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Link-a-Pix

Link-a-Pix rules

Link-a-Pix is a clue-linking puzzle based on a grid with a pixilated picture hidden inside. Using logic alone, the solver determines which squares are painted and which should remain empty until the hidden picture is completely exposed.

Link-a-Pix puzzles come in B&W and color, and are available in many sizes and difficulty levels taking anything from five minutes to several hours to solve. However, make one mistake and youll find yourself stuck later on as you get closer to the solution...

B&W Link-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a grid containing clues in various places. Every clue, except for the 1s, is half of a pair. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by linking the pairs and painting the paths so that the number of squares in the path, including the squares at the ends, equals the value of the clues being linked together. Squares containing 1 represent paths that are 1-square long. Paths may follow horizontal or vertical directions and are not allowed to cross other paths.

B&W Link-a-Pix (A) B&W Link-a-Pix (B) B&W Link-a-Pix (C)

Color Link-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a grid containing colored clues in various places. Every clue, except for the 1s, is half of a pair. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by linking the pairs and painting the paths so that the number of squares (including the squares at the ends) and the color of the path is the same as the value and the color of the clues being linked together. Paths may follow horizontal or vertical directions and are not allowed to cross other paths.

Color Link-a-Pix (A) Color Link-a-Pix (B) Color Link-a-Pix (C)

Mega Link-a-Pix

Each puzzle consists of a grid containing B&W or colored clues in various places. Every clue, except for the 1s, is half of a pair. The object is to reveal a hidden picture by linking the pairs and painting the paths so that the number of squares in the path, including the squares at the ends, equals the value of the clues being linked together. In the case of color puzzles, the color of the path should be the same color as the clues. Paths may follow horizontal or vertical directions and are not allowed to cross other paths.

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