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The best iphone sudoku app is back with much more awesome features!
Enjoy almost unlimited number of sudoku problems with beautifully refined user interface. (With Retina screen supports!)
Basic Sudoku Rules
Every row must contain the numbers from 1 to 9 with no duplicate numbers in each row.
Every column must contain the numbers from 1 to 9 with no duplicate numbers in each culumn.
A region (3X3 box) also has to contain the numbers from 1 to 9 with no duplicates.
Automatic Memo Mode
For the sudoku biginners, Quick Mode with the automatic memo functionality is now available!
Moonrabbit Sudoku's design perfectly blends with enhanced usability! You will be satisfied with one of the best emotional design.
Thanks to the optimized interfaces, you can focus on solving sudoku problems. Guide lines & Duplicated number highlighting will help you reduce time-consuming mistakes.
Undo helps the Sudoku problems be traced back to its previous state. You don't anymore need to resart the game from the bigining when you reallize you made a mistake in the middle of the game.
Powerful statistics features
You can check your records at a glance with the various types of graphs.
Daily Sudoku & World Challenge
Challenge people all around the world with a new sudoku problem every day.
Six levels of difficulty. Each level set contains one thousand sudoku problems.
25 background colors and two types of skin modes.
Supports various languages. (Currently Korean and English.)
★ SOME TIPS
1. In Memo mode, press and hold the button to put numbers.
2. Hold undo button to reset the progress.
3. Double tap to switch between Normal Mode and Memo Mode.
What's New in Version 2.1.5
Fixed occational crashing bugs when startup.
Admob SDK update.
Best Sudoku App!
I love this app. It has beautiful graphics, something other sudoku apps have found strangely difficult to master. It also has thousands of levels, unlike many other (paid) apps. I'm also in love with the noise it makes when you punch in a number or slide to a different spot. The "levels" are a great idea, and I love that you can go back and look at your stats.
Another great feature is that it only highlights something as wrong when it's contradicted by something else on the board, instead of highlighting it when it simply is wrong. It allows you to make mistakes, and you don't end up accidentally cheating, as you do in other sudoku apps. In addition, it has little or no glitches, and has never crashed on me. While it does have ads, which other users are upset about, it only has a small ad bar on the home page that doesn't get in the way, and you rarely see it. This is by far my favorite sudoku app.
This is without a doubt the best Sudoku game out there for iOS.
It's cleverly designed. Filled with beautiful, intuitive interfaces and obscure, yet cute, icons. It has a very wide range of difficulty levels, that in my experience have been very consistent in how difficult they are.
The achievements, scores and statistics, along with a great daily puzzle feature are all integrated perfectly. These extra features also help to give the game a social, competitive edge that no other Sudoku apps can even compare to.
I will say however, after having played a different Sudoku app for quite some time. I had gotten extremely used to the UI for solving the puzzles. It took quite a while before I adjusted to the clever UI of MoonRabbit's Sudoku. Too be frank, I think I'm still a little faster with the other app.
All in all, this is a fantastic game. Well designed, well written, well played.
Best sudoku app out there
This app was made by some Asian company I think, and it was translated in a way that makes them say things similar to "All your base are belong to us". But it does it in a way that is so charmingly cute and likable.
I won't play another app just because the antics of this one are so entertaining. At the end of each game, you get rated, and it will tell you what your worth is. It's usually something like "pitcher", "stapler", "chop sticks", etc.
Also, the randomly generates games are great. The hard ones are some of the hardest I've come across.