Ever played a game on your Kindle? How about Sudoku? This one costs just a penny and, while technically not free to me a penny is free to me seeing as how you can’t buy anything from a store with a penny these days – besides, how many of you have a jar of pennies just filling up at home?
Sudoku Volume 1: Interactive Sudoku Puzzles for Kindle 2 and Kindle DX is #73 in the Amazon Kindle store and you can pick up your copy by clicking here. You can do more than just read books on your Kindle – I’m going to give this a try today and start playing after Thanksgiving lunch.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon Kindle website:
Each Sudoku volume contains 20 different Sudoku puzzles: five puzzles for each difficulty level.
The objective of a Sudoku game is to fill a 9×9 grid so that the numbers 1 through 9 occur exactly once in each row, column, and 3×3 box.
With Mobi Sudoku you can:
- Check your progress at any time. The number of wrong entries will be reported.
- Remove errors. Use it if you feel you made too many mistakes and want to keep your correct entries but remove incorrect ones.
- See the solution
- Reset the puzzle if you want to start over.
- Add a clue if you feel that you are stuck. A single number will be added to a randomly chosen empty cell.
Note: Whispernet wireless needs to be turned on when a new game is loaded. Once a game is loaded, wireless can be turned off to conserve battery power.