Pixel Puzzles 2: Space is a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game in a universal style, each piece uniquely shaped like no physical puzzle could be.
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Release Date: Feb 19, 2016

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“For fans of the Pixel Puzzles series this is another must-have entry and it is also a great place for newcomers to start...”
8.7 – GameRamble

“Decaying Logic’s jigsaw puzzlers just keep getting better and better...”

About This Game

Pixel Puzzles 2: Space is a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game, featuring 25 images in a universal style, with each puzzle piece uniquely shaped in a way no physical puzzle could be.

Use satellites to help solve puzzles. Launch the floating payloads to utilize power ups or build a rocket and save the stranded spaceman from the barren rocks beneath his moon boots.


  • 25 puzzles in a range of sizes from 60 to 350 pieces.
  • Beautiful images of space.
  • Auto saving, never lose your progress.
  • Peaceful puzzling atmosphere.
  • Traditional puzzle gameplay.
  • 55 Steam Achievements.
  • Puzzle piece rotation.
  • Interactive play environment.
  • Power ups to help solve puzzles.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP
    • Processor: Intel® Core 2 Duo
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
    • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP
    • Processor: Intel® Quad Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
    • Storage: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Generic Sound Device
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
Product received for free
I received this game for free from Cubic Bundle for being a top donator as part of a bundle pack they sent me that also inlcuded PP2: Birds. I have to say I'm throughly impressed at the game its very relaxing the background music isn't invasive and repetitive like some games you can vary the difficulty by allowing the pieces to rotate or be set in the position they are in the picture. I like the mini puzzles building the rockets. I will definitely be buying all the other games I've already bought PP: Ultimate and all the DLC for it. If you after a relaxing game this it a good choice.
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34 of 35 people (97%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
15.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 1
I'm actually writing this review because I am thoroughly impressed with the developers. They had done many bug fixing patches but I encountered one they missed. I asked them to please look into it and see if another patch was needed. That very same day, they released another patch just to fix the issue I had found. So they not only keep track of the discussion board on a regular basis, but they also listen to us and fix things promptly.

I've always enjoyed their jigsaw puzzle games and Space is just as fun as the rest. While you're playing, there are little mechanical cylinders floating all around (in the same floaty space as your puzzle pieces). There are 3 little spacecrafts at the bottom of the screen and you can place a cylinder in one of them to get a hint. Since there are so many cylinders, you can use many hints, if need be. The first little rocket will show you the picture again for a few seconds so you can make a game plan. (hit the letter G to launch it). The second little rocket will show you where in the puzzle the piece you're holding goes - so pick up a piece and hit the space bar. The last little rocket rotates your puzzle piece to the correct angle. So pick up a piece and hit ctrl. (I think I got that right). Also, I believe there is an option to set all the pieces to the correct angle to begin with if you dislike rotating them. So... after you put a cylinder into a little rocket and hit the correct key to gain that hint, the rocket will blast up and off your screen - but will reappear again right away so you can use that hint again.

Now for the fun part. If you don't use a single cylinder for any hints, you can build the BIG rocket, all the way to the left of the screen. It requires every single cylinder to complete - thus why you can't use hints. If you're not planning on using any hints or you find you're almost done with the puzzle and haven't used any cylinders, then build that huge rocket (with each cylinder added, you can see it take shape) and it will blast off when completed. Okay, it's very cool looking but why are we doing this exactly? Because when you finish your puzzle, a shuttle will come down and land perfectly straight - which gives you a "launch puzzle" achievement along with the "complete puzzle" achievement. Two achievements for the price of one. As long as you don't use any hints.

Lastly, if you're feeling morbid and twisted, you can grab onto the spaceman jumping around, drag him all the way to the top of the screen, and drop him. He will splat and you'll have a nice little bloody mess to stare at while you're working away on your puzzle. I did it once to see what it was like but it was just a little too ooky for me. I mean, I was trying to relax with a cool puzzle and nifty space music - so killing the poor spaceman and then getting to stare at my handywork kinda broke the mood I was going for. :p

In closing: This is a very enjoyable jigsaw puzzle game made by developers who care and listen to us. I recommend this game wholeheartedly.
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31 of 33 people (94%) found this review helpful
31.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 29
Firstly if you don't like jigsaw puzzles, you can stop reading now.
Simply all members of the Pixel Puzzles series are designed for jigsaw lovers. They are a true delight to play and here's why..

