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Reviews of Mystery Riddles
 | Added on: February 24, 2014
I love mosaic games, and every time a new one comes out, I give it a go. I bought this one immediately, and boy am I glad! I got addicted to it right away. I thought the hint system was very good, and they were plentiful. I would start to feel like I had the game whipped, and then I'd get a puzzle that stumped me for an hour! I'll be looking to buy any more of these if they keep them coming.
 | Added on: January 29, 2014
Really enjoyed this game. Always loved pictograms, but discovered 'Fill-a-Pix,' and am now addicted! Perfect game to unwind after a long day.
 | Added on: January 2, 2014
If you like the mosaics type games then this will be a pleasant experience. Certainly easier than World Mosaics, but more colorful with relaxing music. Worth the download!
 | Added on: January 2, 2014
DO NOT play this game if you have anything else that you must do. If you like World Mosaics, you will love this. Have not played all the way through but have played through many levels. It is quick to play each level (if you can make yourself stop). I don't know if there is a story - I only work the puzzles & don't care about a story. I wish there had been a way to skip the instructions because they were just confusing especially if you already know how to play. A "must have" for World Mosaics & World Riddle & Asian Riddle fans. Also recommend Vacation Adventures Park Ranger.
 | Added on: January 2, 2014
There are two different styles of game play here. The first is Pic-a-Pix, which is your standard grid puzzle where the squares to fill are numerically represented outside the rows and columns. The second style you can choose is called Fill-a-Pix. Here numbers are represented within the grid with two different colors. You must fill in as many squares as are necessary around the represented number. This is not as easy as it sounds, as you overlap with another number of a different color and must figure out the pattern. I tried this method for awhile, but found that I prefer the standard grid puzzle, so that is what I played. You could actually play all the way through in one style and then go back and play all the way through again in the other style. The story line here is thin, as they usually are, but the grids were good. The numbers were normally in yellow, but when your cursor was in a particular column or row the numbers for that row turned red. These were sometimes a bit difficult to see, particularly the numbers 3 and 5, but I imagine it would be very difficult for those who are colorblind. The only real irritant I encountered was that with a picture behind the grid, it was sometimes difficult to see some of the cells colored white and/or differentiate them from the tan cells (the regular grid color). It took me about six hours to complete all the levels, but you may complete it more quickly. Pretty good entertainment for a few hours.