Description:Java game / The 5ud0ku Midlet is a J2ME game providing Sudoku puzzles for your java enabled mobile phone or PDA.
Newest Review: ... couple of years ago and I really got into it. I soon found the daily puzzles in the newspapers not enough to satisfy my soduko cravings and went through a few books. They were great but the downsides were that you could not make nots or possibilities or hints without making a mess and if you use pencil and a rubber the pages soon get destroyed. When I got a new phone an advert showed me that ... more
Customer 5ud0ku Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/07/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Im not a hugely capable person with technology but when I found out this could be downloaded onto my phone I thought it would be lots of hassle and too much work. I had a go anyway and followed the simple instructions and was amazed to see it actually worked! The suduko craze took off a couple of years ago and I really got into it. I soon found the daily puzzles in the newspapers not enough to satisfy my soduko cravings and went through a few books. They were great but the downsides were that you could not make nots or possibilities or hints without making a mess and if you use pencil and a rubber the pages soon get destroyed. When I got a new phone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/07 (Very useful, 177 readings)
OK, I confess. I'm addicted to Sudoku. I know it's just a game but it's so damned compulsive. My wife and I fight for the daily paper to do the latest. My kids bought me a "Sudoku-a-day" pad to do at work but I ended up doing a year's worth before we had even reached May. Of course, paper versions are all very well. If you make a mistake you can always rub it out and start again but then you have to use a pencil. Writing in the hints on the hard ones also tends to make a bit of a mess of the grid so, perhaps paper is not the ideal medium for this kind of puzzle. If you have read one of my old reviews you will know that I bought my ... Read the complete review
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