Nonograms: Wolfs Stories

In a quiet backwoods there lives a young wolf family with six cubs. They spend a lot of time together, that's why, sometimes, young parents want to take a break from the children's bustle. And so it happened one day, when Wolf's wife asked him to put the cubs to sleep, while she could spare some time just for herself. But Wolf fell asleep together with children and when he woke up his wife and children disappeared. Wolf smelled a rat and went on their trail.

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Tahiti Nonograms: Wolfs Stories

Not all blue In this game, you see at once where Teddy Floppy Ear: Mountain Adventure colors are supposed to go and you get to Nonograms: Wolfs Stories out where each color should go in each row and column. It is quite different from my favorite mosaic games because in this one you have just one board with all colors available to fill in from the start. Two, sometimes the numbers on the top and sides would blend in with the background and you just couldn't see them until after you made a mistake. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by funsize2 from Loved it I have done practically all the nonogram games and this one is one of the best. One of BVS Solitaire Collection all time favourite nonogram games. Like the Fantasy series, there are three colors, however, these are all done at the same time. But ALL the colors. The puzzles in this game are the same old thing - you play the game exactly as you would any nonogram, but the colors are handled a bit differently. I love the game, Fionas Dream of Atlantis, luckily, got it on sale today. It also requires us to remember to switch Nonograms: Wolfs Stories colors. Only if two numbers are the same color are you required to place one or more blank tiles between them. They are all the same kind of puzzle and I have been doing them for years. I Rescue Team 7 nonograms just about any way they are offered. So given the same numbers but changing Solitaire Beach Season colors would produce a different count; 1 red, 2 red, 1 white and 3 red means there are still 7 tiles to be turned and there is at least 1 blank tile between the two consecutive red numbers.

Not all blue We will not be buying this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kristidumplin from The same stuff - but, differently! In Fantasy Mosaics, you complete one color, them move on to the next. You must try this before buy and persevere - don't try a couple of screens and give up. The grid has all the colors listed above the columns and beside the rows. If you like a challenge and nonogram puzzles, then you should really enjoy this one! It's hard to make something different in this genre but they managed. You have to learn new rules that are not carryovers from the normal nonograms. Takes some getting used to and some brain power to solve the grids, but this new challenge really makes the game fun. There is no switching back and forth between screens for the different colors, which makes it quite challenging and took some getting used to. However, I totally loved this game and wish there were more like it.

Numbers get crossed off as you color the squares, but if you hover the mouse over them the 'X' will disappear. Date published: Where you normally do one color, then the board changes, this one keeps you on the same board, and it really takes some getting used to if you are a Sotries of the Fantasy Mosaic series! I'm actually going through the levels for Loves Triumph second time to improve my scores. I found myself having to concentrate to complete the puzzles without mistakes because of the "one board, all colors" aspect. The wolf family is very close-knit I do think the Storiew is silly. I love the game, and, luckily, got it on sale today. There is no switching back and forth between screens for the different colors, which makes it quite Nonograms: Wolfs Stories and took some Nonogrsms: used to. But you have to remember that numbers next to each other with different colors don't necessary have to have a blank tile in between.


I found this new way pretty hard during the one hour demo, where the grids were only 10x I recommend this game to anyone who loves nonograms. OH NO!!!!! The way the game is set makes it hard, perhaps very hard. The programming is excellent and the response to how most of us would like to play is also excellent. Numbers of the same color will have 1 or more space between them. The music is good too. It is difficult, but you do catch on after awhile. This game is fun and challenging. I consider myself quite an expert on these and so I have to say this new game is definitely not for beginners. It's hard to make something different in this genre but they managed. All the tiles that must be turned are in the numbers, with the color of the number telling you which color you need to use. It also requires us to remember to switch between colors. However, this version is much too tiny. Date published:

If you like nonograms, get this one!! The programming is excellent and the response to how most of us would like to play is also excellent. The same row of numbers in this game 1 red, 2 green, 1 white, 3 red would also mean that 7 tiles need to be turned, but you have no hint as to where the blank tiles fit, because numbers with different colors do not necessarily need a blank tile between them. NO WAY! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by alowan from Gnaw on this! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by funsize2 from Loved it I have done practically all the nonogram games and this one is one of the best. OH NO!!!!! I love the game, and, luckily, got it on sale today. I give it my tops in artistic value as well. Also, having all 3 colors going at the same time is just too much. The previous review gave a wonderful description, so I am not going to repeat it all the details. You really have to think on this. I love nonograms just about any way they are offered. I consider myself quite an expert on these and so I have to say this new game is definitely not for beginners. Kind of hard to explain, but I found it a lot harder to figure out which tiles needed to be turned and which color needed to be used.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Shumana from Not your average nonogram! Like the Fantasy series, there are three colors, however, these are all done at the same time. I must say that is one of the best nonograms I have ever played on BF: when I clicked the hard mode preference I was not expecting some real challenge! Great game to keep your mind active and yet still an enjoyable escape after a long day at work!! Don't mean to discourage any players, but just wanted to explain that this is not a beginner's puzzle, in my opinion. The music is nice You have to learn new rules that are not carryovers from the normal nonograms. In this game, you see at once where the colors are supposed to go and you get to reason out where each color should go in each row and column. I'm actually going through the levels for a second time to improve my scores. The rule that at least one blank tile must be between two numbers still applies, but only if the numbers next to each other are the same color. This game is fun and challenging. The music is good too. I love the game, and, luckily, got it on sale today.

3 thoughts on “Nonograms: Wolfs Stories

  1. I suggest you do try the tutorial. I'm actually going through the levels for a second time to improve my scores. It is quite different from my favorite mosaic games because in this one you have just one board with all colors available to fill in from the start. We both played this game for about 15 to 20 minutes each, we both breezed right through the levels, then called it quits and deleted the game. I give it my tops in artistic value as well.

  2. It also requires us to remember to switch between colors. The wolf family is very close-knit There is a bit of thinking involved, but not so much you get frustrated.

  3. I give it my tops in artistic value as well. If you like nonograms, get this one!! My favorites tend to be those like the Fantasy Mosaics - different colors add something nice to a puzzle.

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