Play Kakuro on your PC. Unlimited puzzles at 5 levels of difficulty and 6 different grid sizes. Unique drop down tool to eliminate combinations.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:11 Size 7173 kb Licence Shareware Status New Release Languages English OS Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows Vista Homepage oak-systems.co.uk
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Description: Play Kakuro on your PC. Unlimited puzzles at 5 levels of difficulty and 6 different grid sizes. Unique drop down tool to eliminate combinations.
An unlimited supply of puzzles.
Six standard grid sizes plus custom grids.
Different background skins, plus change colours to suit your mood.
Play against the clock and compete to get in the roll of honour.
Five levels of difficulty.
Pencil in your working as you go with right mouse button, confirm your choice with the left button.
Auto-pencil to help you learn to play
Unique pop up combination list to help you eliminate combinations
Hint button to show you the next square to solve
Enter the puzzles from the newspaper and play them as a normal game, or have the program solve it for you and show you the answer.
You can also print out puzzles to play on paper, and save a game to return to later or to mail to a friend.
Full undo/redo history so you can backtrack through your game. Short tags: Kakuro, number place, number, puzzle, japanese System Requirements: XP or Vista Change Info: New Release Find last version of Kakuro Works
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