iPhone and iPad apps tagged "Sudoku."
RCI-JEUX Announces Takuzu for iPhone and iPad
Today, RCI-JEUX unveils Takuzu 1.0, its first game for iPhone and iPad devices. Available for free on the App Store, Takuzu is an original number puzzle game inspired by Sudoku.
Sky Parlor Studios Announce an Exciting Update to Sudoku Together
Sky Parlor Studios is pleased to announce an exciting update to their first Together series title, Sudoku Together 1.21.
You can now play your favorite puzzle game, Sudoku, with friends.
Sudoku with a Fun Character Twist - Charaku App for iPhone and iPad
Charaku is the new way to play Sudoku. No numbers, just cute characters. Forget typing or tapping. Drag and drop the different funny faces into place. For the countless Sudoku fans out there, they'll enjoy a more visually appealing way to play their favorite puzzle game.
6 Addictive Sudoku Variations for iPad and iPhone
Conceptis is proud to introduce Conceptis Sudoku for iOS, an addictive new gaming platform providing 6 different Sudoku variations in a single app. With its diverse puzzle types and unique design, Conceptis Sudoku brings a new dimension to this popular intellectual-entertainment genre.
Sudokanji - A New Sudoku App with a Twist
Sudokanji 1.1 for iOS offers users a social spin on Sudoku. Sudokanji, Sudoku with kanji tiles, includes beautiful Asian inspired graphics with kanji numeral tiles that also enhance the overall experience.
The Future of Sudoku: Worlds First Multiplayer Casino-Style App
Revolutionary tablet app SudokuPDQ(TM) 1.1 has taken a popular game enjoyed by hundreds of millions of people internationally and turned it into an ultra fast-paced, high-stakes, competitive game that can be played against multiple opponents in different locations.
Big Win Blackjack Takes Players from Teaching to Tournament
On Friday, Mobile Deluxe, publisher of Solitaire Deluxe and Big Win Slots, introduced Big Win Blackjack for iOS, a free-to-play premium app featuring multi-hand action and tournament play.
Sudoku App Releases Update With New Ways to Unlock Puzzle Packs
The popular Sudoku App for iPad & iPhone, Sudoku Puzzle Packs has recently been updated by the Michigan based development company Thumb Wizards, makers of top-ranked entertainment apps for iPhone, iPad and iPod iTouch.
Radical Math Apps for Number Nerds and Finance Geeks
It’s no secret that nerds of all varieties have a safe haven in the App Store.
Sudoku Uno Brings Brain Twister to iPad
Sudoku Uno is a good reimagining of the popular puzzle game for the iPad.
Sudoku is played by placing the numbers one through nine only one time each in rows and columns. Traditionally it is played in newspapers or consumable Sudoku books.
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Kevin Heap, NinjaBee
AppCraver recently spoke with Kevin Heap, Lead Programmer of NinjaBee. He shares his experiences developing for the iPhone and iPod touch.
When did you start developing apps for the iPhone? Did you have previous experience as a developer?
We started working on the iPhone in October 2008.
Sevens Comes Without Any Luck Involved
Sevens, from developer Nigel Hanbury, is a spin on the wildly popular Sudoku number puzzler, of which there are several variations in the App Store.
Just in case you've never played Sudoku before: The playing field consists of a 3 x 3 grid of squares.
NineGaps Has Your Daily Numbers
Quadion Technologies' NineGaps is in some ways like Sudoku, the number puzzler that bookkeepers, Mensa wannabes and violinists seem to enjoy more than everyone else. NineGaps is different than Sudoku in that you complete puzzles consisting of three rows and three columns.
Interview with Laurie Ann Sims, President of Wizzard Media
Recently, Wizzard Media, a podcasting network, acquired exclusive distribution rights to six iPhone apps: John Kooistra’s Blue Attack and Blue Defense!, Phase 2 Media’s OmNomNom, Sudoku Classic and Sudoku Unlimited, and Markus Strobe’s Touch Scan.
iPhone Developer Spotlight: Mike Meyer at Weasel Floss Studios
Mike Meyer, Principal at Weasel Floss Studios, is part of the team behind the recently released iBuddha. This is their debut app as a company, but not their first time developing together. "iPhone ideas are everywhere," Meyer says. Here are his experiences.
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