Best Sudoku game on NDS?

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  1. Harsky
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    So I'm going to be on a plane journey next month and I'll be requiring some games on my M3 to pass the time in the departure lounge. I put on some RPGs like Mario and Luigi and Summon Nights but recently I just got into Sudoku and was wondering which is the best that's out so far on the DS? So far I tried the Brain Training one or is it a case of, "they're all pretty much the same". I'm also open to any other time wasting game to play on the plane (do they even allow DS on planes?).
     
  2. jhoff80

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    I think the Brain Age one is the best from what I understand, most of the others I think just don't have very good DS functionality like Brain Age does.
     
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    although i think brain training is slightly better in my opinion... although essential sudoku has picross if you're into that kinda thing..
     
  4. Psyfira

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    They probably do, it'll depend on the individual airline's regulations. Just ask the stewardesses when you get on. The manual says to not use multiplayer or any other wireless communication in flight (probably obvious when you think about it).
     
  5. time-warp

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    Can someone list all the Sudoku games, I used to play a good one on my G6 lite before it died.

    It was a really good one, with about 3 different music types.
     
  6. mflo

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    Couldn't you just turn off the Wi-Fi function?
     
  7. time-warp

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    Sudoku Gridmaster is very good. Recommended.

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  8. xilo

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    I wouldn't worry about it. I've been on plenty of planes with the DS and my laptop, and none of the flight attendants ever said anything.

    The only thing wireless that causes problems are cell phones. Using a cell phone in a plane doesn't affect any of the planes instruments, but it does make a huge mess with the cell phone towers. When you're that high up in the air, your cell phone will see tons of towers and will end up constantly hopping from tower to tower across the cell phone network (which puts a major strain on the towers). This is the only reason why you can't use a cell phone on a plane.