Over 1 million of the nation's favorite puzzles
crammed into one LCD Sudoku game! Sure to satisfy any Sudoku junkie.
It's so addictive it should have its own rehab
program. It's Sudoku, the puzzle that's gripped a nation. Virtually every
national newspaper features a daily dose of Gă Doku, and the pocket puzzle books
are flying off the shelves. But if you that's not enough to satisfy your habit,
the Sudoku Master Puzzle is for you. This easy to use electronic gizmo has an
incredible 1 million puzzles built in.
In case you've been living under a rock for the
past year, here's how you play. While numbers are a big part of Sudoku, you
don't need any mathematical skill to play. Sudoku is a game of logic. Each game
consists of a grid divided into nine squares. Each of these squares is divided
into nine boxes. Your job is to fit all the digits from 1-9 into each square,
making sure that each horizontal and vertical line on the main grid also has all
these digits. No repeats within a line or a square are allowed. Be careful Gă˘ one
wrong number can ruin your whole game...
With the Sudoku Master Puzzle you can set a time
limit for your game as an extra challenge, or a Gă step count' to see how quickly
you can complete a grid. Should you get stuck, there's a Handy Hints option, or
if you're really flummoxed, choose Auto Solve to see where you went wrong. Great
fun and great value, no fan of Sudoku should miss out on this game.
- LCD console
- Over 1 million puzzles built in
- Different levels of game play
- Direct number input pad
- 2 game modes - Timer/step count
- Clock display
- Helpful hints available
- Auto Solve
- Alarm function
- Instruction manual
- Uses 2 x AA batteries (not included)
Studies show that playing Sudoku can improve
memory, mind clarity, and even stop and prevent brain illnesses such as
Alzheimer! Therefore there are some scientists & researchers recommending
playing Sudoku, as part of our regular daily activity. Find out what everybody's
talking about, join this exciting 21st century world phenomena, and start
playing Sudoku today.
What is Sudoku?
Sudoku first appeared in a US puzzle magazine in
the late 1970s, but was then picked up by Japanese publisher Nikoli in 1984 who
dubbed it Su Doku and the puzzle-hungry Japanese loved it. From there it was
discovered by The Times and the rest is history. Sudoku is the addictive number
puzzle that has taken the UK by storm and is now taking over the rest of the
world. It is branded by many as "the hottest puzzle since the Rubiks Cube".