This might sound like a controversial statement, but it deserves to be considered: we should make Sudoku mandatory in schools. Sudoku is not just a great game; it also offers potential as a great teaching tool and a great way to get children’s minds engaged with problem-solving skills at a young age. There has also been some recent research that suggests Sudoku can improve children’s memory and improve their learning abilities for other subjects in addition to learning how to play Sudoku.
Will Sudoku replace Math, Science and Reading? Of course not – but there are a few reasons why Sudoku ought to be included in the classroom: Continue reading
Sudoku is a game of logic, problem solving and spotting patterns – it’s a true “brain game” that helps stimulate people’s cognitive abilities and gives the satisfaction of accomplishing a difficult puzzle. Sudoku has become wildly popular all over the world with people of all ages, but one of the age groups where Sudoku is most popular is with seniors.
Why is Sudoku such a popular game for seniors? Here are a few reasons:
Sudoku is one of the most popular puzzle games in the world, played by millions of people of all ages. Although Sudoku is especially well known as a “brain game” that studies have suggested might help older adults reduce their risk of dementia, the game is also becoming more popular with younger players. Many parents want to introduce their children to Sudoku in the hope that it might help them do better in school, improve their attention span or increase their ability to recognize details. Continue reading
Sudoku is one of the most popular games in the world, played by millions of people. This seemingly simple game of reasoning and logic has become a global phenomenon, enjoyed by people of all ages and from all walks of life.
Sudoku has become one of the most popular puzzle games in the world, but what exactly is it about playing Sudoku that people find to be so much fun? Sudoku is a relatively simple game of placing missing numbers in the correct spaces on a grid – so why is the game of Sudoku so engrossing and addictive? What is it that makes Sudoku so much fun, so that people want to play Sudoku daily?
During the past 10 years, Sudoku has emerged as one of the most popular puzzle games in the world, with millions of Sudoku books sold, and millions of people playing Sudoku online or via mobile apps. This simple-looking grid of numbers seems like an unlikely source of so much excitement – so, why is Sudoku so popular? Why do people love to play Sudoku? What is the unique appeal of this number game? Continue reading