OpenSudoku is a simple open source sudoku game for Android
Latest version: 1.1.2
Total versions: 4
Submitted: 31 Jul 2010
Updated: 31 Jul 2010
OpenSudoku is a simple open source sudoku game. It's designed to be controlled both by finger and keyboard. It's preloaded with 90 puzzles in 3 difficulty levels, more puzzles can be downloaded from the web and it also allows you to enter your own puzzles.
OpenSudoku 1.1.2 seem to be the latest available version. Below you can find file(s) assigned to this version:
- Manual import of puzzles from SD card - just press Menu and select Import
- OpenSudoku is now installed on SD card by default
Below are the earlier versions of
Android 2.2 - move application to SD card support.
Fixes few bugs reported via new Android 2.2 "Report" button.
Few visual tweaks for Nexus One.
"Fill in notes" menu item can now be enabled in game settings.
Italian translation (thanks to Diego Pierotto)
Few visual tweaks (thicker lines, some changes in Paper themes)
New game helper - shows how many times number has been used (thanks to Todd Southen)
Fixed bug: QVGA - Screen is sometimes shifted down
Fixed bug: Undo should be disabled for a completed puzzle
Fixed bug: List of games does not update
Other small bug fixes
Added support for Android 1.6
Added support for QVGA screens
Solved issue: Disable numbers when used 9-times
Solved issue: Remember input mode between games