Learning Sudoku

Learning Sudoku


Learning Sudoku is an extension of the great Open Sudoku by Roman Masek but it has a twist. The game includes a comprehensive tutorial to teach you from the easiest techniques to solve the beginner sudokus to the most advanced techniques to solve the Nightmare levels.

All the puzzles are categorized in folders ordered precisely by the different techniques you will learn in the tutorial so you will be able to progress smoothly and not only have fun but also improve your game.

For this Learning Sudoku is a must download if you just started playing this game and also if you are a regular player who want to improve your skills.

And if you just want to enjoy Learning Sudoku like any other Sudoku game in Play Store, that's fine, you will find the same cool features you would expect from a Sudoku game, like:

• Multiple Input Methods.
• 1500+ different real fully symmetric Sudoku puzzles.
• Pencil Marks, manual and automated.
• Automatic Save - Easy Restore.
• Multiple Screen Themes.
• Ability to download more and more puzzles from our site.

The game is completely free, and it will eventually be supported by unobtrusive adds.

Recent changes:
1.005:
Small bug fix.
Further translation to French, thanks Christiane!!!

1.004:
Included an explicit Exit button in the main menu.
Tutorial in French and German. Thanks a lot to Christiane and Horst.

1.003:
Included new "Looking for Hidden Singles" section in the tutorial.

1.002:
Tutorial translated to German
Tutorial translated to Spanish
Minor enhancements
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File size
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About Learning Sudoku
Learning Sudoku is an extension of the great Open Sudoku by Roman Masek but it has a twist. The game includes a comprehensive tutorial to teach you from the easiest techniques to solve the beginner sudokus to the most advanced techniques to solve the Nightmare levels.

All the puzzles are categorized in folders ordered precisely by the different techniques you will learn in the tutorial so you will be able to progress smoothly and not only have fun but also improve your game.

For this Learning Sudoku is a must download if you just started playing this game and also if you are a regular player who want to improve your skills.

And if you just want to enjoy Learning Sudoku like any other Sudoku game in Play Store, that's fine, you will find the same cool features you would expect from a Sudoku game, like:

• Multiple Input Methods.
• 1500+ different real fully symmetric Sudoku puzzles.
• Pencil Marks, manual and automated.
• Automatic Save - Easy Restore.
• Multiple Screen Themes.
• Ability to download more and more puzzles from our site.

The game is completely free, and it will eventually be supported by unobtrusive adds.

Recent changes:
1.005:
Small bug fix.
Further translation to French, thanks Christiane!!!

1.004:
Included an explicit Exit button in the main menu.
Tutorial in French and German. Thanks a lot to Christiane and Horst.

1.003:
Included new "Looking for Hidden Singles" section in the tutorial.

1.002:
Tutorial translated to German
Tutorial translated to Spanish
Minor enhancements

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A Google User
Jun 28, 2014
Tutorial... Very extensive in guidance. Features except undo are supportive to continue the game with interest and confidence. Good game.
A Google User
Jun 15, 2014
Finally! I finally have the keys to figuring out hoe up solve these puzzles! This tutorial guide gave me the tools to breaking down a puzzle & SOLVE IT BY MYSELF!
A Google User
May 13, 2014
Learning sudoku I am addicted to this game!
A Google User
May 11, 2014
well done App has well organised levels from learners point of view. However interface can be improved
A Google User
Apr 21, 2014
Tim Hewison's comments Agree entirely. Also a hint feature would be a godsend or perhaps lots of little practice examples? I just can't get my head around hidden pairs and triplets, so I've totally ground to a halt and can go no further.