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Old 04-15-2007, 09:40 PM
Jon Westfall
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Default Want To Sudoku? Check The Roundup!

http://justanothermobilemonday.com/...iation-roundup/

"Ever since they started publishing it in the Washington Post, I have been addicted to Sudoku, the quirky Japanese numbers puzzle. If you are not familiar with Sudoku by now, the rules are fairly simple. Gameplay proceeds on a 99 grid, which is further divided into 9, 33 squares. Based upon the numerical clues provided, the object of the game is to fill in the numbers 1-9 in each of the 81 boxes, without repeating a number in any horizontal row, vertical column, or 33 square. I have already looked at the traditional Sudoku game at length, and reviewed two of the best versions available for the Pocket PC, Astraware Sudoku, and Spb Sudoku, which is included in Spb Brain Evolution. As a result of the vast popularity of Sudoku, numerous game and puzzle makers have created a mini-industry, stretching the boundaries of traditional Sudoku with complex and difficult variations. I have scoured the Internet and found nine exceptional interpretations of the Sudoku game."

Well, if you still haven't played your first game of Sudoku or if you're a veteran looking for a new challenge, you should find something in Just Another Mobile Monday's writeup of Sudoku varients. Happy Sudokuing!
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Old 04-15-2007, 10:05 PM
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And of course the best SuDoku of all which they fogot to mention 8O
Mastersoft SuDoku



http://www.mastersoftmobilesolutions.com

Which now includes a FREE copy of Desktop SuDoku and a FREE copy of Desktop Kakuro :wink:
 
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