Soon you're knee deep in 数独.
Blugri, the developer of the app Sudoku, has come out with a new press release, announcing some slightly interesting things:
First off, Sudoku has been updated with the new “Kanji mode”, which allows players to play sudoku with kanji instead of the usual Arabic numbers. For those unaware, kanji is that intimidatingly complex looking Japanese writing script, originating from Chinese characters. One of the major hurdles in learning Japanese is getting to know all the common kanji—a task that might get a tiny bit easier with this new Sudoku update! You’ll learn numbers 1-9 in no time!
In another news, Blugri’s Boxes is among the finalists to win the App of the Year 2012 award, by MobileRevolution.be. Boxes is basically one of those Tetris-variation games, which isn’t really inherently a bad thing. Some features, like accelerometer control, sound quite nice. There’s just something about human psyche that really enjoys organizing falling blocks.
Check out the full press release and Sudoku introduction video after the jump.
Read the rest of this entry »