I don't know about you but when I see a Sudoku grid it reminds me of horrible math exams which really puts me off playing. If you're as afraid of numbers as me then give Plop Art Sudoku a try.
It works in much the same way as classic Sudoku, only in Plop Art Sudoku the numbers are replaced by cute little creatures. For me, it made the game much easier and more enjoyable than the numeric version. All you need to do is tap on an empty space and then choose a character from the box at the top of the grid. If the character can fit there you'll get a messages saying 'Great'. If not, you'll have to try again.
There are 100 different puzzles to play in Plop Art Sudoku, so this is a game that will keep you hooked for some time. Unfortunately, you'll need to upgrade in order to play 99 of the puzzles because, rather stingily, only three levels are playable in this Lite version.
The graphics in Plop Art Sudoku are very bright and colorful, and the sound effects are fun too. The chirruping cricket noise that plays incessantly in the background does get pretty annoying though.
For kids, or anyone who prefers thinking in pictures rather than numbers, Plop Art Sudoku is worth investigating as an alternative to the popular puzzle game.