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. Would be better with random puzzle generation, as once you've beaten them all you can only better your times or reset the whole thing. I play it all the time - it will stay in my game library!
Summary: I REALLY like this game. Sure, it isn't as good as Brain Age, but it is still really fun and the puzzles are GREAT!! I don't bother writing my answers. I just use the numbers. It's much easier. From what I've heard, it's better than the other Sudokus on the market and very convenient when waiting at the airport or doctor's office. You can't please everyone, but they did a pretty decent job. I actually love the version on my phone of all places.
Summary: This is a decent addition to a puzzle game/sudoku lover's ds library. The game features over 400 puzzles of varying levels (4 difficulty settings) that the gamemakers say are handpicked. For those already familiar with playing sudoku on their ds, certain similarities carry across to this title. Your games will be timed, allowing you to go back and improve on times for previously completed puzzles.
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. Since it came out a few years ago, it has been one of the most exciting things to ever come out to the public.