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Picross My Heart: Pixel Blocked!

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What an exquisitely lovely thing Pixel Blocked! is. In a soon-to-be-shared interview with the developers of piratical romp Caribbean! I asked if there were any other games that should have exclamation marks in their titles and now this delightful puzzler has arrived with the sole intention of proving that it deserves that little rocket ship at the end of its name. With 8-bit inspired graphics and over 180 (181?) puzzles, it looks like the kind of game I’d happily tease my brain with. The video below introduces the basic principles of block-slotting.

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