Deniam

Croquis

Arcade - Released - 1996

A puzzle game released only in Korea by Deniam.

DaeJeon! SanJeon SuJeon

DaeJeon! SanJeon SuJeon

Sega ST-V

A one or two player mini-games game published and developed by Sega in 1999.

Karian Cross

Karian Cross

Arcade - Released - 1996

This is an original falling-pieces puzzle game. Get three like-colored objects together to make them disappear. Getting multiple combinations causes more blocks to fall on your opponents side. Karian Cross is falling-piece puzzle game, similar to Puyo Puyo or Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo. The player must combine falling blocks - 3 of the same color next to each other disappear from the board. Longer combinations create additional blocks in opponents screen - Just like Tetris, loses the one who cannot insert new elements.

Logic Pro

Arcade - Released - 1996

Logic Pro was released in Japan by Deniam Corp. in 1996. The Korean release was titled Croquis. Try to find all the empty squares in the play area without uncovering a bomb. The number of bombs in the immediate vicinity appears on the mine sweeper and it is up to you to determine where the bombs actually are.

Logic Pro 2

Logic Pro 2

Arcade - Released - 1997

Logic Pro 2 was produced by Deniam Corp. in 1997. Try to find all the empty squares in the play area without uncovering a bomb. The number of bombs in the immediate vicinity appears on the mine sweeper and it is up to you to determine where the bombs actually are. This is a mine sweeper game from Deniam. Successfully uncover all the empty squares and color picture will be revealed. The size of the first grid is 10 by 10 squares and the size of the last grid, the 12th stage, is 20 by 20 squares. If you play quickly and you do not uncover any mines, you will receive a level quotient...

Logic Pro Adventure

Logic Pro Adventure

Sony Playstation - Released - January 3, 2001

Nonograms or Paint by Numbers are picture logic puzzles in which cells in a grid have to be colored or left blank according to numbers given at the side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture. In this puzzle type, the numbers measure how many unbroken lines of filled-in squares there are in any given row or column. For example, a clue of "4 8 3" would mean there are sets of four, eight, and three filled squares, in that order, with at least one blank square between successive groups. These puzzles are often black and white but can also have some colors. If they are colored, the number clues...

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