Sudoku, Kakuro, and three more games included in next February's Brain Buster Puzzle Pak.
Agetec today announced its latest entry into the portable puzzle game market, Brain Buster Puzzle Pak for the Nintendo DS. The compilation includes five games: Sudoku, Kakuro, Light Up, Nurikabe, and Slitherlink. All five games were created in conjunction with Japanese puzzle magazine Nikoli. The Brain Buster Puzzle Pak is scheduled for a February 2007 release. No price or rating information has been announced.
Sudoku was fun and all (Brain Age) but I need more variety. Brain Buster is going to be yet another innovative puzzle game for the DS, and I like that.
Nikoli getting themselves another game going after the GBC Puzzle Magazine series? Sounds like a sale in my book.
I hope they have unlimited Sudoku puzzles. With the potential to create infinite puzzles through a formula, there's no excuse for these crappy 100-some puzzles.
That's cool, I like puzzle games with touch-screen capabilities. I bought Sudoku Gridmaster knowing that I would like the touch capabilities of the game and it worked. Here's hoping that the games will hold non-gamers' attention.
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