Pixel Puzzles 2:Space

is a wonderful addition to the series. You get beautiful space art for the new set of puzzles. There's a new side game meshed in. And best of all for once there's no anoying factor to contend with this time around.

The pros
very pretty art to reasssemble
challenging cuts to the pieces as always
fun mimi game
enjoyable rocket launching (hint: always launch the main rocket before finishing your current puzzle)
there is no anoying fairy, koi, or zombie to deal with

Pixel Puzzles 2:Space is an excellent experiance and real fun to play. Relaxing and stess relieving with no puzzle box to store or pieces to pick up. Beautiful art with a fun theme. So for a most enjoyable jigsaw puzzle time, you should add this to your collection.

Rating 9.8/10
reason... there are never enough puzzles

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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
20.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 14
After visiting Japan, fighting undeads, observing birds and watching anime, you're going to space! Pixel Puzzles: Space is a jigsaw game, based on the universe, planets, astronauts and everything that can go to space.

You have to build pictures by assembling pieces that are floating in space, which is the core of the game. However, now, you can choose any puzzle instead of waiting to unlock them: meaning that you can begin by the 350 pieces one and finish by the easier ones of 60 pieces.

To make your job a little easier, you can use bonus: see the whole picture for a few minutes, rotate the piece or show the right place. But how to unlock them? Floating with the pieces, you'll find parts of a rocket. Put one of them on the bonus you want to use and launch it. However, using the bonus will prevent you to launch a bigger rocket and to unlock the puzzle launch achievement. In other words, if you're an achievement hunter and using bonus in every puzzle, you'll have to do them twice. At least one of them will have to be done that way as achievements for launching the bonus are also included.

While the feature above is the main novelty of the game, with the freedom of choosing any puzzle, I have to speak about the little astronaut bouncing around. He's not annoying (he doesn't speak) but some people are bored to see him - contrary to me that managed to forget him at each puzzle. You can take him and make him bounce from an higher height, until you hear him scream and crash on the ground, dead.

My only little problem is that while trying to place a piece and rotating it too quickly is sending it back to the floating sky. Besides, for the pieces that are doing the outline, they're also often send back to it. While they're placed correctly, you can see them move a little during the process. If you try to place them at that exact place, it's like the game is considering that place as the floating sky. It's annoying after a while as the best way to begin the puzzle is to find a maximum of the outline pieces.

I loved the pictures in it: they're really varied - planets (Earth or not), deep space, astronauts, shuttles launching, satellites, anything that is related to space and that can make a beautiful view. The soundtrack itself is very faithful to the theme.

However, I noticed that on my laptop, the game was lagging a lot while on my desktop, it worked perfectly fine. I don't know why however and I will not try to find the answer as I finished the game on the desktop.

Pixel Puzzles: Space had an hard launch because of the bugs tied to the launch achievements and to puzzles not resetting. However, these are fixed. I waited for that to make a review (and to finish the game). Else I was ready to post a positive review about it.

Pixel Puzzles: Space is easily one of my favorites in the series, with Japan. Developers did a nice job. If you have any patience and loves jigsaw games, you can buy this one without problems. You have 25 nice pictures with the ultimate challenge of not using any bonus (that's the first game where I didn't rely on the bonus, apart for the achievements related to them).
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
12.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
Pixel Puzzle franchise. Recommended for those who literally like to put puzzles together, and I do mean piece by piece.

Pixel Puzzles 2: Space

Features space and all things related: planets, nebulae, astronaunts, satellites, space craft. There is even an introductary puzzle of the space shuttle found on the main screen. 24 puzzles in all ranging from 60 pieces to 350 pieces, with some odd shaped and space themed puzzle pieces (arrows, stars, rockets). All the puzzles can be seen in the picture gallery once the puzzle is solved. The game grid is floating spheres so the player can choose any puzzle they want without constraint.

Puzzles: 60 piece - 5, 112 piece - 6, 153 piece- 6, 220 piece - 6, and 350 piece - 1.

The game board is surrounded by space where the puzzle pieces float and MOVE. The pieces also must be rotated to gain the correct orientation (like in a physical puzzle.) Fortunately there is an option for the player to choose the correct orientation permenantly (or until such time as the player chooses to turn it off). I recommend having this feature on for the 220 piece and 350 piece puzzles due to the size of the pieces.

