The paid version of CrossMe is CrossMe Premium in Google Play, and is priced at $4.95; it is normally priced at $4.95 in the Amazon Appstore. As we've noted before, there are sometimes differences in pricing between the two marketplaces.
CrossMe is described as follows:
Cross Me is a Japanese crossword known as a Nonogram. The objective is to discover a hidden image by marking cells or leaving them blank, according to the numbers displayed on the side of the grid.CrossMe is rated (as Premium) at 4.8 stars in Google Play. It is rated at 4.2 stars in the Amazon Appstore.
Facing a grid of cells, you will carefully determine which cells to mark and which to leave empty. The darkened cells will begin to take shape and reveal an image.
What Will You Reveal
Look at the numbers displayed across the top and the left-hand side of the grid. Each number represents the number of filled cells in that row or column. Fill all cells in the correct way to solve the picture. All numbers should have a strike-through after filling in the appropriate cells. If you tap on a cell, it will be filled. If you tap on that cell again, it will be crossed. If you tap on that cell one more time, it will be empty again.
A few simple crosswords are provided for you to learn how to play the game, as well as the step-by-step tutorial. Those familiar with Japanese crosswords may skip this and go to more challenging larger pictures. All crosswords have been checked.
Tip: To fill the line of cells at once, tap and hold the cell. A ring will appear and after that, move it. You can find other tips in the game rules.
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You can see a slideshow of screenshots here.
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