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Sudoku game on Jornada 720 (and HPC 2000)

gcraenen Page Icon Posted 2006-01-18 3:04 AM
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For all who's interested, I've found a version of the sudoku game which runs on the Jornada 720. It's Mobile Sudoku 1.5 (sudoku.buschtrommel.net). I use it in conjunction with nyditot's Virtual Display because the screen isn't completely readible. Works great!

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torch Page Icon Posted 2006-01-18 8:54 AM
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Looks like a fun game, maybe I will try it on my PPC...
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2006-02-25 7:47 AM
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Finally, at long last, a new program for the HPC...or an old one when you think about it. Rainer Herrier has compiled an HPC version of his Sudoku and it is available for trial download. It is a fantastic version of the popular game. This is the first new release of a game program for HPCs that I've seen in a long time. Kudos to him! Take a look at it: http://sudoku.buschtrommel.net/index-en.php


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TFGBD Page Icon Posted 2006-02-27 2:21 AM
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Is this some sort of Java application. The user interface looks... different on both CE platforms. (P/PC and H/PC)
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2006-02-27 4:30 AM
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As Hurricane John points out, you can design one yourself in Pocket Excel for free.
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Rich Hawley Page Icon Posted 2006-02-27 7:25 AM
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You could design one yourself...but not with all of these options. Not one that will solve your puzzle or offer possible suggestions...or look like this one does. However, even if you could....all the hours spent would not be worth it unless you are simply into self-inflicted pain. And yes TFGDB, these are JAVA type apps using a variant of some JAVA...EWE.

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Hurricane John Page Icon Posted 2006-02-27 8:50 AM
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CE Geek - 2006-02-27 4:30 AM

As Hurricane John points out, you can design one yourself in Pocket Excel for free.



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Rich is right about this software...........when I suggested creating your own Sudoku using Pocket Excel, it was because nothing was available for our H/PC platform. Now that Mobile-Sudoku is available and for only $10 USD...it's a really feature packed bargain and hard to pass up.

Edited by Hurricane John 2006-02-27 8:51 AM
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2006-02-28 3:56 AM
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Good points. Thanx for putting me in my place.
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Good points. Thanx for putting me in my place.



Hey don't take it that way......I wasn't trying to put anyone in their place, just wanted to clarify my position.
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CE Geek Page Icon Posted 2006-02-28 12:54 PM
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No, I wasn't taking it personally. I just made my comment a little hastily, overlooking the difficulty of doing it yourself - and you and Rich set me straight on that. I appreciate your giving me another perspective.
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