Uni Sudoku

Developer: David Ross Software

Current Version: 3.0.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.7 MB - Download

Description:

"best computer-based Sudoku game I've tried"
- Dan Frakes (4 1/2 mice, Macworld)

Play the popular game of Sudoku on your Mac with Uni Sudoku. Enjoy the best aspects of the pencil and paper puzzle with all the advantages of playing on your computer.

+ Thousands of puzzles with unique solutions and completely solvable by logic.
+ Full Undo/Redo support, no more erasing!
+ Immerse yourself in Full Screen mode for a meditative puzzling experience.
+ Full keyboard navigation if preferred.

An intuitive interface lets you make pencil marks and fill in guesses while staying in the flow of the game. Enjoy five levels of puzzle difficulty, from beginner to expert, or enter your own puzzles from a favorite game book, website or newspaper.

Like Uni Sudoku? Please rate on the App Store!

Any feedback or problems? Please email [email protected]

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Release Notes:

+ Changed minimum system requirements to OS X 10.7
+ Fixed bug when closing unfinished puzzle and auto-pause option enabled

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.0
Review by SeaBearTug

The best - I have tried them all and David Ross's version of Sudoku is the best! I paid ten dollars gladly for it when he sold it independently on his own website - this is a bargain!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 3.0.1
Review by rbpeirce

Save As is gone - I like to save stages of my solution so I can backtrack if necessary. This is probably cheating but it works for me. This version lacks a Save As selection. I tried to go back to 2.0 but something has changed. if you double click a number the same number in the row or column is not removed.

Found helpful by 0 out of 1 people
1/5
Version 3.0.1
Review by capt.br

a new version just popped up on my MacBook - I have been playing Uni Sudoku for quite a while and it is one of my favorite games. A few minutes ago, I opened it and saw a new interface. Unfortunately, the new display is exceedingly large on the MacBook. I have to back away from the screen to view it. Also, the image is so large that I can no longer make a quick scan of it to see which numbers are needed here and there. Ross strikes again. The last time a new upgrade fiddled with the user interface (on the iPhone), users complained to such an extent that the version was withdrawn and reverted to the original interface. I did not choose this upgrade; it automatically appeared. How can I get rid of it; in other words, can I revert to the previous version?

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
4/5
Version 3.0.1
Review by ingin_main

Love But Requesting Fixes - Older versions of this app worked great for me but the latest version running on Yosemite is buggy. Once in a while a square will be unfillable but there’s no way of knowing this except during a game. Would like an option so the SAVE prompt doesn’t pop up each time - it lags quite a bit before opening). Also would love to see an option for resizing the window. Last request would be to add a pause button on the timer. Otherwise, love the app.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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