Excerpt: For the few of you who are unaware of what Sudoku is, it's a number puzzle that doesn't involve any math. Technically, it can be solved with any set of nine symbols, letters, or pictures, but it's easiest (and more traditional) to use numbers. You are given a 9x9 grid divided into nine 3x3 grids. Each row, column, and 3x3 grid can only have one of each number in it. Each puzzle starts with some of the boxes filled in.
Conclusion: In the end this game is probably only the most suitable for real Sudoku fans. Brain Age’s version of the game is a lot easier to use and overall more fun. Not to mention Sudoku isn’t a game for everyone, so even if you don’t end up liking it, you’ll still have all the other mini-games to play around with. While Gridmaster is hard to top for the sheer amount of puzzles and budget price, you would probably be better off just going with Brain Age .