Color in the squares based on deductive reasoning and the logic clues to the left and across the top of our nonogram puzzles.
All games are browser-based. Our catalog is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, offering cross-device gameplay. You can play on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. These games work in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
This is a daily coloring puzzle game where players use the numbers and colors shown on the side and top of the puzzle to paint in a colorful pixelated art drawing.
This is a collection of nonogram puzzles of varying sizes and difficulties. Use the numbers on the side of the grid to identify the position of the shaded squares. Play through 24 different levels on each square grid size from 4×4 up to 16×16.
This is a puzzle game where you must identify the location of all the black tiles (boxes) on the playing field. Use deductive reasoning based on the hints at the side to identify where the boxes might be.
This is a shading-based logic game. Choose to play one of three puzzle sizes & shade in the black squares using the numbers on the sides of the grid as hints.
This is a 12-stage paint by numbers-inspired nonograms game. Use logic to identify which parts of the image should be colored in. The game reveals the final image once you solve the puzzle.
This is a beautiful 30-stage maze puzzle path making game where you must help the mouse make its way to the cheese without stepping on a mousetrap. The game takes inspiration from Minesweeper and Nonogram games.