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Journey into the world of imagination and recreate sumptuous Japanese woodblock prints with Shadomania! In this innovative puzzle game, you'll want to find the correct position on the canvas for the different shadows and reveal the picture in as few moves as possible. Discover magnificent landscapes, animals and traditional Japanese festivals in a restful and Zen atmosphere. A wonderful game for all ages combining beauty and entertainment. Test your brainpower and let your imagination go wild!

  • An original jigsaw/puzzle game
  • More than 50 levels
  • A relaxing Zen atmosphere
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 167 MB
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Shadomania 2.8 5 42 42
Okay for people who like this type of thing I thought this game might be interesting, so I gave it a try. I didn't get to the end of the demo, it just wasn't my type of thing. I found it fairly boring really. And what annoyed me was not knowing how you get the stars - I got 2 stars on some puzzles, and 1 on others, but no idea what was different, there really needs to be some explanation of how the stars are awarded. How can you improve if you don't know how to improve? I suppose that if you enjoy 'abstract' puzzles with a fair bit of guess work, then this is the game for you, but definitely not one for me. May 17, 2012
Not for me It seems to be a very different type of game..Just not my type.This one just needs to be tried- the idea was interesting. May 16, 2012
I was looking forward to this I'm gutted. The description of this game read so interesting and innovative, hence I'm so disappointed. The real challenge of this game seems to be to start it as in getting into a level and then trying not to click anything that will alter the screen settings. Instead of 'play' with a click facility this game leaves you guessing which one of some arrows to click to play. In the process of trying to open the first level my screen settings went from full screen to windowed and suddenly I found myself playing the game inside the window of my BFG manager, which got completely confused and only went back to normal after me locating the game via the control panel and deleting it. The little bit I did play before deciding to stop due to never knowing what of my settings the next click would alter, didn't really exite me at all. I assume you are supposed to add and then turn around some ink blobs to create Japanese ink art. The idea is great, but the execution is diabolical and as the game itself alters my settings I don't want it. I rather decide the settings myself. This really needs to get taken down from sales. May 16, 2012
Guess Im not an artist Didn't get past the first picture on the Demo before I was screaming to get this game off my computer. lol. Not for me Sorry May 16, 2012
Hated it. I deleted this game after playing for about 10 min. It was not a fun game at all. I felt like I was guessing on what to do and just did not ever feel relaxed enough to enjoy this game. It just did not appeal to me at all. May 19, 2012
New type of puzzle??? I was so looking forward to this game but it was a big disapointment. The instructions seem simple but they also don't explain anything. There is no way to tell if you are doing the right thing, there is no help, and I couldn't figure out how to remove a piece if I wanted to try something else. I have already deleted the game. I think the puzzle in this game is trying to figure out how to play it properly. May 18, 2012
An amazing concept, an awful game I was excited to try this new take on recreating pictures by rotating tiles. The pictures are drawn with soft brush lines, thereby giving the images a shadow effect - hence the name. But when I reached a level that caused me to use all of the "jokers" (i.e. hints), the game wouldn't let me do anything more. I couldn't go back to earlier images, I couldn't even restart the game, so I quit out of it and wrote this review to give you all a heads up. Try it, but don't be surprised if you can't even use up the demo time. May 17, 2012
What an awful game Music gets on your nerves, graphics very bad, puzzles very difficult to figure out. Waste of time and not a game I would buy. I only played 5 minutes and that was 4.5 minutes to long. Written instructions very difficult to read. Not one for me May 16, 2012
GAMES SHOULD BE FUN The levels are so complicated whithout any actual progress. Too much effort for so little reward. Who would ever think this game could satisfy anyone? For me this "game" should be left behind the shadows May 16, 2012
S(no h)adomania Worst game I ever had the misfortune to play! The only good thing about the game is that I did not have to pay for it-I tried it for an hour and lasted about 15 minutes. This game is the pits! May 17, 2012
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