Not long ago, a new number game dubbed ‘Sudoku’ hit the mainstream and literally took the world by storm. If you are one of those who plays Sudoku then you will already know how good, fun and challenging it can be. If you have yet to give the ultimate brain workout game a try then there has never been a better time. The Play Store is literally littered with Sudoku options so to help the novices and experts alike can find their next Sudoku offering. To get you started, here are ten Sudoku apps for android which are worth a download.
If you are into your Sudoku then kicking off our list today is exactly that. This is a plain sudoku game with no thrills, bells or whistles. Even the developer listing states this is “Sudoku. Plain and Simple”. As such you can expect straight up Sudoku app for those who just need their fix. No adverts and no settings to mess with.
KillSud – killer sudoku
While the last offering was for those who need to fulfil a Sudoku fix, this offering is for those who normal Sudoku no longer satisfies. For the real Sudoku champs out there, you should be giving Killer Sudoku a try. This game is the same Sudoku game, although incorporates a couple of extra rules. If you fancy a real challenge then give KilSud and Killer Sudoku a try.
The last two offers so far have been aimed at those who Sudoku is a must and simply want to get their Sudoku on. If however, you are looking for a slightly more fun Sudoku experience then maybe this Sudoku is the one for you. The app offers the standard game, although over three different modes. Arcade, Challenge and Time Attack. Plenty to keep you busy and give your mind a decent workout.
Following on from the last option, AE Sudoku is another app which tries to bring a bit more flair to the Sudoku realm. As such, this app does cater to those who want their Sudoku fix but also offers users an enhanced graphical experience. Great Solid option for those who want a slightly more visually pleasing game board.
In spite of Sudoku being a rather one dimension game, that has not stopped developers thinking outside of the box and this is exactly what is on offer with Sudoku Bingo. This app comes with two versions of the game, Classic, which as you would expect places the emphasis on traditional Sudoku. The second version is Rush which places more of an emphasis on a Bingo version of Sudoku.
Next up is Sudoku Ninja. Besides a great name this app caters for everyone by offering a number of different levels of difficulty so that you can find the one that’s best for you. Not to mention that this one also offers a social elements where you can play against your friends remotely.
Sudoku Vision offers sudoku but with a twist. Literally. Boards can be displayed in any angle, offering you a different way on how you view (and play) the game. Not to mention, you can physically capture games you are playing with the camera and get helpful hints. Definitely one worth a try if you are into something a little bit different.
Lola’s Fruity Sudoku FREE
While all the offerings so far have been aimed at those who know how to play and looking for that next Sudoku hit, this one is aimed at the young Sudoku players of tomorrow. If you want to get your children interesting in Sudoku than Lola’s Fruity Sudoku offers a more child-based version of the game using fruit images instead of actual numbers
Sudoku In Space
This one probably does not need that much explaining. Like Sudoku, want to play the game in an outer space setting? Then help the alien get home by completely Sudokus. Enough said.
Of course, all of this talk of Sudoku might not mean much to you, if you are not sure how to play the game. If that is the case, then finishing up today’s list is Learning Sudoku. This app not only offers a number of games for you to play but also offers handy tutorials to make sure you know what to do and the best way to do it. Great for beginners of those looking to brush up on thier skills.