Pixel Puzzles: Japan is an indie relaxing game developed by DL Softworks. It is a part of the Pixel Puzzles game series.
In Pixel Puzzles: Japan players will build various puzzles of pictures drawn in Japanese aesthetic. There is a certain degree of interactivity, as building puzzles relax the in-game monk, who will achieve higher consciousness levels. As you progress through the game, the monk will become more and more relaxed, which allows you to attempt to build even bigger puzzles.
There is no lose conditions whatsoever present in the game, as the game does not feature any time limits and it does not punish the players for putting a puzzle piece in a wrong way. However, unlike the real-life puzzles, the puzzle pieces in these game are not square and their form is actually procedurally generated making no playthrough the same. Some of the unarranged puzzle pieces move from time to time to help the players figure out where to put them.
There are 19 puzzles present in the game. Each of them is hand-drawn and has its own difficulty level. The game features puzzles in sizes from 60 to 350 pieces.
As the players build up the puzzles, traditional Japanese music will play in the background. The game features 26 Steam achievements, which are given to the players for completing for completing puzzles.