Astraware Releases A New Sodoku Game

Astraware has released a new Sodoku game for the Palm OS. Sudoku is a logical puzzle game, originally created in puzzle books and then made available in countless newspapers worldwide.

The Sodoku grid is 9 cells high by 9 cells wide and within the grid are 9 boxes each featuring 9 cells. The object is to fill in the numbers 1-9 in each row, column and box, but they must only appear once in each one. Many people are put off by seeing a grid with numbers in it, but in fact the puzzle doesn't require any arithmetic at all - just deduction and logic.

Astraware Sodoku for the Palm OSAstraware Sudoku features include 6 levels of difficulty, pencilmarks in a choice of styles, optional completion and tracking of pencilmarks, a unique and innovative notepad which enables players to make handwritten notes and sketches overlaid upon the grid, and an advanced hint system to assist you by highlighting areas where progress can be made without giving away the answer.

Astraware Sudoku includes a selection of inbuilt puzzles of varying difficulty for you to evaluate. After registration the game will allow a range of additional pre-built puzzle packs to be added. These extra packs will be available free of charge from The unlocked version of Astraware Sudoku includes a puzzle creator which will generate literally billions of true Sudoku puzzles, all of which are solveable by logic alone. It also includes a puzzle solver, so you can input any Sudoku from a newspaper or book and Astraware Sudoku can show you the solution or give you hints to help you play along.

Astraware Sudoku is available for Palm OS handhelds running OS 4.0 and above and is priced $19.95, however the game will be available with a special release discount making it $9.95.

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Isn't this SuLite?

scoT1753 @ 9/7/2005 3:39:16 PM # Q
RE: Isn't this SuLite?
ackmondual @ 9/7/2005 5:49:52 PM # Q
that and 1 or 2 other freeware games like that. I'll post them when i get home.
Don't forget Sukoku (numberplace)
ackmondual @ 9/7/2005 7:06:26 PM # Q

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ackmondual @ 9/7/2005 7:07:44 PM # Q
It's Sudoku, and in case the URL isn't linking correctly again this time, just copy the ENTIRE line and paste it into your browser's address bar


RE: Isn't this SuLite?
arp @ 9/7/2005 8:43:01 PM # Q
I'm sure this will be a hit.... except there's already good freeware apps that do sudoku.

-- - my top 10 palm apps
RE: Isn't this SuLite?
palmato @ 9/8/2005 10:25:25 AM # Q
Enter my own favourite :-)

Waiting for a TT successor

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Flash Version

DWD @ 9/8/2005 12:28:37 PM # Q
Here's a flash version if you're a fan of the game:

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