Nonogram Puzzle Contest – Win Gemsweeper (Ended 11/30/2009)

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Embark on a thrilling puzzle expedition in an ancient temple city. Your goal is to rebuild the timeworn ruins of El Dorado by solving a series of over 225 mind bending riddles. Gemsweeper combines fun puzzles, brilliant graphics and an engaging story into one unique, highly addictive game. Gemsweeper is easy to learn and does not require fast reflexes, but it will certainly put your brain to work.

The puzzles in Gemsweeper are made of 5×5 up to 30×30 tiles that are all faced down. Your job is to uncover gems which are hidden behind some of the tiles and to break tiles which are cursed. Numerical clues above and to the left of the board tell you where the hidden gems are. Use these clues wisely, and you will be able to solve the puzzles without having to guess.

Gemsweeper will put your mind to work, but the rules are very easy to learn. Thanks to the interactive tutorial, you’ll be digging for gems in no time. And if you should ever get stuck, Professor McGuffog will put you right back on track with various useful hints. There are many different ways to solve the game, and the difficulty level ranges from very easy to highly challenging puzzles which makes Gemsweeper interesting for both beginner and experienced players.

There’s so much to explore in Gemsweeper: Over 225 unique levels have to be solved to fully rebuild the ancient temple city. As you advance through the city, you’ll be able to see your progress from the rank of an

Even your kids will love Gemsweeper! It’s easy to learn even without reading the manual and it adapts automatically to each player’s skill level. Gemsweeper is also 100% violence-free, and an aid to logical thinking.

GIVEAWAY: 10 winners will receive the full version of Gemsweeper by Lobstersoft.

WIN IT: Find the solution to our puzzle contest by solving six simple nonogram puzzles (pdf approx. 88kb). Each puzzle has a letter as solution and when sorted all six letters will form one word as solution.

PARTICIPATE: To participate in this puzzle contest you’ll need to send an email to ppassion (at) passionforpuzzles.com with: the solution (word of six letters), your full name and your email address*.

This contest ends on November 30th 2009. From all correct entries we will select random 10 winners. Happy Puzzling!

* We hate spam as much as you do, so your email address will not be used by Passion For Puzzles dot com for any other purposes than this puzzle contest.

UPDATE : Contest has been closed. All winners have received their prize thanks to Lobstersoft

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