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Mar 31, 2006

^^title-2361^^ by T-hug at 10:34 PM (935 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. T-hug
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    Member Eruonen GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    What's the fun in a Sudoku Solver?
     
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    If you are mad stuck at a puzzle in the newspaper or online or in the actual game you could use the solver!
     
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    Sudoku is one of those few games that doesn't benefit from being in video game form, except when you need to use the solver to make sure you haven't made any mistakes on a puzzle you are stuck on. On paper and pencil, the controls are better than using a d-pad or a touch screen and it doesn't require a charged battery. However, I'd say 99.9% of the time video games are better than their pencil and paper counterparts.
     
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    Well when I am playing it on paper I do sometimes make a mistake, or I want to remove some markers, and it's always a mess to do it.
    I't true, it's easier to write on paper then with a d-pad, but I prefer the electronic form because you have contless puzzles to play and it's easy to remove markes and mistakes that would leave a trace on paper, adding more confusion.
    I like the clean and neat look of the DS version, didn't try this one out yet.But I'm looking forward to it because I can understand the menus....
     

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