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.
- unlimited Undos
- mode Easy, Normal, Difficult, Nightmare
Most Helpful Reviews
Basic but Free is hard to beat - Missing advanced features such as:  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.  Nothing for scanning rows and columns. This must be done visually ( or on paper )  Cell selection and entry directly from keyboard instead of requiring mouse clicks. Small gripes:  Can't save solved puzzles.  The overlaid keypad input window feels kludgy. Suggest direct input into each cell after user clicks on it.  Help window is difficult to scroll text. Need to make scroll bars or arrows visible.  "EXIT" on the home menu seems like inappropriate Mac nomenclature. Suggest using Quit.  Similar/related to #3, suggest standard Preferences menu accessible from the keyboard.  Would prefer to select my own background and not be limited to those supplied by the app. Likes:  No "in app" purchases. All is there and really free. Thank you to the author.  Grey background for 'given' cells is appreciated.  Visual notification of an obvious error ( e.g. adding '5' to a nine square region already containing '5' ) is appreciated.  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.
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.