June 15, 2012 in Gaming
[prMac.com] Monarch, Alberta, Canada - Ever since the first jigsaw puzzle saw the light of day in the early 1760s, ground breakingly new puzzle games have periodically emerged to take the world by storm. While the 1970s saw the invention of the first sudoku game, it took until the 1980s before it really took off as a worldwide phenomenon. The 1980s also saw the rise of the Rubik's Cube which turned the world upside down and succeeded in challenging and entertaining both young and old alike. In the 1990s Killer Sudoku arrived on the scene to the delight of all those sudoku fans seeking an even greater challenge.
The huge popularity of puzzle games involving mystery and challenge can be attested to by the over 400 million people who have at least heard of sudoku, and the over 100 million people actively playing the game today. It is no wonder then that this challenging game has succeeded in becoming one of the most profound puzzle crazes world-wide. Even Apple's iTunes store notes that within the first two weeks of operation more than 30 independent sudoku games were up for sale on the App Store. The trend continues then as sudoku fans hunger for even greater challenge and bigger achievements.
The original sudoku puzzle has been exciting people on a 9x9, 81 square playing field for over forty years. Now imagine the thrill of a 9x9x9 grid of 729 cubes, the equivalent of 27 intersecting sudoku puzzles, which must be solved simultaneously. Enter Real Sudoku3D, a computer-based extension of the classic puzzle that does just that.
The gaming experience was crafted with great care, offering the player an immersive space to interact with the beautifully rendered semi-transparent grid. The smooth flowing movement of the game adds to the player's feeling of engagement, while the crisp, tight interface gives unprecedented control over both the game content and the player's viewpoint.
Real Sudoku3D blends both Art and Science in a mystery made for everyone. Whether a sudoku novice or a pro, fun and challenge are integral to the experience of playing Real Sudoku3D at one of three possible levels of difficulty. The difficulty of the game can also be scaled through the optional use of in-game error detection, and auto-notes. Beginners are put at ease by way of an in-game tutorial introducing them to 3D Sudoku, while advanced players are spurred to tackle the biggest mystery yet to be unveiled in the world of sudoku.
* OS X 10.6.6 or later
* 8.6 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Real Sudoku3D Lite 18.104.22.168 is Free and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Games category.
Located in Monarch, AB, Canada, Real Sudoku3D was founded in 2011 by Matt Sherwood and Annanie Pang. With continuous forward-thinking and progressive technology, this indie development company is looking to enhance the mobile gaming experience by introducing true 3D sudoku into the market. All Material and Software (C) 2011-2012 Real Sudoku3D / 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.