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# Color Pic-a-Pix Light

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Need a dash of rainbow splashed across your logic puzzles? Conceptis delivers a cacophony of colorful curiosities with Color Pic-a-Pix Light, the latest addition in their Conceptis Light series. You might be familiar with Pic-a-Pix puzzles from their previous black-and-white edition, but this new batch adds the twist of color, meaning the logic gets more twisted, and the solutions more dazzling!

### Walkthrough Guide

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Color Pic-a-Pix Light Solutions

Level 1 (5x5)

Puzzle 1:

Puzzle 2:

Puzzle 3:

Puzzle 4:

Puzzle 5:

Puzzle 6:

Puzzle 7:

Puzzle 8:

Puzzle 9:

Puzzle 10:

Level 2 (10x10)

Puzzle 1:

Puzzle 2:

Puzzle 3:

Puzzle 4:

Puzzle 5:

Puzzle 6:

Puzzle 7:

Puzzle 8:

Puzzle 9:

Puzzle 10:

Level 3 (15x15)

Puzzle 1:

Puzzle 2:

Puzzle 3:

Puzzle 4:

Puzzle 5:

Puzzle 6:

Puzzle 7:

Puzzle 8:

Puzzle 9:

Puzzle 10:

Just as a (predictable) warning - very colour-blind unfriendly, with lots of green and red with extremely similar luminosity.

And sometimes the colors don't make sense. Such as 5x5, number 6.

A music note. With each part a different color. No one in their right mind would make something the horrible looking.

It seems they just added color as a gimmick, and there are other ones that do this kind of puzzle much better. Reviewed on this site, no less.

It would have helped tremendously if I could click on the number and have it swap to that color, instead of some weird toggle thing. additionally, a seperate 'color' choice for just blocking out where no color goes.

@ Kgummy: You can also switch between the colors with the number keys, the leftmost color starting at 1, counting up to the right.

Kyh, I know that. I meant that as a way to solve the issue of colorblindness. It was nearly impossible on some of them to figure out which shade the puzzle wants in places.

January 27, 2012 7:59 AM

Too un-challenging to be more than a little time-waster. Conceptis can do a lot better!

January 28, 2012 6:44 AM

@KGummy: If you take any colour and click a square twice, you get a little grey dot in the middle of the square to remind you where no colours go.

Kind of annoying, but yeah.

I used to love the Pic-a-pix puzzles, but now I think I like the Link-a-pix more.

The Lovatts variety puzzler book used to have a few black and white pic-a-pix puzzles. Not any more as far as I can tell :(

July 24, 2014 7:59 PM

It's tricky when you accidentally click something incorrectly and go around thinking you have it solved pretty good until you get to a spot that doesn't make any sense and sometimes you just have to start over. It happened a couple of times in the bigger puzzles but the 5x5's were super fast to get through. I probably did all the 5 ones in the time it took to do one 10 one. It wasn't that way with 10 vs 15, but some of those 15's did take some doing.

I wonder how insane a 100x100 puzzle would be! :-D

July 24, 2014 11:39 PM replied to

Not quite 100×100, but:
http://www.griddlers.net/home

If you want large puzzles, check out the "multigriddler" section. They're multi-part images, and each part can be up to 50×50. (Personally, I don't much like them, but to each his own.)

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