Mount Holly Springs, Pennsylvania – Worldwide fans of Lars Menzel’s Sudoku-inspired iOS app, Sudoku: Roundoku and everyone else who has yet to enjoy this unique, challenging and addictive modern twist on a classic favorite, can now head to the App Store, and dive into the latest version that features several major additions and enhancements.
Before highlighting the differences between the Black, Silver and Gold editions, it’s simpler to focus on the basic gameplay and feature set, which is similar to all of them. In conventional Sudoku, players are presented with a 9×9 grid comprised of nine 3×3 sub-grids, and their task is to solve the puzzle so that every number appears once in each horizontal line, vertical line, and square.
However, what Sudoku: Roundoku does quite differently, and far more interestingly according to its legions of fans around the world, is present players with a round (circular) board vs. a square board. This adds a whole new dimension to the gameplay. Instead of getting stuck in corners and against walls, players approach the game in a more creative and flexible frame of mind, which makes the experience more fun and engaging.
Furthermore, Sudoku: Roundoku’s sensational UI input method is a master class in app design. The layout features beautiful drag-and-select animation sequences, and both left-handers and right-handers can comfortably rotate their device to get a fresh view of each level. There’s also a way for players to quickly see all of the connected fields, or hide the number pad for enhanced board visibility. Players can even scan Roundoku Game Codes (RGC) that they come across in books and magazines, and instantly start playing the designated level.
Other Sudoku: Roundoku special features include:
* An enhanced tutorial that helps new players learn how to play within minutes (new feature)
* iCloud synchronization so players don’t lose their progress, levels and level packs when switching devices (new feature)
* A re-invented user interface that delivers a luxurious, upscale and dynamic feel that is totally absent with ordinary Sudoku apps (new feature)
* The ability to share levels with friends via Facebook, Twitter, IM or email
* An auto-save function
* New daily levels
* Home screen shortcuts
* Game Center Leaderboards and Achievements
* Auto clear notes and auto error checking
As for what makes the three editions (Black, Silver and Gold) different, it’s less about game play, and more about access to levels and extras:
* Sudoku: Roundoku Black, which is available at no-cost, offers 50 levels, a black color theme, and players try to climb on top of the Black Leaderboard
* Sudoku: Roundoku Silver offers 250 levels, a silver color theme, and players try to climb on top of the Silver Leaderboard
* Sudoku: Roundoku Gold offers 250 levels, black, silver and gold themes, players try to climb the Black, Silver and Gold Leaderboards; Players who have this edition also receive extras and enhancements on an ongoing basis
“Sudoku: Roundoku is a totally new way to play Sudoku, and liberates players from getting stuck in corners and against walls,” commented Lars Menzel. “The instant the launch the app on their iPhone or iPad, their mind starts playing around and it’s like they’re transported to another time and place without distractions. It’s fun, challenging, unique, and we’re thrilled to improve the experience in our new major update!”
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.3 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Sudoku: Roundoku is available in three editions: Black, Silver and Gold. Black is available at no-cost, while Silver and Gold are available for $1.99 and $4.99 (USD) respectively. All are available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.
Located in Dresden, Germany and Mount Holly Springs, PA, Lars Menzel is a talented indie developer with over 20 years experience in software development and photography. With a philosophy to “Make it simple to use but hard to master!,” he encourages mobile game players to download his apps and & play seriously. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 Lars Menzel. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
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