Excerpt: "I love Sudoku, I find spending time concentrating on this puzzle helps to relax me and take my mind off things. When I was bought this for my birthday I did think it would just be another gimicky game that I would grow bored of but actually it is not, the game is so well thought out that it keeps me interested. Sudoku is a game where you are given a grid and it contains 9 grids inside it all which contain 9 squares. The aim is to put numbers 1-9 ...
Summary: I've had few other suddoku games before, like suddoku master and brain age, but this is the best! I'ts fun with all the extras and games. I think that grid size is very good and with all different fonts to choose from, You'll find the easiest to read. Only thing I miss is the option where you can see all the numbers of the kind (eg fives or fours) highlighted, like it's possible in suddoku master.
Summary: I got into Sudoku because of Brain Training, and I wanted more puzzles. I bought this game because of the positive reviews, played it a bit, then lent it to my husband. All my scores were overwritten because the game doesn't allow more than one 'profile'. Eventually hubby bought me a new copy! The easy puzzles get tricky quite quickly, so not something to relax with.
Platinum Sudoku (DS): Very addictive if you like suduko
5 April 2010
Summary: As a sudoko addist my husband bought me this for Christmas and it a great present I was hooked by lunchtime. The game boots up and gives you a choice of a quick game, sudoku, kakuro - new one on me! and challenges and multiplayer. If you are new to Sudoku you are given the option of possibles for help which is a great way to learn for those that are no good or won't read instructions - like me but it does take the challenge out of the game if you know how to play.
Pros: millions and millions of games
Cons: my son managed to wipe my games - needs different player facility
Excerpt: "...very pleased indeed, and that Platinum Sudoku was a lovely and thoughtful gift. If she could hear the gears in my brain calculating its re-sale value on eBay, she didn’t let on. The game was left, unloved and unwrapped for some time before curiosity got the better of me and I decided to give it a go. Although I had heard of the relatively recent Sudoku craze (you can’t really avoid them when you do crosswords as they’re usually on the same page of ...
Pros: Absorbing game play . Excellent customisation options . Superb longevity .
Cons: Background music can be a little annoying at times .
Summary: ~~~~~~~~~~~ INTRODUCTION ~~~~~~~~~~~ I am a wordsmith by trade. Give me a crossword puzzle and I'm in my element. Numbers, on the other hand, drive me nuts. I just don't get on with them. As such, when I opened one of my presents at Christmas, and thanked the aunt who gave it to me, she must have caught the barely disguised scepticism in my expression when she blurted out "I heard you like puzzle games!".
Pros: Absorbing game play. Excellent customisation options. Superb longevity.
Cons: Background music can be a little annoying at times.
Want to play sudoku & kakuro on Nintendo DS? Try Platinum Sudoku
30 July 2009
Excerpt: "...for the Nintendo DS game, Platinum Sudoku, developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft. The game is based on the now popular puzzle where you have to fill in the missing numbers into a grid. Sudoku has been one of the recent puzzle crazes in the UK, and in the puzzle you are given what is generally a 9 by 9 grid with some numbers filled in, and you then have to fill in the boxes with the numbers 1-9, so that these numbers aren't repeated in any ...
Pros: Lots of different options, millions of grids, good game
Cons: Can be a bit tiring on the eyes after a while
Platinum Sudoku (DS): Sudoku and Kakuro for the Nintendo DS
30 July 2009
Summary: This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Platinum Sudoku, developed by Gameloft and published by Ubisoft. The game is based on the now popular puzzle where you have to fill in the missing numbers into a grid. Sudoku has been one of the recent puzzle crazes in the UK, and in the puzzle you are given what is generally a 9 by 9 grid with some numbers filled in, and you then have to fill in the boxes with the numbers 1-9, so that these numbers aren't repeated in any line.
Pros: Well presented, lots of options, lots of grids