MathDoku Extended

MathDoku Extended


MathDoku Extended integrates MathDoku with calculator!

MathDoku Extended is based on the famous work from Ben Buxton and his team. MathDoku is an open source implementation of hit KenKen ® game, as printed in the New York Times and The Times (UK). The game is similar to Sudoku but uses a little math.

MathDoku Extended has several improvements over original Mathdoku:

- integrated call to DigitCalc - a simple calculator that computes all combinations of one-digit numbers which gives a desired result for selected mathematical operation. It is a standalone application which can be used with games such as KenKen ®, MathDoku, Killer Sudoku, Kakuro and similar.

If DigitCalc is called from MathDoku Extended it automatically gives possible combination for selected cage considering already resolved cells and if cage is in line (so without duplicates).

- enable long touch to fill cell. No need to constantly switch between normal and 'maybe' mode. Just tap shortly to put 'maybe' or long touch to put the solution into a cell.

- bigger board
- bigger 'maybe' numbers
- 3x3 digit panel
- new theme with more visible colors

Features removed from original MathDoku:
- swipe
- scrolling text on top
- penalty on check progress
- sharing by e-mail

If you are missing some of the removed features and/or don't need the added features please stick to Ben's MathDoku. If you like our work and have some suggestions or complaints, feel free to contact us at:

[email protected]

Tags: KenKen ®, MathDoku, KenDoku, CalcuDoku, calculator

Recent changes:
ver 1.10
- calculator renamed (due to trademark infringement)
- highlight cells with single 'maybe'
- highlight wrong 'maybes'

ver 1.00
- calculator, long touch, bigger board, bigger numbers, 3x3 digit panel, colors, ...
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About MathDoku Extended
MathDoku Extended integrates MathDoku with calculator!

MathDoku Extended is based on the famous work from Ben Buxton and his team. MathDoku is an open source implementation of hit KenKen ® game, as printed in the New York Times and The Times (UK). The game is similar to Sudoku but uses a little math.

MathDoku Extended has several improvements over original Mathdoku:

- integrated call to DigitCalc - a simple calculator that computes all combinations of one-digit numbers which gives a desired result for selected mathematical operation. It is a standalone application which can be used with games such as KenKen ®, MathDoku, Killer Sudoku, Kakuro and similar.

If DigitCalc is called from MathDoku Extended it automatically gives possible combination for selected cage considering already resolved cells and if cage is in line (so without duplicates).

- enable long touch to fill cell. No need to constantly switch between normal and 'maybe' mode. Just tap shortly to put 'maybe' or long touch to put the solution into a cell.

- bigger board
- bigger 'maybe' numbers
- 3x3 digit panel
- new theme with more visible colors

Features removed from original MathDoku:
- swipe
- scrolling text on top
- penalty on check progress
- sharing by e-mail

If you are missing some of the removed features and/or don't need the added features please stick to Ben's MathDoku. If you like our work and have some suggestions or complaints, feel free to contact us at:

[email protected]

Tags: KenKen ®, MathDoku, KenDoku, CalcuDoku, calculator

Recent changes:
ver 1.10
- calculator renamed (due to trademark infringement)
- highlight cells with single 'maybe'
- highlight wrong 'maybes'

ver 1.00
- calculator, long touch, bigger board, bigger numbers, 3x3 digit panel, colors, ...
User reviews of MathDoku Extended
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 11, 2014
Almost perfect. (For me ... YMMV) I only play hardest 9x9. 1. Give option to auto fill entire board at start of game with maybes. (All 9 or digitcalc ... All 9 would be preferred by me) 2. Place maybes in 3x3 grid. 3. Double tap or long press green square for auto fill when only one maybe left. Also: 10x10? 11x11? … NxN? (I would like to try a 25x25 or something insane like that ... Would tax the hell out of my ability to factor numbers in my head, fun!) All in all, my favorite amongst the versions in play store ...
A Google User
Dec 16, 2013
Good brain exercise Great way to exercise your brain, but it needs two changes. 1. There should be a"Contact us" button in the help menu. 2. It keeps statistics in the form of a bar graph with games on the x-axis and time used to solve on the y-axis. It keeps a different bar graph for each grid size, but each grid size has different degrees of difficulty, and the degrees of difficulty are all combined in the same bar graph for each grid size. This doesn't make sense.
A Google User
Dec 9, 2013
The best Tried all the others. This one let's you pick the size of the board AND a difficulty level for each. 9x9 and 4/5 difficulty is very very hard.
A Google User
Nov 30, 2013
The very best At last - an even better adaptation of Ben's original game that was then ruined for so many fervent players. Great improvements and very friendly developer who welcomes comments
A Google User
Nov 27, 2013
Great choice Free, unlimited games, multiple sizes and difficulties, and NO extraneous permissions!