# Basic Logic Fill-a-Pix Light

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What's better than having no new logic puzzles from Conceptis? Having plenty of new logic puzzles from Conceptis! Continuing its series of pencil and paper games transformed into browser experiences, Conceptis has just released Basic Logic Fill-a-Pix Light, a minesweeper-esque take on using numbers to create pictures on an empty grid. If you enjoyed Picma Squared, any of the Conceptis Light games, or logic puzzles in general, you'll definitely want to check this one out!

### Walkthrough Guide

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Basic Logic Fill-A-Pix Light Walkthrough

General Information

• Since this is a "basic" logic series of puzzles, at every step of the game, there will always be a clue that you can fill in by just counting.

• Look for zeros, nines, sixes that are up against the edges, and fours in the corners, to get started.

• Click the eye icon to see the solution. Doing so will erase all your progress, but you will be able to restart the level from the main menu.

• Click the left and right pointing arrows to undo and redo moves, respectively.

• Click the two arrows circling each other to restart the level.

• Click the check mark to show any errors. The error checking function will tell you if something next to the highlighted clue is wrong, but won't tell you which grid square is colored incorrectly. It will highlight a clue even if the total number of black squares around the clue is correct, if the locations of the black squares are wrong.

Level 1

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

Level 2

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

Level 3

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

April 7, 2011 12:41 PM

Isn't this like minesweeper?
Except with color instead of death?

[Thank you. Fixed. -Jay]

Great :)
Although I like the clean and minimalistic look, I would like some keyboard shortcuts (instead of clicking twice for x, for example) and the number could be grayed out without the need to x the empty surrounding boxes. But overall it's a great implementation and I'm devouring every available puzzle right now!

Is there a way to do this without trial-and-error? Help!

April 8, 2011 11:11 AM

Basic Logic Fill-A-Pix Light Walkthrough

General Information

• Since this is a "basic" logic series of puzzles, at every step of the game, there will always be a clue that you can fill in by just counting.

• Look for zeros, nines, sixes that are up against the edges, and fours in the corners, to get started.

• Click the eye icon to see the solution. Doing so will erase all your progress, but you will be able to restart the level from the main menu.

• Click the left and right pointing arrows to undo and redo moves, respectively.

• Click the two arrows circling each other to restart the level.

• Click the check mark to show any errors. The error checking function will tell you if something next to the highlighted clue is wrong, but won't tell you which grid square is colored incorrectly. It will highlight a clue even if the total number of black squares around the clue is correct, if the locations of the black squares are wrong.

Level 1

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

Level 2

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

Level 3

• Puzzle 1

• Puzzle 2

• Puzzle 3

• Puzzle 4

• Puzzle 5

• Puzzle 6

• Puzzle 7

• Puzzle 8

• Puzzle 9

• Puzzle 10

April 9, 2011 3:24 AM

I have to agree with [email protected]; in each puzzle I've tried so far there's a number of obvious fields, a number of fields that require deduction, and a number of fields that require trial and error and copious use of the check function - roughly in a ratio of 1:1:2.

Either I'm missing something, or these puzzles do not only expect you to resort to the in-game spoiler function, but actually require you to.

The first time I played Fill-a-Pix (this was years ago) I couldn't figure anything out without tons of guessing either, but it takes time to figure out where the next move is sometimes, but they're entirely possible. In fact, I can't even play many of these because to me, these basic logic ones are too easy.

April 10, 2011 2:23 AM

Thanks for the moral support - I've tried the first one again, and got it in 11:32. The only 'cheating' I did was colouring several squares cause I could see where the picture was going, but I managed about 80% on deduction only.

Back to Kakuro, I love the sweet smell of failure in the morning :S

I would like to see the red square around the field of nine option added, that may help eliminate some confusion on where the X's and black squares go.

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