Kakuro Mini: Like Sudoku? Enjoy kakuro puzzles on your Pocket PC!
For immediate release
February 13, 2007
Contact: Tor Martin Kristiansen
Company: Kristanix Studios
Kristanix Studios has released Kakuro Mini, a PocketPC version of the puzzle game that started in Japan, and is sweeping the world. As millions of fans discover Kakuro, these puzzles are appearing in magazines, newspapers, and books across the globe. Kakuro Mini lets you create and solve Kakuro puzzles on your Windows Mobile PocketPC.
Whether you`re an experienced Kakuro fan who wants a program to generate new and challenging puzzles, a Kakuro novice who wants a computer coach to help develop strategic puzzle-solving skills, or a puzzle enthusiast who wants to learn more about the addictive Kakuro phenomenon, Kakuro Mini will provide you with hours and hours of challenging fun.
Kakuro Mini brings the fun, challenge, and strategy of Kakuro to your PDA. The program generates puzzles in five game board sizes, from 6-by-6 to 9-by-9. You can choose three different difficulty levels, from easy to hard. You can even type in the puzzles from your favorite newspaper or magazine, and solve them on your handheld computer.
If you get stuck while trying to solve a puzzle, Kakuro Mini can give you hints, show you the contents of any cell, or generate the complete solution for you. You can save a puzzle you are working on, and load it up to continue to play it later.
Kakuro Mini runs under Windows Mobile 2003, 5.0 and later, costs $14.95(US), and may be purchased securely on http://www.kristanix.com/kakuromini/. You can download a free trial version from the same web site. For more information, visit the game site on http://www.kristanix.com/kakuromini/, or visit the company`s web site on http://www.kristanix.com/ to learn more about all of Kristanix Studios' games.
Evaluation Copy Available on Request
About Kristanix Studios:
Kristanix Studios develops and markets entertaining and relaxing Windows games. In addition to Kakuro Mini, the company also offers Sudoku Mini, a powerful sudoku program for PocketPC; Pirates of the Atlantic, a non-stop action filled cannon-shooting, pirate-blasting arcade game, as well as other Windows games such as Kristanix Yatzy, Jungle Frenzy and Word Dance.