As the name suggests this is a Su Doku game for the Nintendo DS. Su Duko is a puzzle that originated in the far east and exploded into England a couple of years ago where people everywhere became obsessed with it and trains and buses would be full of people squeezing some into their spare time.
Su Doku is fundamentally a number puzzle where it all revolves around nine. It is set around a grid where by each row, column and box has to have the numbers 1-9 in. They are not allowed to be repeated or missed out. I became addicted, like a tons of the rest of world and found the few puzzles that you get in the daily papers and magazines not quite enough to keep me occupied. I purchased this game for the DS and it satisfied my cravings much more so!
There is not too much more you can do with Su Doku so I did not expect toomuch from this game, as long as it kept giving me puzzle after puzzle I was happy. It had a great mix of abilities from easy to very hard and I was able to pace myself through them. I found there were enough difficult ones to keep me challenged without feeling like I was repeating myself. The game livens up Su Duko a lot, but that was not what I was interested in, just a constant stream of puzzles that didnt repeat themselves, so the extra functionality is wasted on me, but for my purpose it served it very well.