Best feature of this game: The Launch. In this game a spaceman bounces about trying to flag down a space craft. During the puzzle phase if the player uses no hints and builds the rocket from the floating capsules among the puzzle pieces the rocket will launch. If the rockets launches, at the end of the puzzle the rocket will return to pick up the bouncing astronaut.
NOTE: There is a launch achievement attached to ever puzzle, making every puzzle solved actually worth 2 achievements: one to solve and one to pick up the astronaut.

However, if the player choses, the floating capsules can be used as hints. Simply put a capsule in one of the three tiny landers to launch them for the hint. The first lander (left to right) is "ghost". This power-up shows the puzzle picture for approximately 10 seconds. The second lander (L to R) will cause the selected puzzle to gain the correct orientation (unless the player rotates the piece). The third lander (L to R) shows exactly where that piece belongs in the puzzle, edge or middle.

Other functions can be found in a side vertical menu including: a tray to hold the pieces, shuffle the pieces, zoom in on the puzzle board, and changing the puzzle board's background color.

There 55 achievements and trading cards available.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
14.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 17
"NASA - Space Shuttle - Moon"
PixelPuzzles2: Space is another game from the PixelPuzzles series. It's still a nice and entertaining jigsaw puzzle game but somehow it gets pretty laggy on a high amount of puzzle pieces floating around the board or caused by the dynamical generated rocket fog. Thankfully there's a built-in help function. Collect rocket pieces to the satellite launchers. Unfortunately the number of helps is limited and you'll also need the rocket pieces to buildup a full rocket for launch (another achievement each puzzle). The 26 pictures are pretty much one sided or the same scene just zoomedout like Astronauts in Space, on the moon or Spaceshuttle launches.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
22.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 13
I've played all of these and they are fun time wasters. Space is by far my favorite of their topics so far.

Got it on sale for half off and it was worth it. 7.5/10
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11 of 15 people (73%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
9.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 11
If you want death to come and visit you, then this game is right for you.
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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 3
Game has an annoying astronaut bouncing about getting in your way... you can grab said astronaut and drop him from top of screen, catching him just before he hits ground, and keep doing this.. keeping the astronaut in a constant flux of falling.

That is, until you miss him and his helmet shatters killing him off.

10/10 would kill astronaut again
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35.7 hrs
Posted: July 26
If you like jigsaw puzzles in real life you would probably like this game.

It took me 35 hours to complete every puzzle twice.
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♫ Euphoric guinea pig :D
11.0 hrs
Posted: July 14
After I got Pixel Puzzles: UneadZ for free I decided to buy the other games. So I got Pixel Puzzles 2: Space in a bundle and I paid around 50 cents for it. For that price it's worth every cent. It has plenty of puzzles and achievements. If you quit in the middle of a game it saves. Takes some time but can be 100%-ed. Almost forgot, in Pixel Puzzles 2: Space you have to rotate puzzle pieces in order to complete a puzzle. I assume other Pixel Puzzles 2 have the same feature. There's a glitch when some pieces are missing but if you go back and return to the level they will appear again. I'd say wait for a sale and grab it if you're into this kind of games.
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13.9 hrs
Posted: July 14
Another puzzle game from Decaying Logic this time in space. Puzzle sizes range from 60 to 350. Beautiful images from space including nebulas, space walks, planets and more. Instead of just doing puzzles, you can also build rockets that when completed will launch into space. In order to put the puzzle pieces in their right place you must rotate them. The music fits the whole space theme of the game. A great way to relax and enjoy a casual game. 10/10.
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Amorous Eyes
10.9 hrs
Posted: July 13
TL;DReview: Definitely the bad apple in the Pixel Puzzle bunch.

Bugs: Crashes on exit; No save date lost. Puzzle alignment is off.

Achievements: 100% completion possible by solving all puzzles without using any power-ups (and using them to launch the rockets instead).

Final Verdict: 3/10

The designs are a bit uninspired, the NASA logos are blurred out, and the jigsaw alignment is slightly off to the topright which can cause some annoyances when trying to place side and corner pieces. The difficulty is easy for all puzzles but takes a steep jump up at the final puzzle.
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