Mathdoku Game Cube™ - A 3D Sudoku Puzzle Game
By Warner Zee
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If you've conquered Sudoku and are in need of a
new challenge, look no further than Mathdoku.
Mathdoku Game Cube is the ultimate puzzle game for
the iPhone! And if you thought that you would get
off easy with just one Mathdoku puzzle, Mathdoku
Game Cube challenges you to solve 6 Mathdoku
puzzles arranged on the faces of a 3D cube.
Mathdoku puzzles are similar to Sudoku and
KenKen®. In addition to the standard rules of
Mathdoku, Mathdoku Game Cube introduces bonus
squares. Bonus squares share the same number as
the square on the opposite puzzle. If you ever
get stuck on a puzzle, jump to the puzzle on the
opposite side and fill in the bonus squares.
The standard edition of this game includes:
• Unlimited generation of Easy, Medium and Hard
• Save and play more than one game (someone always
likes to "borrow" our iPhone!)
• What's a game without scoring? Earn points by
choosing the right number, even more points for
bonus squares and lose points for incorrect
choices, taking notes and guessing
• Unleash the touch and graphics capabilities of
your iPhone: zoom in and out, pan, tilt and rotate
the Mathdoku Game Cube
More features coming soon...
Have 6x more fun!
Great Idea but can use improvement
Simply put, this app is a good take on KenKen, basically combining 6 KenKen puzzles into one game. It seems the puzzle generater may be flawed as I cannot realize a solution for certain puzzles. Sometimes when I click a number, the program does not respond. I'm not sure what you're suposed to do with a subtraction or division cage larger than two. 1x1 Cages contain math - why? The Dev is on the right track, but I would wait for an update before purchasing this baby.
Sodoku game cube lite, by the same company is a phenomenal game. It's what I thought I was buying the full version of when I bought this. This game though? No good. It is not logically challenging... the answers seem random & the clues lead you to guess at solutions rather than be able to figure them out logically. There are better mathdoku or ken-ken apps out there, go buy those. Now, if you can find the full version of this company's sodoku game cube, that will most likely rock, based on the lite version. I just can't seem to find it.
- Category: Games
- Released: Jun 06, 2009
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 1.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Warner Zee
- © 2009 Warner Zee
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch (2nd generation), iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), and iPod touch (6th generation).