This thread is in response to a review for Picross 3D on the DS. You are encouraged to view the review in a new window before reading this thread.
Posted: June 15, 2010 (03:07 PM)
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I'm being heavily editorial on the piece because I'm interested in this, and I think there's a lot of good stuff, but I just jump out and say "I'D DO IT THIS WAY." As a former fan of paint by numbers games & the cool designs they can make, I'm very curious about 3-d. And I also think that the best way to describe 3-d is to start with 2-d and expand. At least it was that way in math class. There's a lot of 2-d picross stuff out there and even poking around could give you a way to ease the reader into the whole essay. Maybe we are talking different languages at times when I am thinking of 2-d picross, but 3-d picross does scare me a bit. Does it require 3-d reasoning? Does it let you do a lot of 2-d as practice? Is it directed towards fans of the concept? Were you one, before playing?
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