‘Let’s IQ Nonogram’ Puzzle Game Launched for Windows 8.1
Are you interested in playing a mind blowing challenging game? Try now “Let’s IQ Nonogram” specially made for your Windows 8.1 operating system. You can start playing “Let’s IQ Nonogram” either on your Windows 8.1 PC, tablet or phone because this game has adapted to your needs so that you can play it on any type of Windows 8.1 system.
“Let’s IQ Nonogram” is a great logic puzzle game that will win you a great picture at the end of every puzzle you solve. Also this game will bring you puzzles that started their roots in Japan directly to you Windows 8.1 PC, tablet or phone.
Challenge your mind by playing “Let’s IQ Nonogram” for Windows 8.1
A good feature of “Let’s IQ Nonogram” in my opinion is the given opportunity to choose your colors you want to start with, either black and white for a more classic overview or you can choose to have colored nonograms for a more unique perspective.
As hardware specifications beside the fact that you will need a Windows 8.1 operating system to play “Let’s IQ Nonogram” the necessary space needed is only 1.3 MB and the processors required are the x86, x64, ARM , technology available on any new Windows 8.1 system. The price of this great puzzle game is free of charge so all you have to do is go now and install it from Windows store or follow the link a couple of rows down.
As some other great features of “Let’s IQ Nonogram” are the 54 quality nonograms you can get for free by installing this game also you have the option to purchase more after you finish with these ones of course and you will be able to create your own nonograms and publish them as well if you feel in a creative mood.
You have above some of the features and specifications presented in this game, all you have to do now is go and install “Let’s IQ Nonogram” and try it for yourself.
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