[Game] Conceptis MultiSudoku
Top Sudoku app in Japan!
Play four different MultiSudoku variations in a single app. Start with the easier 2-Grid puzzles and advance all the way to the huge challenging 5-Grid puzzles, also known as Samurai Sudoku. Each variant has a different overlapping grid configuration and provides a unique twist of brain challenging logic.
With its diverse variations and straightforward no-frills game design, Conceptis MultiSudoku brings a new dimension to Sudoku mobile gaming – on both smartphones and tablets.
To help see the puzzle progress, graphic previews in the puzzle list show the progress of all puzzles in a volume as they are being solved. A Gallery view option provides these previews in a larger format.
For more fun, Conceptis MultiSudoku includes a Weekly Bonus section providing an extra free puzzle each week.
72 free MultiSudoku puzzle samples
Variants include 2, 3, 4 and 5 grid puzzles
Extra bonus puzzle published free each week
Multiple difficulty levels from easy to hard
Puzzle library continuously updates with new content
Manually selected, top quality puzzles
Unique solution for each puzzle
Hours of intellectual challenge and fun
Sharpens logic and improves cognitive skills
Concurrently playing and saving multiple puzzles
Puzzle library sorting and hiding options
Portrait and landscape screen support (tablet only)
Graphic previews showing puzzles progress as they are being solved
Pencilmarks feature for solving hard puzzles
Autofill pencilmarks mode
Highlight Excluded Squares option
Lock number on keypad option
Unlimited Undo and Redo
Show conflicts during gameplay
Track puzzle solving times
Backup & restore puzzle progress to Google Drive
Conceptis MultiSudoku have also become popular under other names such as Samurai Sudoku, Combined Sudoku and Gattai Nanpure. All puzzles in this app are produced by Conceptis Ltd. – the leading supplier of logic puzzles to printed and electronic gaming media all over the world. On average, more than 20 million Conceptis puzzles are solved each day in newspapers, magazines, books and online as well as on smartphones and tablets across the world.
Conceptis MultiSudoku user reviews :
Great design and execution of this app. Very satisfying to use. The range of types of interlocked Sudokus gives choices between quick and challenging puzzles to solve. Great job! Revision after 7 months regular use: faultless in execution and captivating in use. Have rated this twice already – no change. If asked again – I will have to downgrade rating because of hassle element.
Love the multiple grids and how they interlink. Would be 5 stars, but you get a limited number of them before you have to pay for more. 24 Easy, 24 Mediem and 24 Hard are free. Beyond that, new packs of 24 range from $0.99 – $5.99. Once I’m done with the free, I’ll likely delete the app.
A high quality game with NO ADS! This is far too rare these days. Thank you! And, unlike some Sudoku games that advertise multi-sudoku and don’t actually have any kind of multi-sudoku, this one actually has many different types of combined puzzles, everything from 2 grids to 5 grids.
This is an absolutely thought provoking app. I truly love this version of sudoku. Conceptis has a wide variety of games & so far I have enjoyed all of the ones I have downloaded. They sharpen your mind while you are having a great time. I highly recommend this app & their other games too!
- Conceptis Ltd.
- Sorry to hear you are having a problem with our app. The puzzle should fill the entire screen and you should also be able to zoom to make the grid larger. So what you describe sounds like a bug which we would like to fix. To help us do this, please send us a screenshot to support[at]conceptispuzzles.com so we can understand what happened and fix it.
- Conceptis Ltd.
- Thank you for your kind feedback. We will soon release an update which will support zooming on tablets. This will enable you to see the small notes better!
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