Have you Tried Binary Sudoku?
We live in a world that is hungry for high-end graphics. Especially in the tech community, we constantly strive to make games that are ever more processor intensive. We tend to forget that some of the greatest games of all time are the simplest.
XDA Member rickboerebach decided to keep it simple as well. His latest game is called Binary Sudoku. The basic premise is simple: solve a modified sudoku puzzle using only one’s and zero’s. The rules of the game are as follows:
#1 Each empty cell has to be a one or zero.
#2 A maximum of two similar numbers below or next to each other are allowed.
#3 Each row and each column is unique.
#4 Each row and each column must contain as many zeros as ones.
The game is definitely challenging to play, and has over 100 puzzles built in. So head on over to the thread here and give it a spin. Your brain will thank you for it.
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