Sudoku 9x9

Developer: Sylvain Becker

Current Version: 1.03

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 7.6 MB - Download


Sudoku is played with 9x9 grid, divided into 3x3 subgrids called "regions".

The object is to fill empty cells with numbers between 1 and 9, so that number should appear only once on each row, column and region.

Many settings:
- autosave
- statistics
- unlimited Undos
- mode Easy, Normal, Difficult, Nightmare


Release Notes:

Bugs fixed


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.02
Review by brianLorraine

Basic but Free is hard to beat - Missing advanced features such as: [1] candidates for each square. I typically write the candidates on paper but having it on screen would be great. Maybe right click/control click to show candidates for a cell. [2] Nothing for scanning rows and columns. This must be done visually ( or on paper ) [3] Cell selection and entry directly from keyboard instead of requiring mouse clicks. Small gripes: [4] Can't save solved puzzles. [5] The overlaid keypad input window feels kludgy. Suggest direct input into each cell after user clicks on it. [6] Help window is difficult to scroll text. Need to make scroll bars or arrows visible. [7] "EXIT" on the home menu seems like inappropriate Mac nomenclature. Suggest using Quit. [8] Similar/related to #3, suggest standard Preferences menu accessible from the keyboard. [9] Would prefer to select my own background and not be limited to those supplied by the app. Likes: [10] No "in app" purchases. All is there and really free. Thank you to the author. [11] Grey background for 'given' cells is appreciated. [12] Visual notification of an obvious error ( e.g. adding '5' to a nine square region already containing '5' ) is appreciated. [13] It is FREE, so I don't have to buy something first to find out I don't want it.( i.e. Mac App Store doesn't offer product trials before purchase ) Lastly my rating. If this were a paid app I would give it 3 stars but since it's free I give it 4 stars. There is still a lot of effort here for the author to offer it freely.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 1.0
Review by Nteal

Okay, Except for the UI - The app has to be ported from the iOS version. The only way to use it is point and click. Being on a MBP this is ver clunky. It would be better if you could use use arrow keys and numbers.

Found helpful by 6 out of 8 people