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Satella de Picross

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Satella de Picross
Satella de Picross screenshot.png
Developer(s): Jupiter
Publisher(s): St.GIGA/Nintendo
Platform: Satellaview
Category: Puzzle
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: Picross NP Vol. 1
Release dates
Japan: November 30, 1997 (broadcast for 27 days)

Not to be confused with Tamori no Picross, another Satellaview Picross game.

Satella de Picross is a discontinued Satellaview game in the Picross series. This game has not well been documented online.

For Game Tora no Oona there was a December 1997 event featuring this game, where players could win a copy of a Pokémon Craft Electric Set as a prize, with Elecric-type Pokemon including Pikachu, Magnemite and Zapdos. There were a total of 50 winners.[1]

The only two known puzzles include an insect and a bonus 28th puzzle from Tora Maga Daisakusen (December 21 1997 issue); a transmission tower. The latter puzzle is identical to a Mario puzzle in Mario no Super Picross. A black and white screenshot of the game was released in Fami Maga 64 January 1998 (page 81).

External links

Picross series logo

Games Mario's Picross (1995)  • Mario's Super Picross (1995)  • Picross 2 (1996)  • Picross DS (2007)  • Picross 3D (2009)  • Puzzle Iroiro series (Gekkan Crossword House) (2009)  • Picross 3D: Round 2 (2015)  • Pokémon Picross (2015)
Picross NP 1999: Vol. 1  • Vol. 2  • Vol. 3  • Vol. 4  • Vol. 5
2000: Vol. 6  • Vol. 7  • Vol. 8
Promotional/limited time Tamori no Picross (1995)  • Satella de Picross (1997)  • Club Nintendo Picross (2012)  • Club Nintendo Picross + (2014)  • My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (2016)


  1. "This new ROM dump just poked my mons." Satellablog (not linked as contains a ROM download)]