9 - December 31, 2012 - Nancy from St. Louis, USA using Samsung SGH-T359
Luv your game. Only comments are: the beep at the conclusion of a puzzle still plays even when my phone is on silent; I wish your timer did not continue to run when I have paused and left a game in progress - so instead of seeing a game took 2 days, I would like to only see actual playing time. Really thats it! thx for the free entertainment :-)
6.4 - September 28, 2012 - Charles from FORT SMITH, AR. USA using Nokia E71
I liked it after I learned how to input my answer. Would be nice if it let you know if you answer wrong. Overall a goog game!
9 - August 25, 2012 - MANOJ from ABUDHABI, U.A.E using Nokia C5-00
VERY GOOD TIME PASS
5.2 - August 20, 2012 - Rachel from New York, NY, USA using Samsung SGH-T139
I enjoyed the game, since I like Pudoku, but there are a few things Iwould suggest to improve it. I would like different game styles like x-Sudoku. Also a timer on the game screen. Also, even though my keypad was on silent, during the game I had to put the phone on silent to stop the keys from beeping during the game.
4.4 - May 4, 2012 - SRIKANTH from INDIA using Nokia E71
You have mentioned that reviews with 10 rating will be ignored. But I want to really tell you how I very much like your sudoku app. The best part is, it runs on any phone with java and has only those features needed for playing sudoku. No more annoying features than what is needed. Also it does not use internet and it is free. Internet is very costly here. But I connect to your website to say thank you to you
6.4 - December 15, 2011 - SHIVAM from LUCKNOW,(UTTAR PRADESH)INDIA using Nokia 5130c
10 - August 22, 2010 - JINI from NADIAD INDIA using Nokia E71
6.6 - July 5, 2010 - Dani from Timisoara, Romania using Nokia 2610
8.2 - June 13, 2010 - Richard from Nottingham, england using SonyEricsson K800i
5.6 - December 22, 2009 - Shahid Ahmed from Varanasi,India using SonyEricsson W200i
6.8 - October 11, 2009 - Anubhav from Delhi, India using Motorola A1200
7.8 - October 1, 2009 - Sonia from West midlands using Samsung SGH-G600
Grt brain training
7.2 - September 13, 2009 - Michael from gallatin, USA using RIM BlackBerry 8130 Pearl
8.4 - September 5, 2009 - Jaaaaacky from Ub,mongolia using Nokia 6270
8.6 - August 18, 2009 - Kim from Nairobi,kenya using SonyEricsson W580i
6.8 - July 3, 2009 - Ann from Dayton, USA using LG CU720
9.2 - June 20, 2009 - ILDA from PERU using Nokia 6620
6.6 - May 25, 2009 - Valencia from Los Angeles CA using Nokia 6620
7.6 - May 3, 2009 - Vee from miami, united states using Samsung SPH-M520
i turn to this everytime i need a sudoku fix. :)
8.4 - April 21, 2009 - dave from lincoln, ne. using RIM BlackBerry 8330 Curve
9.2 - April 11, 2009 - Joel from Caracas, venezuela using SonyEricsson W380a
9 - March 31, 2009 - Joel Amon from Venezuela using SonyEricsson W380a
7.2 - March 23, 2009 - JURATE from LITHUANIA using Samsung SGH-U600
7 - February 7, 2009 - Ganesan from Chennai,INDID using Nokia 5200
8 - January 24, 2009 - Srfa from Belgrade, Serbia using SonyEricsson K800i
6.8 - January 17, 2009 - John from Kenya using Samsung SGH-E250
7.4 - January 14, 2009 - LINDA from MACON using Samsung SPH-M540
7.6 - December 17, 2008 - Sekhar from Chennai, india using Nokia N95
7.8 - December 4, 2008 - SHERELL from UNITED STATES using T-Mobile Dash
8.4 - November 4, 2008 - RESAMORE from NYC using T-Mobile Shadow
Only medium and difficult but still better than last version
7.2 - August 26, 2008 - MARIUS from CTA., ROMANIA using Nokia 6280
7.6 - March 7, 2008 - Adrian Brindea from Zalau, Romania using Nokia 6620
It is good, but the puzzle could be larger, this is a weak point.
8.6 - October 20, 2007 - HASSAN from Rawalpindi, Pakistan using Nokia 3110 Classic
The most addictive game i ever played
9.2 - August 29, 2007 - Jose from Venezuela using Motorola K1 KRZR
9.8 - August 5, 2007 - MEL from ATLANTA, US using T-Mobile Dash
8.2 - July 25, 2007 - Agustín from La Plata, Argentina using Motorola V360
9.2 - July 2, 2007 - Pradip from India using Nokia 6030
7.8 - May 31, 2007 - Laffy from Norway using SonyEricsson K810i
4.6 - April 27, 2007 - Rajesh from Bangalore, india using SonyEricsson K310i
5.2 - March 29, 2007 - John from Olean ny using SonyEricsson Z520a
Better than the previous version by far. Puzzle games rule
9.6 - March 26, 2007 - Pirulo from Caracas using Nokia 3220
3.8 - February 22, 2007 - miss J from London UK using Nokia 6620
Do not get version above. Very hard to see numbers as it almost blends in with the background, and small.
Found a much better and bigger version - http://www.mobilerated.com/5ud0ku-1347.html
7.2 - February 11, 2007 - Arch from Birmingham,UK using SonyEricsson K800iv
No sounds during gameplay. Also grid could be larger.
5.8 - January 26, 2007 - toenail from Ukraine using Nokia 6620
9 - December 5, 2006 - alexandra from volos,greece using Sharp 770SH
3.6 - November 23, 2006 - Ali from IranJabber=None, Seattle using Nokia 6620
Bad graphics, but fun.
7 - November 7, 2006 - Richard from Victoria using Nokia 6620
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Sudoku, like most great puzzle games, has a very simple premise. Fill in every column, row, and 3x3 grid such that each area contains exactly the numbers 1 through 9 inclusive. The challenge comes in doing it logically, without error or guessing.
M-SoDuKu delivers two skill levels and nearly unlimited puzzle generation and includes many features, including different backgrounds and key pad controls. You can save the game, which is really important as sudoku games can take up to an hour to solve, depending upon your skill and aptitude. The controls are functional and easy to use and the puzzles are suitable and enjoyable.
The only real fault with this game is the lack of a dynamic grid hint. That is, when you place a number in an invalid position (a second 7 in a single column, for example) the game does not provide notice. This is a nice feature available in some other implementations and it prevents frustration when you think you are nearly done. Once you've messed up, you are pretty much back to square one with sudoku.