Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings is FREE to download and own for a limited time!
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Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings
Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings is a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game, featuring 25 images in a artsy style, with each puzzle piece uniquely shaped in a way no physical puzzle could be.
- 25 puzzles in a range of sizes from 60 to 350 pieces.
- Beautiful paintings.
- Auto saving, never lose your progress.
- Peaceful puzzling atmosphere.
- Traditional puzzle gameplay.
- Puzzle piece rotation.
- Interactive play environment.
Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings : How To Get It FREE!
Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings is a DRM-free game, and that means you do NOT need a special launcher or client (like Steam) to install and play it.
Adding To Your IndieGala Account
- Go to the Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings page.
- Scroll to the Get Pixel Puzzles 2: Paintings section.
- Click on Add To Your Library link.
- You will be asked to log into your IndieGala account.
If you do not yet have an IndieGala account, you will need to register for one (it’s free!)
- Once you add it to your library, you can download it at anytime.
Here is a direct download link for those who do not wish to create an IndieGala account just to download the game at a later time.
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