70
    PictoQuest is a nice mix between Picross puzzles and old-school RPG mechanics. But despite its lovely charm and big Picross grids, NanoPiko adventure should have aimed for a tiny bit of challenge, instead of taking every player by the hand.
  4. Sep 21, 2019
    60
    Picross veterans may be disappointed with PictoQuest's lack of challenge but there's no denying that it's a solid and cute little game.
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  1. Feb 21, 2020
    8
    Solid Picross gameplay, with a pleasant visual theme, just a couple new ways to play, and enough puzzles to leave you hungry for more. ThatSolid Picross gameplay, with a pleasant visual theme, just a couple new ways to play, and enough puzzles to leave you hungry for more. That last part is really my only complaint. I beat this inside of a week, playing only 30-60 minutes a day. There really need to be more puzzles and more content. I'd be willing to Shell out a higher price tag for a larger game than this, perhaps even some DLC to extend it. Alas. Jupiter isn't known for extending their games, so at best I think we MIGHT get a sequel sometime in the next year (if it goes longer than that. I wouldn't hold my breath on it ever happening.). Reappy though, my one sole complaint is that it's just too short Expand
  2. Sep 27, 2019
    6
    Nice concept for a Picross game. However it lacks of content, can be beaten in less than 10 hours.