MacSudoku
MacSudoku
3.0.3

3.0

MacSudoku free download for Mac

MacSudoku3.0.3

21 November 2008

Generate Sudoku puzzles, solve them.

Overview

MacSudoku generates and allows you to solve Sudoku (otherwise known as Su Doku) puzzles, which are deceptively simple and addictive logical puzzles that originated in Japan but have recently become popular around the world.

MacSudoku features 4 levels and 5 different sizes of high-quality, symmetrical puzzles, a puzzle timer, statistics, and an easy-to-use, intuitive interface.

What's new in MacSudoku

Version 3.0.3: Removed product activation limitation, and implemented copy and paste between cells.

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14 Reviews of MacSudoku

Dale Mox
06 June 2005
Version: 1.0

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Buggy, but not surprising for a first release. It's a shame that's it's shareware, because I'm just about to study c/c++ and I could have learnt a lot from reading the source ( a practice I find most educational ). Keep up the good work, and my addiction to this game might just cause me to buy shareware for the first time ever. Dale
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Sans-Dieu-Rien
08 June 2009
Version: 3.0.3
I am a bit reluctant to purchase MacKakuro as the publisher offers a $7 upgrade for each whole version (e.g. if you purchase 2.x it will be an extra $7 for 3.x). I guess independent game companies need more money. If you really believe in this product then it won't be an issue.
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Marshapw
04 July 2006
Version: 3.0
Just when I thought Sudoku couldn't make me any crazier, along comes the 16 square, numbers AND letters!! I love it! And now I just have to find a way to accomplish my other work while trying to accomplish this more intense Sudoku puzzle!!! Thanks!!! I needed that!
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Anonymous
27 September 2005
Version: 2.2
drosboro (Rosborough Technology Co.): The original build of version 2.2 contained code that logged thousands of lines to the console.log. I have replaced the files with a new build that doesn't do this. If you'd like to keep your console logs uncluttered, you can re-download the new build (still called version 2.2). I apologize for the inconvenience! Happy solving, Dave Rosborough
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Beatrice Ward
04 August 2005
Version: 2.0
I downloaded and registered 2.0 this morning. It works fine when I am doing one of the puzzles the program provides. BUT, when I try to enter a puzzle myself (e.g. the one in the Los Angeles Times this morning), the only page that will come up is the one with DONE in the lower right hand corner. This page will not save any numbers that I enter, it will not show errors or soltions. In other words, I cannot use version 2.0 for puzzles I enter. What am I doing wrong?
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Anonymous
04 August 2005
Version: 2.0
This app is alright. It generates random puzzles and offers square border pencil-marking, which makes it as close to a PnP Sudoku game as any other app on the market. My biggest beef with this program, however, is the fact that the space between the numbers in the grid is such that when I finish using this program and go back to normal work, all the text in my other programs looks scrunched together by comparison. This was enough of an annoyance for me to switch to Sudoku Susser.
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Anonymous
29 July 2005
Version: 1.3.2
I should point out (re the last post) that Sudoku Susser, while it IS a great program, doesn't generate it's own puzzles. That's the point of MacSudoku: it makes it's own puzzles, and it's got a simple, clean interface that's easy to use.
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Anonymous
27 July 2005
Version: 1.3.2
http://www.madoverlord.com/projects/sudoku.t you sohudl try that one, it is a free sudoku program, seems alot better and has alot harder puzzles..
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3.75
Anonymous
06 July 2005
Version: 1.3
Do not take account of multiple solutions. In any case fun to play
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3.25
Anonymous
21 June 2005
Version: 1.2
The application states that the trial period ended after the second start, one day after the first start. Also, the generated puzzles are too easy-there should be a setting for generating puzzles of different difficulty. Otherwise, quite nice.
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4.5
Anonymous
16 June 2005
Version: 1.1.2
Double clicking a saved game file will open MacSudoku, but not load the file. Loading the file through the file mennu works. Running Mac 10.3.9 Would be great to have a hint show up for a given cell (all of the numbers not forbidden by what is already in that 9x9 grid and intersection of column/row). To echo others, it would be great to pick a difficulty level. Otherwise, super implementation.
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4.75
Anonymous
13 June 2005
Version: 1.1.1
Love it! Very stable, no apparent bugs on my system. Smooth interface. The puzzles are a bit easy but I expect they'll increase in difficulty in the next version. Overall, solid piece of software. Well done.
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4.5
David-Wilson
13 June 2005
Version: 1.1.1
Love it. Well implemented. I particularly love the way that potential numbers can be placed in the squares as "smaller" numbers.
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Guillaume Rischard
11 June 2005
Version: 1.1
Entire window turns to grey square after I click anywhere inside it. Tried deleting preferences file, but couldn't find it because it is not in /Library/Preferences. Dodgy piece of software - avoid.
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Dale Mox
06 June 2005
Version: 1.0
Buggy, but not surprising for a first release. It's a shame that's it's shareware, because I'm just about to study c/c++ and I could have learnt a lot from reading the source ( a practice I find most educational ). Keep up the good work, and my addiction to this game might just cause me to buy shareware for the first time ever. Dale
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