Sudoku 4Pockets (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Sudoku 4Pockets offers you 3600 puzzles and Kiku your assistant will be there to guide you through each of the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Skill levels.

The aim of Sudoku is to complete a grid of 9 x 9 squares with the numbers 1-9 in each square, row and column.

As you play Kiku will guide you, she can tell you if you have entered an incorrect number, offer you hints and explain the moves and terms as you play.

The simple to use number entry makes it easy to select numbers and add possible number candidates to aid your thought process.

Whether you are new to Sudoku or an advanced player you can have fun playing and learning on your quest to be a Sudoku Master.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Desiree Turner

Time to dig out your sudoku dictionary

Since 2002, the aptly-named 4Pockets.com has been creating applications and casual games for pocket PCs and smartphones, including Breakout clones, jigsaw puzzles, pinball games, and of course, sudoku. Their version of the ever-popular puzzle game has...

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User Comments (4)



rayvin400 said:

I second that. I don't care about sudoku. How about crossword puzzles or Picross...



Macaronius said:

I also second your opinion rayvin. I would enjoy a crossword puzzle app, new puzzle submitted from nintendo's servers to your dsi daily, and an ability to submit your best time on finishing the puzzle. aaaaah, the possibilities!



baruch102 said:

i third the opinion rayvin i dont care about sudoku,proto-THAT WOULD BE AWSOME!

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