RULES AND FEATURES
Should children be introduced to fairly complex logic games, such as Sudoku? The question is ambiguous and everyone will determine the answer to it individually. After all, all children are different in themselves, in development, in mindset. Some people prefer drawing, others prefer designing, and others like to sing and dance. In any case, trying to let your child play Sudoku will not be burdensome, but it will help to identify whether logic is embedded in it, and how developed it is. Try it out!
If you are seeing Sudoku for the first time, start solving the puzzle from a 6-by-6 board. If it goes well, go to 9x9. To simplify the task, the game provides three options for filling in the field: numbers, icons, and letters. You can also enable hints.
The rules of Sudoku are simple. You need to arrange objects (icons, numbers, or letters) so that only one object is present in a row, in a column, and in its own 3x3 square (3x2 rectangle). It sounds complicated, let's try to explain on the fingers. In the same row, column, and square, there can only be one unit, one two, or three, etc.
If you start playing, you'll figure it out.
You can play the game CHILDREN'S SUDOKU online 24 hours a day for free. It is no need to download and install it on your computer, and it is also not required you to be the registered user. Just ckick and enjoy. See also a set of related games below on that you might be interested to look.