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I’ve always been intrigued by sudoko and have tried the pencil and paper version many times with no success. I just have this number phobia that made it really hard for me to enjoy traditional sudoku games. If you’re not familiar with sudoku, it’s a puzzle game where players insert numbers into a grid of 9 squares. These 9 squares are further divided into more squares. The goal is to have one number appear in each square, horizontal line and vertical line with no repeats.
Sudoku In Space App
I recently tried out the Sudoku in Space App on my iPhone. The Sudoku in Space App is available on Google Play, the App Store, and the Amazon Appstore. It’s also available for Android, Windows, and Mac through the Napland Games website. What makes Sudoko in Space different?
- Four difficulty levels: Beginner, Easy, Medium, Hard
- Hundreds of unique puzzles
- Colors-only mode
- Classic mode with numbers
- Relaxing music and stellar sounds
- Intuitive user interface that’s easy to navigate
- Auto-save after every move so you don’t have to worry about interruptions
- Three hints per puzzle to use without penalty
- Step-by-step tutorial
Sudoku in Space is the sudoku game for people who thought they couldn’t play sudoku! I started on the beginner level and was thrilled to see that I can play Sudoku in Space with colors rather than number. I wasn’t kidding when I said I had a phobia about numbers. Math is not my thing. Solving puzzles with colors is much more enjoyable. The Beginner level was a great way to gain confidence and I quickly moved onto the Easy level. The Beginner level started with 4 squares in a larger 4 square grid. The Easy level has 9 squares in a 9 square grid.
Each level has many different games in it so you can easily keep playing the Sudoko in Space app for a long time before you complete it. I totally admit that I am still on the Easy level but I am figuring out little tricks to complete the games each time I play. The app tells you when you make mistakes and there is a timer to keep track of how long it takes you. If you really get stuck, you can ask for three hints for each game.
If you’ve always struggled with learning how to play Sudoku or you’re looking for a new way to play, you’ll definitely enjoy Sudoku in Space.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 20-year-old son and 25-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. In what little spare time she has, she loves to read, watch movies and play games. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.