One of the better Sudoku !
This is a typical Sudoku, with 1 major improvement: squares on the boards are separated for easier viewing. I love Sudoku puzzles, but so many of them contain boards with squares which tend to run together. Also, with this one, you are able to choose from 4x4, 6x6, etc... right from the beginning. Another "pro" for this one is that you are able to type in the number rather than selecting from a list using a cursor. I've purchased this game and played MANY of the boards with no end in sight!! Good length of time to play without having to repeat puzzles. If you're looking for a great way to "exercise" your brain, this is it. For those not familiar with Sudoku and not into math, don't let the use of numbers cloud your judgement...Sudoku has got nothing to do with math; any character may be used in place of numbers. Some of these puzzles use ABC's, pictures of objects, shapes, etc... If you like puzzles, in general, give this one a try!
June 16, 2012
Can't get enough sudoku
Ever since i've learned how to play, i love to solve the puzzles and show them off to my family, because everyone else get frustrated with trying to solve them. I love it, love it. Make some more please.
January 25, 2012
Why the name "Buku"?
Usually when a regular game such as Sudoku is given another name it has something added to it, something that makes it just a little (or a lot) different from the regular game. Not here, this is just straight Sudoku.
When you play initially, there is a column of numbers to the right of the board game - if you don't turn off "hints" the number you need to put into an open tile is right there. No brain game at all. Turn OFF hints (at the left of the game board) and the numbers on the right are 1 - 6, your choice to place in the open tiles.
You have the advantage of choosing your difficulty as well as how bit or small you want your game board to be.
For Sudoku lovers you will thoroughly enjoy this. For beginners, this is great on the novice level. Maybe, if I go back and make changes that will elevate the difficulty this may be a purchase for me. As of now, it is not.
August 22, 2014
This game requires no puzzle solving. If you move the cursor over the tiles it tells which one only has 1 answer.
September 15, 2012