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The Anniversary Update for puzzle game Pictopix [Steam] is a good one, adding in plenty of new goodies to keep you going.

It's no small update either, it adds in 45 new puzzles some of which are rather large, new achievements, new secrets and zoom button for big grids. That's quite a content update, considering the developer release it for free I'm pretty impressed when a lot of other developers cram DLC down your throat.

It also has a shiny new trailer:

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I actually tested the game back in February of last year, where I came away pretty impressed with it. So I'm pretty pleased to see support for it has continued into this year!

The developer said they're also willing to get the game on GOG, they suggested voting for it here if you wish to see it. Otherwise, you can find it for £4.99 on Steam which is a great price for so much content.

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Al3s 16 Jan, 2018
I play Picross Touch on Steam for free. It's pretty similar to this, although a bit simpler, but it has a workshop with hundreds of user created levels.
Depesza 16 Jan, 2018
Quoting: Al3sI play Picross Touch on Steam for free. It's pretty similar to this, although a bit simpler, but it has a workshop with hundreds of user created levels.

Don't you have a problem with game color? I've just start playing and no matter what the color of the game is light green. More people have this problem on Linux :( (steam topic).
no_information_here 17 Jan, 2018
I bought Pictopix before Christmas and really enjoyed it. I had a mouse issue and the dev was really fast to work with me to fix the game. Quite impressed.

I will have to fire it up again, now that there are more levels!
Al3s 17 Jan, 2018
Quoting: Depesza
Quoting: Al3sI play Picross Touch on Steam for free. It's pretty similar to this, although a bit simpler, but it has a workshop with hundreds of user created levels.

Don't you have a problem with game color? I've just start playing and no matter what the color of the game is light green. More people have this problem on Linux :( (steam topic).

Yeah, I have that problem, too. What are you going to do? *shrugs*
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