Find The Missing Numbers
Speedoku, a digital Sudoku game, is about placing numbers where they are missing from the grid. When a number already exists in a row or square, then that number cannot be placed again. As an example, if the top row of a Sudoku puzzle already has the numbers 1, 7, 8, 5, 9 and 2, this means that the row still needs numbers 3, 4, and 6.
The Bomb – Use that Power Up to solve all adjacent squares.
The Shield – This Power Up prevents point loss while it is up.
The Hint – Temporarily reveal other squares with this Power Up.
Sudoku does not require guesswork. When you’re not sure if a number belongs in a certain spot, avoid guessing.
Speedoku, digital Sudoku, rewards the skimming and scanning across the entire puzzle grid. Let your eye and your mind wander to a different place on the grid where you haven’t placed any numbers yet, and see which new possibilities become apparent to you.
Re-Examine the Grid
Each time you put a new number on the Sudoku grid, you should ask yourself, “What changed? What do I know now, as a result of having placed that number? This is one of the most satisfying aspects of playing Sudoku – every step in solving the puzzle leads you closer to the conclusion.
Thanks for play Speedoku an awesome new Sudoku puzzle!