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Sudoku free is perfect for brand-new players, as well as seasoned sudoku puzzle solvers.
Concept and Gameplay
As someone who is a big fan of sudoku, I was excited to give Sudoku free, from Astradia, a try. While the basics are the same, almost every sudoku game has its own features that make it different from the rest. In this game’s case, it offers flexibility for players.
Sudoku free doesn’t take you through a tutorial on how to solve sudoku puzzles, but it does offer five different difficulty levels so new players can get a feel for the game without getting intimidated.
There is a helpful “How to Play” section, but it’s text only. I think it’s good enough to give new players an idea as to what they need to do in order to solve puzzles correctly.
To solve sudoku puzzles, simply tap on a cell and then select a number (1 through 9). The number will be added to that cell. You can also edit and/or erase numbers in cells using the appropriate buttons.
In terms of playability, I think Android users will enjoy the layout and simplicity of Sudoku free. You won’t find very many bells and whistles, but everything is adequate enough where you have a pleasant puzzle solving experience without frills and fluff.
Sudoku free does come with a few extra features that are handy, especially the ability to resume a sudoku game in progress. Players don’t have to worry about manually saving before exiting the game, but current games will be erased if you start a new one.
As I mentioned before, Sudoku free also features various difficulty levels for beginners and experts. You can choose from one of five, and higher difficulty levels mean fewer given numbers when starting a puzzle.
If you enjoy checking out game statistics, Sudoku free also has you covered. You can easily access statistics for each difficulty level via the game’s menu, such as number of games completed and your best and average times for puzzles.
Sudoku free is available to download from Google Play for free and doesn’t have any in-app purchases or ads. This is awesome because what you see is what you get, and you don’t have to worry about having to pay in order to unlock features of the game.
Overall, Sudoku free is an awesome sudoku game that’s definitely worth checking out. I had fun playing it for this review, and I’m sure you’ll have fun playing it to practice your sudoku puzzle solving skills.
Sudoku free requires Android 2.2+.
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