SudoFeud is point scoring game that you must play against an opponent. It’s very difficult to describe. I recommend that you watch this video: http://www.sudofeud.com/ In short, SudoFeud works a bit like Scrabble. Especially with double & triple scoring points. I have not play tested this. Sorry, I’m just too busy. Also, I need to play against a ‘friend’. Which I have none of! That’s what happens when you spend your whole existence play testing puzzle apps for a blog that nobody reads. Actually, my blog just got its 200,000th hit. Roel Griffioen is the author of SudoFeud. He also made [Read More...]
Shift 2 has 120 levels. I’ve spent about 1 hour and am stuck on level 9. It’s hard and fun. And that’s the bottom line.
The Object of Super Numbers is to tap on some tiles that add up to the number on top. Keep doing this until the board is empty.
My first impression: too simple and easy. My second impression: the game gets harder and the time goes faster.
Right now my high score is 30,550 which places me in 4th place.
It’s hard to keep up with all of the sudoku puzzle apps that keep cropping up.
The object of CrossCross Puzzle is to make each square get to zero. Tap on a square and all the squares in that row and column will decrease by 1.
I’ve seen this type of puzzle before.
CrossCross has 168 free levels. Of those, I’ve done 84 of them. Sorry for not completing them all. But there are so many other puzzle apps that I must investigate.
You might think that the solution is to automatically tap the highest numbers. Not necessarily.
CrossCross Puzzle does not make the list of Best Puzzle Apps of 2012, but hey, it’s free and [Read More...]
The object of BeeCells Lite is to move the colored tiles around – one at a time – until they form clusters of 6 or more. They will disappear, you will score points, and the program will randomly generate new colored cells.
I thought that my top score of 405 was pretty darn good. I’ve played this puzzle app for several hours. Then I checked the leaderboard. First, my score only put me in the top 45%. Second, the top score is over 85,000.
I am flabbergasted that someone could achieve that. Furthermore, many other players have scored in the [Read More...]
The object of Arrow Point is to place 16 tiles in the middle of the grid so that the numbered squares on the perimeter have exactly that many number of arrows pointing at them.
Look at the first image. Notice the tiles all have 1 arrow and they are orthogonal. Now look at the second image. The tiles have two arrows and they are orthogonal and diagonal. Tough!
Look at the squares in the perimeter. See the yellow one that says 2/3. The top number indicates that many arrows should point to it. The bottom number indicates that 3 arrows [Read More...]