Play three different games in one package: Sudoku, Hitori, and Hashi. Each game includes all the features you expect to quickly solve a puzzle. Hitori Each cell contains a number. The goal is to paint out some cells so that there are no duplicate numbers in any row or column. Sudoku The objective is to fill a partially filled 9x9 grid so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3x3 boxes contains the digits from 1 to 9. Hashi Also known as Hashiwokakero, Bridges, or Chopsticks. The goal is to connect all of the islands into a single connected group by drawing a series of bridges between the islands. All Mobile Logic includes over 10,000 puzzles, each one carefully selected and sorted into 4 different skill levels. All puzzles have one unique solution only and are human solvable, no brute force required.You can even enter your own puzzles with the built-in editor. Stuck on a puzzle? No problem, just enter the puzzle and All Mobile Logic will show the different solving techniques required to solve it using the built-in puzzle solver. Features Play three diffferent logic games: Sudoku, Hitori, and Hashi. Intuitive grid traversal and input procedures: use the stylus or single hand control (no stylus). Bundled with 10,000 puzzles to get you started, all logic solvable, no brute force required. Enter your own puzzles with the built-in puzzle editor. Each game has a built-in solver that will show you the steps needed to solve the puzzle. Import Sudoku, Hashi, and Hitori puzzles and solve them on All Mobile Logic. All Mobile Logic will even solve the puzzle and show you how to solve it too. Pen and pencil mode to indicate degree of confidence in solution. Checking and revealing options. Unlimited undo. Shows detailed information for each puzzle, listing the solving techniques required to complete the puzzle. Extensive online help explaining the various solving techniques available. Exporting feature: Beam or e-mail the puzzle to your friend. Customizable background. And much more!
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