Microsoft Sudoku Game Released on the Windows 8 Store
If you are a Sudoku player and a Windows 8 user, then you will most likely be glad to hear that the official Microsoft Sudoku game has been released on the Windows Store. Read below for more details.
The new Microsoft Sudoku is a must-have puzzle game for Windows 8, 8.1 and RT owners. It brings five difficulty levels, fresh daily challenges, achievements and leaderboards – the perfect recipe to keep your brain in good shape. Playing Sudoku in your bed with your Windows 8 tablet has never been more stylish than this time! And if you’re new to the game, don’t worry, because there’s a full explanation on how to play, and tips and tricks to help you get better.
Play Sudoku on your Windows 8 tablet with this game
The biggest advantage this Sudoku game has over other similar titles is that you can input numbers using a mouse, keyboard, touchscreen, or even with a stylus. So, it will work with your tablet, but also with your laptop or desktop computer. The game also comes with daily challenges and cloud saves so that you could resume gaming wherever you are. So, waste no more time and follow the link at the end of the article to download and install it.
Keep your mind ultra-sharp with fresh new daily challenges: Irregular Sudoku uses a grid broken up into different shapes, while Symbol Sudoku replaces numbers with intriguing colors and icons. Complete enough Daily Challenges in a month to earn badges and compete with your friends.
Play across all your Windows 8 devices without ever losing progress. Log in with your Microsoft account and all your data will be saved in the cloud. You can resume any game exactly where you left it on any Windows 8 device that is connected to the Internet.
Need a little help? Use hints to solve selected cells, or some of the optional guide functions that block duplicates, show mistakes, or enter notes for you. Sign in with a Microsoft account to earn Xbox Achievements and compete with your friends on the Sudoku Leaderboards.
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