Tafasa released Griddler a few day back, a game similar to Sudoku, to play you need to fill the boxes with numbers. I always like this type of games specially if you have some time to kill. The game is available in the Berryreview store on sale for $0.99 until Jan 31 regular $2.99 at this link.
Here is a a list of features from the description:
Griddlers (also known as Nonograms) are logic puzzles which will appeal to those who like Sudoku and other number based puzzles. The goal is to fill in the boxes of a grid based on the numbers indicated on the side. These numbers let you know how many consecutive blocks are filled (eg. a 5 2 1 means that there is a block of 5 consecutive blocks filled in followed by a block of 2 and then a block of 1). Between any consecutive group of blocks must exist at least 1 empty cell.
Griddler offers three different board sizes providing fun for all ages. Your goal is to try to get the fastest time for each board. The game provides an infinite number of randomly generated puzzles, which means the fun will never end! If you don’t have enough time to finish the puzzle in one sitting, Griddler will save the puzzle state when you exit the game so you can finish later. A detailed How To Play section will help answer any other game play questions.
What are you waiting for? It’s time to put your logic and concentration to the test!
- Infinite number of randomly generated puzzles
- 3 puzzle sizes (5×5, 8×8, 10×10)
- Saves game state when exiting so you can continue later
- Saves fastest time for each grid size
- Fun for all ages!
Compatible devices: Devices with a Trackball with OS 4.6, 4.7 & 5.0 NON TOUCH
Giveaway details: Tell what similar games you like or features you would like to see in this game in the comments below & you will get a chance to win a free copy. The post will be open for comments until Monday midnight US Eastern time. Good luck.