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Color Link-a-Pix Light


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ArtbegottiColor Link-a-Pix LightBefore the fine folks at Conceptis Puzzles get your brain running with another edition of their Conceptis Light series, we should do a little stretching first. Ready? Stretch and hold! 1... 4... 4... Okay, now let's do it in green! 5... 7... 5... 7... That oughta be enough. Those numbers for stretching might seem like odd choices, but it's how you stretch the paths to connect the numbers that make all the difference when it comes to Color Link-a-Pix Light, as each mini logic puzzle gives you a quick picture to solve.

If you can remember back to the days when these puzzles used to be in black and white, you'd know that each puzzle is solved by clicking and dragging with the mouse to make paths that connect similar numbers in the grid, where the length of each path corresponds to the numbers you're connecting. Thus, a pair of 3s is connected by a path that's three squares long, a pair of 5s is connected by a five-square path, and so forth (remember that a 1 does not connect to anything, and can simply be clicked to connect to itself). The only difference between those old puzzles and these new ones is that your connections must be between similar numbers of the same color. The path you make to connect those numbers will be that color, and once all of the numbers are connected, you'll find a colorful picture as your reward!

This puzzle pack contains 30 brand new puzzles, in three sizes (10x10, 15x15, 20x20). These aren't the hardest Link-a-Pix puzzles out there, and they serve as a great introduction to this puzzle type if you've never tried them before. Regardless of your experience level, these path-forming challenges are a great way to spend a good stretch of time. Limber up and try them out!

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Color Link-a-Pix Light Solutions

Level 1 (10x10)

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Level 2 (15x15)

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Level 3 (20x20)

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8 Comments

I must say that I found this puzzle game from Conceptis to be one of my favourites. Simple, fun and colourful - that's all you need for a good game.

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I must say that I found this puzzle game from Conceptis to be one of my favourites. Simple, fun and colourful - that's all you need for a good game.

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Puzzler World 2 on the NDS has more of these puzzles.

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Puzzler World 2 on the NDS has more of these puzzles.

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Way too easy, all the level 3 puzzles are doable under 5min.

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Damn.. every time a new link-a-pix gets released I lose a few hours of my life. Seriously, I *have* to solve all puzzles before I can eat, sleep or do anything again. It completely absorbs me!

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I thought that the 5th picture was Elvis.

T'was a bath.

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