Play huge grids on small devices.
In this version you can
Choose to play 4,9,16 or 25 grid sizes.
Choose the number of cells to fill in.
Choose the zoom level.
The 4 grid size has over 280 patterns.
The 9,16 and 25 grid sizes have 20,000 patterns
Designed to be played offline.
No in-app purchases.
Built to be easy to play but hard to put down.
Simple clean interface.
100% VoiceOver compatible.
All feedback very welcome to email@example.com
@John Sturt / Woodside Apps 2021
Added option to help blind / visually impaired users
visualize the game board.
When the helper is turned on 3 icons appear
at the bottom of the game screen
They have the following contents:
To focus the target of the icons select a number in the grid
or play the game as normal.
This feature was requested by a player,
so many thanks for all suggestions
bugs and fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Very good with voiceover.
This game is very good with voiceover. I do, have a few suggestions, however. well, it’s actually one suggestion, but to use across-the-board… Literally. Why not, after finding a missing cell, have the keyboard pop up with the numbers as on a telephone style keypad. Then, A user could just touch on the number they want, and if the right parameters are active in voiceover, they could lift their finger, and the number would be entered into that so. here is the second part of my suggestion. Instead of having number to number coordinates, what about having letter to number coordinates as in an Excel spreadsheet… A one through a 9, or by nine, in that case. however, the current way could be expressed as well, under “Cartesian style, “this means, of course, that the Cartesian grid would be used with number to number coordinates for students who are learning to find a slope in mathematics. The “business, “style would be applied for people who want to have an Excel styles spreadsheet, listing with their screen reading software. Of course, that is a one through my 9. now, for the last part of my suggestion. I know that sudoku is not a mathematical puzzle, at least not in the following way. however, let’s take the shortest puzzle we have. The first and fourth columns could be how they are now with numbers one through four. The second and third columns could be used for an addition or subtraction thing to start with. So, for example, have two in the first column, plus in the next three in the next column, and a blank in the final one. The answers have to be given in that column. Of course, people who read in real would read this from left to right, using either Németh or UEB real codes. keep up your good work on these and your other games. it could be randomized, however. The choice would not be given for the student as a student needs to work on the mathematical addition, instruction skills. Of course, it would be easy to start with. Later on, letters (exponents) will be added for algebraic expression. What do you think? Seeing this game is more than it is, as I am going to be probably a future special educator. Could probably be used with switch access.
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- John Sturt
- 43.9 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © @2022 John Sturt
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.