Jan's Emoji Sudoku 4+

Infinite classic differently

Jan's Games by Jan Mazurczak

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 56 Ratings
    • Free


- Play offline. I see no reason you couldn’t play in airplane mode.
- Endless. No way you solve all levels in your lifetime.
- No ads. Nobody likes ads.
- No in-app purchases. Big one, isn't it?
- No account creation. Why would you need to create an account to play a game? Who does that?
- No tracking. The game imports 0 third party libraries so 0 is tracking you. I don’t need to know how, when and where you play.
- Synchronized progress. Pickup the game you started on any device logged into your iCloud.
- Available on iPad, iPhone, Apple TV and Mac.

Anything else? That's all! It's classic Sudoku but with Emojis instead of numbers.

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Take it easy. Now some puzzles are tuned a bit better. Share sudoku you're playing! People can open it via App Clips without installing the game. There is also #SudokuOfTheDay widget you can add to your home screen to enjoy a fresh puzzle every day.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
56 Ratings

56 Ratings

sarasarasarAAA ,

Sudoku but with emojis

I don’t normally play sudoku so I’m not familiar of the rules or such. However, I liked the concept that it is with emojis instead of numbers. It feels more tricky this way yet it’s more fun visually.

App is simple to use and has a minimalistic layout. The settings options have emojis too so you can change the music, notifications or select a level according to the icons. Neat little app though I wish it had a tutorial.

Ti' Ti Hung ,

Great twist on Sudoku

I like this variation of Sudoku. Good implementation. It would be nice to get a cheer or highlight for any completed row/column and box.

Jackie k l ,

Almost good

Nice idea for a game but once you’ve placed all of a specific image the image should disappear from the nine available choices.

App Privacy

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