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Picross 3D: Round 2 (Rittai Picross 2 in Japan) is the sequel to the 2009 Nintendo DS puzzle game, Picross 3D. It was developed by HAL Laboratory for the Nintendo 3DS.


The gameplay is pretty similar to the original. Players break or mark blocks according to the number on their to show a 3D model. Rows with no necessary parts in them are marked with a blue zero while the other rows are marked by a number indicating how many in a row matter. This entry introduced the orange numbers, which are blocks that do not fill an entire block and/or curved whereas blue numbers indicate straight square blocks that are used. The game also introduced the bomb button which eliminates any 0 blocks on the outer side.


amiibo Support

There are a total of 10 amiibo supported by the game. Each one unlocks a puzzle based on that character. The supported amiibo are:

Peach and Toad unlock the same puzzle, so you only need to scan one of them.


Nintendo Life gave the game a 9 out of 10 and called it a "gem".[1]