On September 1, Cluemaster released two new number puzzle apps for Kindle: Cluemaster Mini Sudoku Volume 1 and Cluemaster Jigsaw Volume 1. Both applications are variations of the popular game Sudoku.
Mini Sudoku is essentially the same thing as ordinary Sudoku, just on a smaller scale. As the description says “Mini Sudoku is regular Sudoku played on a smaller grid; but that doesn’t mean that they’re all easy!”
Regular Sudoku is played on a 9×9 grid broken up into 3×3 boxes, but Mini Soduku is played on a 6×6 grid broken up into 2×3 boxes. Only numbers 1 through 6 are used, but all other regular Sudoku rules apply.
Jigsaw is a similar concept as standard Sudoku, just set up a little differently. Rather than having the cells broken up into 3×3 boxes, the cells are broken up into irregular shapes, making the game a little more difficult.
Both games include 100 puzzles broken up into 4 different difficulties: Gentle, Moderate, Tough, and Diabolical. They also come equipped with a Pencil Marks feature, which allows you to make notes in each cell, as well as an Auto Pencil feature which automatically enters notes for you. In addition, both have an Auto Check tool that highlights incorrect guesses as you play.
You can find them in the Amazon Kindle Store for $1.99 each!