By Jason Linhart
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Sudoku Joy offers unlimited play at seventeen difficulty levels, the most of any free Sudoku app. This ad supported app offers features comparable to the paid apps! Sudoku keeps your brain sharp, young, and nimble! Relax after a hard day or just pass the time with the puzzle everyone is talking about.
Novices will especially appreciate Sudoku Joy. Our tutorial with practice games, extensive feature set, and advanced hint system are ideal if you are just learning Sudoku. Play more, learn to be a better player, find Sudoku Joy!
Our multi-stage hint system starts with a gentle reminder to get you back on track, and works up to an illustration of the exact technique to use and how it applies to the current board. Our hints ease those frustrating moments and teach you how to be a better player.
- Puzzle generator for unlimited play
- Scan puzzles from books/newspaper using camera
- Solver helps you with games from the newspaper
- Seventeen difficulty levels
- Tutorial teaches you new techniques
- Large, high contrast digits are easier to read
- User interface optimized for fewer touches
- Choice of six color schemes
- Never covers up the board while you are playing
- Infinite undo/redo
- Automatic or manual pencil marks
- Manually enter games from the newspaper
- Automatically saves your game when you get a phone call, switch applications, or lock the phone
- Highlighting helps you discover patterns
- Game clock; compares your time to other players
- Avoids graphic frills that distract from play
- Choice of digit styles, including Kanji and Hanzi
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What's New in Version 5.2.4
Minor bug fixes.
I find myself working sudoku whenever I come across a puzzle. And this app lets me work an infinite number of puzzles whenever I want. The included puzzles come in quite a variety of difficulties. And the tutorials help me learn to solve more and harder ones.
I like that I can quickly add a puzzle with the Scan feature. No more abandoning a half-done puzzle when it's time for my appointment or the plane has landed. If someone else has started it, I can enter it by hand, too. (But then I don't get a time result.)
Some of my friends were concerned about the "pencil" notes. They said they had a system for entering them. In every case, it turned out that the system in Sudoku Joy was the same as the one they used.
I have been using the free version for over a year. The ad field across the top catches my eye, but doesn't ever interrupt play.
As difficult or easy as you want it. Also can insert puzzles from newspapers or other sources. Hints are great in that they don't give away the puzzle but challenge you to continue solving the puzzle with just a little help. Must force myself to stop after a while; otherwise I will spend the entire day solving puzzles.
Play this all the time. Interface takes a little figuring out, but is very usable once you get used to it. Ads not too annoying. Can be depressing, though, as it tells you how much faster everyone else is.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Dec 18, 2014
- Version: 5.2.4
- Size: 11.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Jason Linhart
- © 2009-2014 Jason T. Linhart
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.