sudoku
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A very simple sudoku game.

wardrich

11 years ago

I was going to download this, but I ended up reading the comments and I went on the KSudoku side. Your program looks alright, but it was the arrows beside the boxes that turned me off of it.

Please don't be offended that I went with KSudoku, when making a program, there should only be 2 things that you get of it:

1) you learned something new
2) you had a fun time creating the app

All the rest come as bonuses.

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kimothy

11 years ago

I agree

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Hyperion

11 years ago

I can not underatand, why there are always so much comments like "there is allready a better KDE application for this problem...". Of course that might be so, but:

It is good to have the choice!


Some apps are real killer apps; it is good then to have a smaller, perhaps faster program


The better programm might depend on much more external libraries - so one may prefer the lightweight one

I think everybody should do a programm, if he likes too. It is also sometimes a good way to get deeper into programming, when you start with something interesting for you, but also simple enough to handle it.


If he would join for example the ksudoku project, he must work himself into their code and understand it. That is imho a good thing, but not for a beginner or someone, who is not a teamworker!

Ciao,
Christian

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sophyn

11 years ago

I do this sudoku game because I think ksudoku is too overloaded, and because "me sale de los cojo..., cacho cansinos!"

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isma

11 years ago

jajajaja, muy buena respuesta
por lo demás no he probado el programa, me jarté ya de hacer sudolus en papel
Un saludo!

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dallerweb

11 years ago

I really can't see why you are making a sudoku-game for KDE, when Ksudoku is around (Much better than yours, sorry!)

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peratu

11 years ago

Reinventing the wheel?
Take de KSudoke source code and improve it.

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peratu

11 years ago

oku oku xD

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bram85

11 years ago

Are you aware of the KSudoku project? Probably you're re-inventing the wheel.

Two points:
* You wrote sudoku wrong in your title bar :)
* I think spin boxes are not the best method to fill a sudoku. I like the way of directly entering numbers in the cells, like in KSudoku.

http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=28792

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everettattebury

11 years ago

I'm glad to see that some other people are interested in making sudoku games. I started playing it a few weeks ago after I noticed a book next to the grocery store checkout line, and I'm hooked.

However, the layout in the screenshot makes it very hard to quickly scan the rows and columns. The scrolling arrows are not really that great a method of entering numbers in the blocks either. This doesn't really look the way a sudoku is supposed to look.

The kind of sudoku game I would like to see is one that looks more like the Gweled game, using nine different kinds of jewels instead of numbers. It could have some audio feedback, such as an "oops" sound when an obvious mistake is made, or a "hooray" sound when a row or column or 3x3 block is filled.

It could be played by dragging available jewels from a tray below the board to the empty spaces. That way it would be easy to see what was missing. It also might make it more interesting for children to play.

So far I have found websudoku.com to be the best place to play sudoku online.

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