Dr. Sudoku Hits Retail
Challenge your brain with this new GBA puzzler
Mastiff announced today that puzzle game Dr. Sudoku is now shipping to retailers for the Game Boy Advance.
Unlike other puzzlers, Dr. Sudoku features hand-crafted puzzles, as opposed to the often used machine-generated, creating a much more authentic experience. With as many as 1000 different puzzles, the game also sports an Original Mode, letting players create their own puzzles, along with a Tutorial Mode for those who might need a little extra help.
The game of Sudoku may at first appear to be a math problem, but it really isn't. Starting with a grid consisting of nine three-by-three squares, where some of the numbers are already supplied, proceed to fill in the blank squares so that each column, row, and three-by three grid contains a number from 1 to 9 with none repeated.
Confused? Maybe you should take a look at our screenshots below to get a better idea of how the game plays. Dr. Sudoku for the GBA is rated "E" for Everyone and is available at suggested retail price of $19.99.