I have got a few links to updates, new software and reviews - I am posting all in a single blog entry today.
First is the Gadgetorama's review of Mastersoft SuDoku. I have to say it is interesting seeing how many Sudoku software titles for Windows Mobile have been released lately (just check this Sudoku software for Pocket PC search in our Geekzone Software Store). But it's quite a challenge to complete these games in the higher levels on paper, and the PDA is a great help for people that enjoy such hard games. Worth a look on this review (picture below).
Also new is a game from Handy Entertainment, based on a Japanese puzle. The name, called 173203 Japanese Crossword, and this is the developer's blurb:
"Infinitely addictive paint-by-number brainteasers, Japanese crosswords are also known as nonograms or griddlers. They have originated from drawings composed of lighted windows of a Tokyo skyscraper to become the recent and growing world hype. The rules are simple, yet there exist virtually infinitely many play styles and strategies to reveal the ciphered picture. Whatever the apparent difficulty, the puzzles can always be solved by pure logic. To become a Master, one must obviously immerse into the magnetic atmosphere of the East."
And Stormmill has released a beta version of its upcoming game, Sigma 14. They also have a new game out now, called 173519 JItering.