Electronic Arts Sudoku: A Review

As a fan of maintaining my memory, as well as having things to do that do not take a lot of time, I like to do Sudoku puzzles. One of my favorite applications for Sudoku is Sudoku by Ea Games.

This Sudoku game has something that most other Sudoku games do not have, the ability to click on a number and see where those numbers are located on the grid; exactly as seen below.

There are five levels to EA’s Sudoku; Easy, Normal, Hard, Very Hard, and Insane. Points are awarded based upon level of difficulty, and number of errors. If you do not have any errors you will receive full points; however, for each mistake you will receive a 10 point deduction, up unto a previously set limit. On the ‘easy’ difficulty you can receive a minimum of 20 points.

One of the additional features is the ability to enter in your own puzzle, from another source, like the New York Times, or any Sudoku puzzle book.

The second feature is the statistics. Sudoku keeps all of your games and allows you to see how well you’re doing. An example is shown below.

If you’re a Sudoku fan and like to keep track of how well you’re doing, this would be the one to get. It’ll cost you $0.99 in the iTunes App Store. Get your copy today.

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