Windows Phone 7 Sudoku App

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Microsoft, the leading software developer has given mobile phone users a lot of free Windows phone apps, one of them is the Sudoku app. For centuries, Sudoku was only printed in traditional newspapers and people couldn’t wait for the next day’s paper to fill in the game at the last pages of the newspapers. But in this era of advanced technology, you can play Sudoku at any time you want and frequently as you desire. Free Windows phone Sudoku app is now available to you from Windows phone free app market.

The free Sudoku app is downloaded from the Microsoft’s app market and installed into the Windows phone 7. This app has hundreds of Sudoku puzzles which are different from each other. Free Windows phone Sudoku app has different levels and it gives you the option to choose whatever level you would like. Very easy is a level for beginners who have never played the game, easy is a level for Sudoku players who are still learning, and normal is for the people who play the simple and easy to understand Sudoku. The extreme levels: hard, expert and genius are for the professional Sudoku players who need constant challenge and play by a shown timer. All Sudoku players get hints and advance their solving skills in the puzzle.

Languages used in the free Windows phone Sudoku app are Spanish, English, French and Italian. A vast usage of different languages ensures that people from different cultural backgrounds enjoy the phone’s free Sudoku app. The game is absolutely incredible and brain teasing for all ages. Invention of Windows 7 phone was doubtless one of the best thing for Sudoku loyal players. Touch phones mean that players carry their games anywhere and they can start a new game anytime they wish. Moving digits with your fingers while playing Sudoku can be the most interesting thing for you on your mobile phone.

The vital Windows phone free Sudoku app has five logic-based features: Sudoku, Kakuro, Killer Sudoku, Greater than and lastly KenKen. The basic Sudoku rule stipulates that you use 1-9 to fill cells of the common 9×9 Sudoku grid. Kakuro is an advanced game combination of simple Sudoku elements with crossword puzzle. In this game, the clues of the crossword are the summation of each horizontal and vertical value. Killer Sudoku is the blend of both Kakuro and Sudoku elements. This game gives initial numbers; while the ordinary 9×9 grid is has regions. Each of these regions has a digit that indicates the sum, without repeated numerical in each region. Lastly, KenKen is advanced Killer Sudoku but in this case, the values of each of the vertical and horizontal regions are calculated by multiplying, subtracting, adding or dividing the digits within.