If you can never get enough Picross this budget-minded and simplified version at least has content on its side
Given how much I’ve tended to enjoy Picross-style puzzle games over the years I suppose the fact that there have been multiple takes on that base idea on the Switch from different developers shouldn’t be a surprise. Well, hold onto your hats Picross fans, now there’s yet another one! Logic Pic doesn’t necessarily have a great deal of ambition, for the most part by the standards set by most of its competitors it’s lacking the variety of tackling different puzzle types, whether with different colors, differently-sized blocks, or large composites made up of multiple puzzles. This is just old-school vanilla Picross, with you trying to fill in the proper spots and mark what should be the empty spaces to try to avoid making mistakes. If you don’t like being penalized or called out for your “oopsies” you may appreciate the fact that Logic Pic does acknowledge your flub, but makes nothing much of it and keeps going at least. To the game’s credit, where it delivers the value for your dollar is with a pretty impressive number of puzzles spanning many different themes, with even more available via DLC packs if you felt inclined to just keep going. It’s not going to compete at the front of the line, but it does deliver a good value for people who just enjoy classic Picross.
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