This Super NES version of the popular picture crossword game was originally released only in Japan and features hundreds of relaxing yet challenging brainteasers.

Each Picross puzzle consists of a numbered grid of tiles which reveal a picture when correctly chiselled away. In Marios main mode, a wrong move means losing time. However, in the more difficult Wario mode, mistakes are not shown... so be careful! Also, a friend can help by joining in with a second controller.

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#4 highest rated SNES puzzle game (#107 on SNES, #16853 overall)


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#29 hardest SNES puzzle game (#601 on SNES, #17609 overall)


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#7 longest SNES puzzle game (#170 on SNES, #7208 overall)


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