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Sudoku Book for iPad features puzzles by ConceptisWednesday, March 2, 2011
Sudoku Book for iPad, a Japanese originated game that lets you play Sudoku puzzles by writing numbers directly on your iPad screen, now features Sudoku puzzles by Conceptis.
Released on February 18, the 2nd version of Sudoku Book for iPad offers puzzle packages from 4 different creators including Conceptis. There are 3 Conceptis Sudoku packages in the game in easy, medium and hard difficulty levels. Each package contains 50 puzzles each and are priced at $2.99 (350JPY for the Japanese version).
Other puzzle creators who contributed content to Sudoku Book for iPad include Akihiko Takise, Naotaka Inaba and Ton.
Free content packages
Sudoku Book for iPad (Japanese: ナンプレブック for iPad) was developed by Japanese game studio Winas Inc. and is available in both English and Japanese. The game offers a few free content packages ("Books") while allowing users to easily add more packages for various prices. By using smart handwriting recognition algorithm Sudoku Book for iPad takes advantage of the iPad touch-screen technology and provides a more intuitive and thrilling way of playing Sudoku.
Sudoku Book for iPad ranks as no.1 free iPad game application in Japan's App Store. Here is a short video showing Sudoku Book in action.
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