10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Original gameplay
- Increasing complexity
- Hidden pictures and quotes
- Up to 169 levels
- Tutorial should be enhanced
PathPix is an extremely original and brain-racking puzzle game
If you're sick of playing always the same kind of puzzle games is because your brain has no limits. If that's the case, you're going to love PathPix. A extremely challenging puzzle game in which players have to unveil a picture hidden behind and unsolved puzzle. In order to achieve it, players must draw lines on a grid board connecting pairs of numbers but (this is the its keystone) just using the amount of cells that the number specifies.
In other words, if you want to connect a six with its pair (another six) you'll have to draw a path of six cells length between them. Same procedure for any number. These lines will reveal a hidden picture that will be fully shown when the puzzle is complete as well as a related quote.
There are up to 9 puzzles in this free version, each more complex than the previous. This increasing complexity will drive you mad. I bet you get the full version if you successfully beat all levels in this lite version. Bear in mind that it comes with up to 169 challenging puzzles.
In a few words, an original, highly challenging and brain-blowing puzzle game.
Relaxing and addictive! Draw colored lines to connect colored numbers.
The length of each path you draw must equal the numbers you are connecting.
Finish connecting all the lines to see the miniature picture that you have created. An extra reward for success is a quote related in some way to the picture. It may be witty or wise or perhaps even a bit strange - a little something to think about as you go on to the next puzzle.
Play in portrait or landscape mode.
Pinch zoom to make squares larger or smaller to fit your fingers.
One finger scrolling.
Optional sound effects.
189 beautiful picture puzzles.
SIMPLE RULES - COMPLEX PUZZLES - HIDDEN PICTURES!
Draw paths with your finger, connecting pairs of colored numbers. The length of each path must match the numbers on the two endpoints. Draw backwards or double tap to correct mistakes. There's only one way to do it, and all squares will contain a piece of a path when the puzzle is solved.
Two ways to navigate while solving:
---Tap the VIEW button for an overview, then touch the screen where you want to play next.
---Pan to show another area of the board. Put your finger down any place WITHOUT A NUMBER and move it around. Simple, intuitive, fast.
"Best Numbers Game - PathPix. In PathPix, the goal is to create a picture using numbers that connect to one another by bright, bold lines of color. Ranging from very simple images to sprawling and complex masterpieces, Pathpix is a logic game that rewards your dedication with an interesting bit of math-made art. You'll also get a nice historical or literary quote as a reward as well ... this game is so addicting you might just feel the need to solve them all." - www.slidetoplay.com
"PathPix ... is a harmonious blend of drawing, connect the dots, and find the hidden picture. ... Touch controls are very intuitive and work well. PathPix offers a wonderfully addictive gaming experience." - by the AppSmileTeam
PathPix is based on the PC game "PathPix" by KpixGames.
Game play is similar to Conceptis "LinkAPix" and Nintendo DS Pic Pic "Drawing".
If you like nonograms, picross, or other picture logic puzzles, you will love PathPix.
Minor bug fixes
Loved this purchase! There's up to 189 puzzles to crack, and it's a fantastic time-waster. Puzzles aren't typically too difficult and after you finish it, like the Lite version, it gives you a random proverb. Neat-o.
"Path pix could not be downloaded due to an error (403)" Could you please fix this bug? I already downloaded and played the lite version and this version and it won't work. Thank you. I'm on Samsung Galaxy S3.
Great puzzle game, fantastic difficulty level, very fun!
I have a hard time putting it down. Worth the money for the full app.
But need more levels
I can't seem to stop playing. For the amount of puzzles that you get, and the amount of time you'll spend playing, the price is extremely reasonable. I wish there was a way to save it online somehow though. I switched devices, and had to start all over again. Though, as much as I love these puzzles, it wasn't really that much of a bad thing. Once I finish these, I'll probably buy another pack. Gre