Along with other billions, I’m a Sudoku fan as well. Ok, maybe not quite an addict such as some, but still I’m pretty excited solving this kind of puzzles. Heck, I even turned my Mom and Dad into Sudoku addicts. You should just see them spending their evenings in the kitchen, with computer-printed sudoku grids in front of them…
Anyway, I’ve been longing for soo long for a Sudoku Mobile game, the one I could play while commuting by train , subway or bus. And, much to my surprise, I found one. Best of all, it’s absolutely free. Even better, it’s Open Source so one could hack into it and turn it into something even better (but, hey, that guy ain’t me, I’m too busy blogging this right now).
So, without furter ado, here is the quote from the producer’s homepage
M-SudoKu is a J2ME version of the popular SuDoKu puzzle game (please have a look here for rules). From version 0.8.0 on, M-SuDoKu supports an unlimited number of grids!!!
To run it on a mobile phone (or PDA), make sure that it supports CLDC 1.0 and MIDP 1.0 (these were the first J2ME specifications to be released, so any device claiming “Java support” should be able to run this game).
At the time being the only limitation is the requirement for a color display: the game won’t run on monochrome displays.
Extra link: the game’s about page over at GetJar