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ksudoku

   0.4  

KDE Board Game

Score 79%
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  48973
Submitted:  Sep 7 2005
Updated:  Mar 17 2007

Description:

ksudoku is a fully-featured Sudoku puzzle generator and solver for KDE.
With it you can generate and play 3D and 2D puzzles of different sizes and levels.
Now it supports also custom shaped puzzles, like Samurai sudokus, XSudokus and Jigsaw.
GUI for playing, saving, printing, solving and dubbing puzzles.
The main algorithm is fast and extendable to any general graph coloring problem.
Needs open gl.




Changelog:

- Added support for custom shaped sudokus
- Samurai sudoku
- Jigsaw sudoku, XSudoku, 4x4
- Undo/redo
- Added new export system (you can print multiple puzzles in the same page)
- File format is now XML
- Added new welcomescreen and settings dialog
- Internal structure changed




LicenseGPL
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 ksudoku

 
 by anonymous on: Apr 5 2007
 
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my wife absolutely loves this game version, and has now made me ;) install Suse 10.2 or her "virgin" Dell that she normally does not allow me the "tweaker" to touch LOL

since all she ever does is pay the bills with Mozilla, she now keeps the dual boot machine mostly in Suse ;)

so this version of Sudoku has made her a Linux convert!

I tried getting her every Windows version I could find but none played as easy as this one does , specially the moving bars, but in genral the whole game.

I just downloaded 0.4 and compiled it and put it on the desktop so she has 0.3 and 0.4 available :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH


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 ksudoku

 
 by anonymous on: Apr 5 2007
 
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oeBiFQQTMbwk
Home

my wife absolutely loves this game version, and has now made me ;) install Suse 10.2 or her "virgin" Dell that she normally does not allow me the "tweaker" to touch LOL

since all she ever does is pay the bills with Mozilla, she now keeps the dual boot machine mostly in Suse ;)

so this version of Sudoku has made her a Linux convert!

I tried getting her every Windows version I could find but none played as easy as this one does , specially the moving bars, but in genral the whole game.

I just downloaded 0.4 and compiled it and put it on the desktop so she has 0.3 and 0.4 available :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH


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 ksudoku

 
 by anonymous on: Apr 5 2007
 
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oeBiFQQTMbwk
Home

my wife absolutely loves this game version, and has now made me ;) install Suse 10.2 or her "virgin" Dell that she normally does not allow me the "tweaker" to touch LOL

since all she ever does is pay the bills with Mozilla, she now keeps the dual boot machine mostly in Suse ;)

so this version of Sudoku has made her a Linux convert!

I tried getting her every Windows version I could find but none played as easy as this one does , specially the moving bars, but in genral the whole game.

I just downloaded 0.4 and compiled it and put it on the desktop so she has 0.3 and 0.4 available :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH


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 ksudoku

 
 by anonymous on: Apr 5 2007
 
Score 50%

oeBiFQQTMbwk
Home

my wife absolutely loves this game version, and has now made me ;) install Suse 10.2 or her "virgin" Dell that she normally does not allow me the "tweaker" to touch LOL

since all she ever does is pay the bills with Mozilla, she now keeps the dual boot machine mostly in Suse ;)

so this version of Sudoku has made her a Linux convert!

I tried getting her every Windows version I could find but none played as easy as this one does , specially the moving bars, but in genral the whole game.

I just downloaded 0.4 and compiled it and put it on the desktop so she has 0.3 and 0.4 available :)

THANK YOU SO MUCH


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 Variations

 
 by sam770 on: Jun 15 2007
 
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Hi Redsh,

The jigsaw variation is brilliant!!! Thanks for a great little game, generally! I especially enjoy solving 5x5 puzzles over the course of a week. ;-)


May I suggest a few additional variations (or modes) that can be actually applied to all boards, perhaps in a form of a few additional checkboxes in the "generate new puzzle" dialog...

I didn't look at the source code, but I imagine that they should be rather easy to implement (if the internal board representation is anything like what I envision.)

Here they are:
1. Amnesia mode:
Every few seconds (or minutes or mouse clicks, perhaps this can be user-configured) one of the already user-solved numbers quietly disappears.
This mode challenges a player's logic and memory.

2. Pins and needles mode
Every few seconds (or minutes,etc...) the playing board simply flips top-to-bottom, or left-to-right, or rotates 90 degrees. (Just make sure the numbers stay upright ;-)
This mode challenges a player's focus and memory.

3. Hot-swap mode
Every few seconds (etc...) a random digit is silently swapped with a different random digit (for example "5" is swapped with "9") across the entire board (so, the column/row/box integrity is preserved.)
This mode also challenges the player's focus.

All three modes are intended to add difficulty to the game forcing the player to have better concentration.

Regards,
Sam.


n'eNow!

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 Re: Variations

 
 by black8eagles on: Jun 22 2007
 
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interesting ideas

they will probably not go into version 0.5 as the deadline for new features is close and i have still plenty of them to implement.

but maybe this will go into the 0.6 version.


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 feature request

 
 by darkphader on: Jun 26 2007
 
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Very nice game.

There's a nice sudoku game implemented in java on the New York Times web site. It has some features that would enhance ksudoku. It's Pencil feature is very nice. Also the ability to show possible numbers (the 1...9 feature). It's HINT feature is excellent also, as it doesn't provide the answer (unless you check REVEAL), just the next square that it believes is solvable.
Would be nice to have a pause feature as well, or some way to trun the timer on and off.

Thank you.


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