TealPoint Releases Sudoku Addict Puzzle Game

Sudoku, the worldwide puzzle phenomenon, which has displaced crossword puzzles in many newspapers in Great Britain and Japan, and is now available on your Palm OS handheld.

Sudoku Addict for Palm OSSometimes known by the name 'Number Place', Sudoku (or 'Su Doku') gets its name from the Japanese word for 'single number'. Sudoku is played on a nine by nine grid, subdivided into smaller three by three grids. The object is to fill in the empty boxes so that each row, column, and three by three grid contains each digit (from one to nine) exactly once. Though simple in concept, these puzzles have proven an addictive test of logic and perseverance.

Sudoku Addict comes complete with 3000 different puzzles, three challenging levels of difficulty, intuitive controls, a manual puzzle editor, a pencil annotation mode, and a puzzle-solver capable of completing any valid Sudoku. Sudoku Addict retails for $14.95.

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A way to waste even more time!

hoodoo @ 8/10/2005 6:59:52 PM # Q
I spend enough time solving the ones from the daily papers!

But the program seems to work well. :)

RE: A way to waste even more time!
Galley_SimRacer @ 8/11/2005 2:10:41 AM # Q
I had never played sudoku before, but this program seems well-designed.

"I'm not a cool person in real life, but I play one on the Internet".
Free sudoku puzzles online
michielnl @ 8/20/2005 10:26:02 PM # Q
Free easy and expert sudoku puzzles online. Sudoku, a seemingly simple numbers game, has become the biggest puzzle craze to hit the world since Rubik's Cube.


Free easy and expert sudoku puzzles online. Sudoku, a seemingly simple numbers game, has become the biggest puzzle craze to hit the world since Rubik's Cube.

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freeware variant

jnutting @ 8/11/2005 4:05:10 AM # Q
There's a freeware variant as well:


Seems to support some features that the commercial one doesn't, such as letting you put several numbers in one square as you attempt to narrow things down. I say "seems" because I haven't actually tried either of these programs myself.

RE: freeware variant
grahamnind @ 8/11/2005 9:24:24 AM # Q
Another freeware variant here
It's still a work-in-progress butI find it excellent.

RE: freeware variant
ardiri @ 8/11/2005 12:20:16 PM # Q
i got addicted to this puzzle game while on a flight to the canary islands (just last week - vacation). when i get back, i see there are now 3-4 palm versions, and i believe before i went there were 4-5 pocket pc versions as well.

talk about overkill :) i downloaded the freeware version in the first post - and, since i've solved 100+ puzzles while on vacation, i can give 10 points to that version. it works great.

Aaron Ardiri
PalmOS Certified Developer
http://www.mobilewizardry.com/blog/ <-- check out my technology blog!

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M3wThr33 @ 8/11/2005 3:47:43 PM # Q
I've been playing this game for years.
The palm version I've been using is Logicix.

I don't think you understand the gravity of the situation. We're in space.
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