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Friday, August 25, 2006
From the author of Mahjongg Solitaire comes DHTML Sudoku. Not Sudoku Deluxe, nor Sudoku Special Edition. This is probably the most accessible Sudoku version available, plus it's free. The fact that you're able to read this post means that you're already equipped to play it. No downloads, long waits or messy interfaces. No Flash version upgrades or Java installations.

I'm not a fan of Sudoku but simplicity, I can appreciate. Click on a square, type in a number and attempt to fill all the blanks correctly. Then click on verify to find out if you're correct. You can even print it! Wonderful creation, especially considering that all puzzles are randomly generated and not drawn from a database.

Name: DHTML Sudoku
Developer: Thomas Weibel
Category: Puzzle
Type: Browser
Size: Less than 1MB
1 Comments:
Blogger armando said at 11/23/2006 08:28:00 AM:  
it looks like you haven´t heard about the latest in sudoku, there is now something new out for two players, it´s called SHENDOKU, you can find more information on www.shendoku.com , the online game is a trainingprogram on http://www.lightningbrain.com/shendoku.html and they also have a blog http://shendoku.blogspot.com/ , it seems that they are bringing out a shendoku game for the mobile phones to be played between two players, through bluetooth, infrared or sms.