Originally Posted by Pocketim
I really Don't understand mario super Picross
games are easy.
You have a grid of about 10x10 fields.
And you must hit the correct fields to have a picture in the end.
There are two rows of numbers (one on the upper side, and one on the left side).
Look at this picture:
You see the picture is solved: a cherry.
Now look at the numbers at the left side:
It's always best to start at high numbers.
There's one "10", that means you must hit every field in the row.
As you see in the cherry pic, every field is dark.
And look at the top numbers, there's one more "10".
That means the vertical row must also be filled in completely.
So, you have to think a little and see for example: The second number on the left side is a "1". Now you have one field already filled up, so the others must be empty.
Basic rule: The numbers you see on the sides, idicate how many fields must be filled.
If there are two numbers like: 5-3 you have to fill 5 fields in a row and then have at least one blank space and then fill 3 more fields in that row.
Hope you understand it now. It's really easy.
And btw: It's nothing like Polarium.