Reviews and Problems with Carol Vorderman's Sudoku
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25 June 2012
Summary: Carol Vorderman's Sudoku is a intuitive game for all casual gamers. It keeps your mind occupied but yet its relaxing & satisfying enough to keep you coming back. Great price by Playasia too!!!
Summary: In case you didn't know, the attractively clad woman on the cover is Carol Vorderman, a 50-year-old quiz gameshow host in the U.K. She's written a book or two on the game of sudoku, so now she "hosts" this game. This is really a very simple and plain electronic sudoku game. The controls are pretty easy to figure out (I rented my copy).
Summary: The most important feature for me was whether you could make notations in the game. I don't know how a person can solve a reasonably hard sudoku without making notes in the squares so you can remember what numbers are still possibilities there...I may just be thicker than most. Anyway, based on my internet research reading reviews, this is the only one for the PSP that has that feature. So I bought it (years ago now) and I loved it.
Summary: For the past few years, puzzle games have became all the range. Thanks to the thrill of video games like Brain Age for the Nintendo DS, many gamers have decided to step away from the action and sports titles, to something more into the mind. That has happened with Sudoku. The simple game has definitely brought so many gamers into a challenging filed of 9x9 puzzling action.
Summary: Carol Vorderman, an amiable UK television personality, introduces us to the game of Sudoku with step-by-step video tutorials that are easy to understand, and she even shows a sample puzzle from start to finish. As the player increases their skill, additional tutorials from Carol can provide advanced gameplay tips.
Summary: Well I found my copy of the game for 99P at a local game store so naturally snapped it up straight away, what a bargin, and when I first used it, it confirmed to me what a bargin it really is, this game is differant to the rest as it obscurly has a career mode! My initial reaction was "How on earth can you put a career mode in a sudoku game?