From Rightdown Software:
This version has OpenGL compatible 3D graphics and sounds which make the gameplay more pleasant than ever. The game has such features as hints, mistake spotting and it automatically saves the game for you whenever you exit and loads it when you start the game again. There are various difficulty levels and thousands of unique solvable boards.
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All versions:1.0 stars
out of 3 votes
Current version:1.0 stars
out of 1 votes
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Version: 3D SuDoku 1.1
DON'T FALL FOR THE OKEY-DOKE!!! It's listed as free, however the first screen in the install is a choice to either pay for the unlimited version or download their proprietery adware program in order to gain free usage. BAIT AND SWITCH!!!
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