On the Subject of Nonograms

Who in the world puts a newspaper puzzle on an explosive device?

  • Each column and row has two colors at the top and at the left side of the grid; only one color can be displayed at a time. Use the exclamation ("!") button to switch colors.
  • Using the table below, get the numbered clues for each column and row by looking up the combination of the colors. The order the colors appear in the module does not matter.
  • Fill in the squares in the grid accordingly to the numbered clues;
    • A number represents a set of adjacent squares that must be filled for that specific column or row.
    • Multiple numbers mean multiple sets of squares seperated with at least an unfilled square, which must be in same order as the numbers.
    • Numbers in the table are given from top to bottom or left to right.
  • The dot button ("") is used to flag squares as unfilled as a reminder.
  • Pressing on a color will fill, clear or place dots in the column or row.
  • Pressing the clear ("×") button twice in a row will clear the grid.
  • Once the nonogram is complete, press the "SUBMIT" button.
Last digit
of serial
Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Purple
Red [Even]
[Odd]
3 1
1 1
-
1 1 1
4
5
2
3 1
1 1 1
-
Orange 3 1
1 1
[Even]
[Odd]
3
1
1 2
-
1
3
1 1
-
Yellow -
1 1 1
3
1
[Even]
[Odd]
5
2 2
-
4
2 1
2 1
Green 4
5
1 2
-
5
2 2
[Even]
[Odd]
-
1 2
1 3
2
Blue 2
3 1
1
3
-
4
-
1 2
[Even]
[Odd]
2 2
1 3
Purple 1 1 1
-
1 1
-
2 1
2 1
1 3
2
2 2
1 3
[Even]
[Odd]