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Telegames Announces Ultimate Puzzle Games: Sudoku Edition

May 21, 2007

Telegames Announces Ultimate Puzzle Games: Sudoku Edition

All Sudoku games are NOT alike!

Telegames, Inc. has again teamed with, the world’s leading quiz-meisters, to create the largest and most comprehensive compilation of Sudoku puzzle games ever released for a portable gaming system.

Ultimate Puzzle Games: Sudoku Edition for Nintendo DS will start appearing on the shelves of major retailers during late July at $19.99 MSRP. This award winning series is based on a simple formula of providing loads of content within a single product at a reasonable price. Previous releases in the popular portable series have included Ultimate Card Games, Ultimate Brain Games, Ultimate Winter Games and Ultimate Arcade Games.

Some of the features include:

  • Unlimited number of puzzles - virtually infinite number of puzzles, thanks to an internal algorithm that randomly generates puzzles.
  • Four grid layouts: 9 by 9, 8 by 8, 6 by 6, and 4 by 4. Uses touch screen and stylus.
  • Multiple difficulty selections, including sections for younger players.
  • Use erasable pencil marks to help solve the puzzle...without tearing the newspaper!
  • Select your choice of background from 10 cool images.
  • Compare your best times to solve the puzzles with target solution times.
  • On-screen "How to play" instructions and button actions.
  • Save the puzzle status and other options for later.
  • PC-style menus allow easy and intuitive configuration and navigation.
  • Sudoku Solver - manually input any puzzle from any other source and solve the puzzle using your DS and UPG-SE.
  • Wirelessly play all head-to-head modes with either one or two game cards.
  • Game Share feature - wirelessly download the entire game to another DS for their independent play or for multi-player action. It’s even easier than sharing music files…and it’s FREE!

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