Kakuro Endless 4+

John Detloff

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 274 Ratings
    • Free



Over seventeen thousand completely free Kakuro puzzles! Access a practically unlimited library of challenging logic puzzles!

Kakuro is a numbers puzzle that plays like a cross between Sudoku and a crossword puzzle. Utilize logic and the process of elimination to place digits in columns and rows such that their sum matches their clues and no digit is placed twice within any column or row.

Kakuro Endless contains over seventeen thousand full free puzzles, displayed within an aesthetically pleasing and easy to use game board. It features zooming for easier play, pencil marks for making notes within cells, and a hide-able cheat sheet that displays digit combinations for tricky sums.

What’s New

Version 1.4

General bug fixes. Corrects a bug with the in puzzle timer and the X button on the in game keyboard.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
274 Ratings

274 Ratings

Asher Leggett ,

Good game

Large amount of puzzles is great, especially with no ads. Only thing i would want changed is the way the game does notes, it would be much more helpful if the notes feature could be toggled on and off. The current notes feature is understandable, but not intuitive.

Slowmar Balsitá ,

fun time burner that taught me some number logic

just wish there were sound effects and bgm or something. Also an undo button would be nice because sometimes i make a mistake and would like to just undo until i get back to before i made the mistake to save myself the hassle.

besides that this game introduced me to kakuro puzzles and it is my fav kind of puzzle to solve now lol. id love to see my times recorded and compare them with my girlfriend and friends to see who can solve them faster or with fewest number of notes or something.

rpop128 ,

Fun game, but a few adjustments could help

I’ve gotten bored of regular sudoko so this is a very fun alternative especially since the rules are very different. I think the app could be improved by highlighting the noted numbers when you select a square with notes on it. Also the hint “row:” and “column:” indicators are very useful, but it would be more satisfying and easier on the eyes if the “row:” numbers started just above the “column:” numbers instead of a few characters to the left as they are now

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