Puzzle software ready to hit

The biggest puzzle craze since the Rubiks cube in the 80’s, Su Doku, is set to hit the region. Already available in the UK, Greenstreet Software’s ‘Su Doku Master’ will arrive in stores here with a bargain price tag of just US $14.95.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  July 26, 2005

The biggest puzzle craze since the Rubiks cube in the 80’s, Su Doku, is set to hit the region. Already available in the UK, Greenstreet Software’s ‘Su Doku Master’ will arrive in stores here with a bargain price tag of just US $14.95. Su Doku Master has all the elements of traditional Su Doku and includes over 10,000 puzzles that cover three difficulty levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced). Should players get tired of seeing numbers, Su Doku Master also includes alternative symbol and tile game options. To help puzzles come to life multiple backgrounds are used, plus there are plenty of hints and tips available for those new to the game. Hardened Su Doku enthusiasts can pit their skills against a ticking clock to add some real pressure. “Su Doku is already a big hit, so producing something for the PC mixing traditional and exciting new variants of the game, plus other little twists, means we are confident that it will be a huge success with retailers and consumers alike,” claimed Jeff Fenton, CEO of Greenstreet Software Ltd. Although Windows Middle East isn’t aware of other boxed Su Doku software releases available in this region, Greenstreet’s ‘Su Doku Master’ will compete with downloadable online versions of the game, such as Express F1’s ‘Ultimate Su Doku’ and dedicated Su Doku web sites such as www.doyousudoku.com. Greenstreet is also considering offering an Arabic version of Su Doku Master, designed specifically for the Middle East.

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