Summary: The game of Sudoku is hard for someone starting out and this version is difficult to figure out at first. After a while you get the hang of it. However it does cause problem when you have a number in the wrong spot.
Summary: Sudoku in a video game should be straight forward, easy to grasp controls, and a font that's pleasant to look at at. Sudoku Gridmaster has all of this. Plus you can test to see where you rank (ie bronze, silver, gold, platinum) after completing a certain number of puzzles in Normal or Hard mode.
Summary: There are often times where a good video game can be chalenging, fun and just exciting for all ages. That has also been said with the recent success of the puzzle games like word searches, the classic crossword puzzles and now Su Doku.
Summary: I LOVE this game. It's fun and stimulating whether I have 15 minutes or an hour of free time. With a variety of levels of difficulty, it will be a long time before I need to buy another Sudoku game. Well worth the money!!
Summary: This is the most addictive Sudoku DS game that I own (and I have them all). I only wish they would come out with a second edition. Being able to highlight blocks and numbers really helps my playing. I have found that playing Sudoku Gridmaster has honed my overall playing skills.
Summary: I agree with the other people who gave this one poor marks. The game does not make good use of the dual screens at all. And sudoku is all this game does. I was spoiled because the first sudoku game I bought for DS was Brain Age - please note that sudoku is only a part of the Brain Age software, sort...
Summary: I would have to say that given all of the sudoku games being produced, this one is second easiest to play (other than Brain Age). But then again, you don't have to go through the Brain Age interface to get to play sudoku.