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'Carol Vorderman’s Sudoku' (ALL) Coming to North America - Screens

by Rainier on Feb. 9, 2007 @ 12:48 p.m. PST

Let the ultimate Sudoku expert, Carol Vorderman, show you how to play and conquer the number game phenomenon sweeping the world. With over 1 million puzzle boards to choose from, experience countless hours and hours of fun.

Play a casual game, learn step-by-step strategies to play or even test your skills in head-to-head competitive matches. Play against a friend in exciting multi-player modes on the PlayStation 2 system and PSP system. Through it all, Carol will teach you how to hone your Sudoku skills and ultimately become a Sudoku Expert. Carol Vorderman’s Sudoku features a game for every level Sudoku player with exciting features and challenges.



  • Over 1,000,000 unique Sudoku puzzles!
  • 4 difficulty levels, a level to suit all players, from beginners to experts
  • Easy to use interface and grid assistance
  • Multiple game modes:
    • Classic : Original Sudoku at it’s very best
    • Career: Earn your Sudoku Black Belt, and the right to Challenge Carol
    • Challenge Carol: Can you beat the best and become a Sudoku Master
    • 2 player modes – (PlayStation 2 system and PSP system Only)
    • Multiple Arcade Modes: Beat the Clock - Extra Time – Perfection - 3 Strikes, You’re Out
  • Exclusive videos: Over 30 minutes of live-action video including an introduction to Sudoku, step-by-step tutorials, hints and tips for all levels of players
  • “Grid Assistance” Tutor– Choose your own level of help - highlights the appropriate row, column or mini-grid or tell you if you have incorrectly placed a number
  • Puzzle Solver- A powerful tool to solve ANY Sudoku puzzle.
  • Multi-player Hot seat and wireless play; Go head-to-head or take on the hot seat and win by solving puzzles in the fastest time. (PSP system only)

RELEASE DATE: March 6, 2007



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