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.
General bug fixes. Corrects a bug with the in puzzle timer and the X button on the in game keyboard.
Ratings and Reviews
Seems too good to be true
I was looking for more puzzles to do and came across kakuro but so many apps cost too much or have endless commercials this one is just fantastic and perfectly challenging for me
More isn’t always better
The UI is nice and the app is smooth with its controls. But while there are 10,000+ puzzles I am more and more convinced there are only 20 different puzzles. After doing about 200 puzzles it seems like I have just memorized how to do 12 puzzles and every once in a while the app actually makes you think. It also stinks that the app doesn’t remember where you left off and you have to scroll down hundreds of puzzles every time you open the app. It’s ok but not that challenging.
Developer Response ,
Hey kbickell, thanks for the feedback! The newest update of the app includes new 12x12 and 15x15 puzzles, which I hope will give the puzzles the variety you're looking for. Additionally, I double checked and you were correct, a bug caused some duplicate puzzles to be bundled with the app. The newest update filters all of these out and replaces them with unique puzzles. Lastly, the app now saves your place in the puzzle list, so after reopening the app you shouldn't have to scroll down to get back to your place. If you're still interested I'd love if you gave the app another shot!
Gets the job done I guess
This is indeed an impressive amount of puzzles. However, weird design choices make it difficult to play.
- You can zoom in, but the numbers get blurrier.
- The colors look pretty, but it’s very hard to read tiny light blue letters against a dark blue background when a square is selected.
- You can enter multiple numbers in each square to keep track of options, but you have to know at least two possible numbers for a square for this to work. A single number stays big so you can’t differentiate between a draft number and a final answer.
I’m getting eyestrain and a headache from peering at this app so I will have to move on. Too bad...I was excited about the number of puzzles, no ads, and variety of puzzle sizes.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.