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Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox will get you colouring in number grids – AGAIN!

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Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori
Ah yes, more number grids in Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox

Over the course of the last ten months or so, the Xbox world has been hit with a host of puzzle games. And a big chunk of those have arrived under the ‘Puzzle by Nikoli W’ banner. The latest is now here – are you ready to get some number joy with Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox?

A new number puzzler?

Sudoku, Akari, Numberlink, Yajilin and more have all come our way through the Puzzle by Nikoli W series on Xbox. And now we come to Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori as once again we discover the chance to mess around with numbers, filling in grids and wasting an evening or two in the process. 

Available right now for just £3.99, Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox brings a new test of the mind. And whether you are familiar with Hitori or not (we aren’t!), we’d suspect that dipping in will give you a new outlook on things. 

Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori is a simple game to understand. But we would guess it’ll be a right bugger to master. It focuses on colouring in a number grid, eliminating those you wish to remove in hope of finding success. But there are the usual rules and regulations that are associated with things too – for instance, coloured cells can not be adjacent to another. 

Expect Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori to go much deeper than our most basic of explanations though!

Grab Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox now!

If you’ve played any of the Nikoli W puzzle games prior to this one, you should know what to expect here. We’ll run review of Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori soon. Keep an eye out for those thoughts. 

In the meantime, Puzzle by Nikoli W Hitori on Xbox is available at the Xbox Store. It’s playable on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. Surely that super low price warrants a look?

Game Description

“Hitori” is a puzzle in which you fill in any unnecessary numbers, making sure that the same number doesn’t appear twice in the same line. Once you get the hang of it, you can feel the joy of figuring out the many various gimmicks thought up by the creator. This is a puzzle for real connoisseurs.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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