Play daily Nonogram puzzles. Color the grid and reveal an image. At the top of each column, and at the side of each row, you will notice a set of one or more numbers. These numbers tell you the runs of colored squares in that row/column. So, if you see '4 1', that tells you that there will be a run of exactly 4 squares in the indicatd color followed by a single colored square. If the 4 and 1 have the same color then at least 1 white square is between them.
Place one by one the 25 robots (randomly selected from 6 each with values 0 to 5) on the board. Scoring is per line (horizontally or vertically). Single robots count their value. Two identical robots in a line count 10 times the value. Any three identical robots in a line count 100. The lowest scoring line (horizontally or vertically) is your score for a level.