Dr. Sudoku Game Boy Advance

  • Publisher: Mastiff
  • Release Date: May 3, 2006

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
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  1. AceGamez
    There really aren't any drawbacks to Dr. Sudoku, other than the fact that you can cheat if you want to throughout all one thousand boards.
  2. All things considered, this game offer more value than a puzzle book for those who are interested in sudoku. It's not flashy, but it offers a lot of puzzles and the extras are useful. If you're a sudoku fan or you're looking for a good puzzle game, I'd recommend checking out Dr. Sudoku.
  3. All in all, Dr. Sudoku is a fair to decent portable version of sudoku, albeit the game has some moderate faults in the presentation and some other annoyances here and there. If you're a fan of sudoku, you'll probably get your money's worth out of this game.
  4. There truly is much to do here for those who are fans of the game Sudoku given the 1,000 puzzles and the ability to create and save 20 of your own as well.
  5. If you're a sudoku fan or interested in what the fuss is all about, Dr. Sudoku gives you a lot of puzzles for your money.
  6. Dr. Sudoku has a decent set of features and a lot of prebuilt puzzles, but a D pad and buttons isn't the ideal way to play.
  7. While this does offer a nice range of options and tons of puzzles, it just isn't as pleasurable to play as it could be.
  8. 65
    It's not a better option than snagging a five dollar book and a ten cent pencil, though.
  9. Nintendo Power
    If you have a yearning for pure sudoku in video game form, Dr. Sudoku will provide a cure, but more options and a sharper presentation would have gone a long way. [May 2006, p.94]
  10. If you have a Nintendo DS, though, this game is easily passed by, and for one reason – Brain Age is the same price as Dr. Sudoku, and has far more than just Sudoku.

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