Art Style: Pictobits
Release date28 Jan 2009
The objective of Picopict is to move coloured blocks from the bottom of the touch screen under falling blocks of corresponding colors. If a shape is made using the added block, the blocks add to an image on the top screen. For example, if players form a red block sequence, the image will gain as many red blocks as has been cleared, assuming that the any blocks of that colour remain to be added. If blocks fall as a result of clearing blocks that were attached to it, they are added to the blocks at the bottom and can be used, though a special variety of block exists that cannot be picked up, forcing players to either clear them before they land or wait for the right blocks to fall on them. As players clear more blocks, they will eventually form an image. These images are of 8-bit renditions of characters from NES games, such as Mario, Link, and Bowser.
About Art Style: Pictobits
Art Style: Pictobits is released by Nintendo in 28 Jan 2009. The game is designed by -. Art Style: Pictobits is a typical representative of the genre. Playing Art Style: Pictobits is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in , there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Art Style: Pictobits will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.
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