MathDoku

4.3
2.13K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Based on the same rules as the hit KenKen(tm) game, as printed in the New York Times and The Times (uk).

Related to Sudoko, but with a mathematical twist - use the arithmetic challenges in each cage to help solve the puzzle.

Source code available under the GPL.

Authored by Ben Buxton, Paul Dingemans. Contributions by Pimm Hogeling, Stephen Lee, Alexander Tesfamichael, Anthony Paul.
Updated on
Nov 26, 2013

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4.3
2.13K reviews
Demet Yilmazkuday
September 18, 2020
I love this game and have been playing it for quite some time now. I like the feature that you can hide operators and make it more difficult. My only issue is that I updated it a week ago, and the puzzle board got smaller and the copy button disappeared. The copy button was quite helpful for pasting "maybe" numbers easily. I can still live without it, but I don't know why the puzzle screen got smaller. Anyway to make it bigger as before? Hard to play 9*9 puzzles even on big screen phones.
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Ryan Grutter
April 2, 2022
I've had this app over 5 years and across multiple phones. No bugs, never crashes, no ads. Good variety of difficulties and game options, and all the features/buttons work well. EDIT: 2022, still love this app, still just as good, over 300hrs of games logged. Would recommend to anyone who loves math/logic/puzzle games.
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Benjamin L.
January 30, 2021
I've been playing Mathdoku (also known as Kenken - a name protected by copyright) for years, through a series of phones and tablets, and on paper as well. This is a great, crash-free, ad-free app, with enty of variations. More complex than Sudoku, with a whole range of math and logic strategies to figure out and employ. As easy - or as difficult - as you choose!
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What's new

*** v2.12 updates ***
Maintenance fix for back button crash.

*** v2.11 updates ***

Layout improvements across all devices.
Back button behaviour fix.
Entry mode bug fix.

For a full list of changes see: https://code.google.com/p/mathdoku/wiki/RevisionHistory.