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A jam submission

SU-3D-OKU!View game page

It's Sudoku, but with an added dimension.
Submitted by Ron Dekker (@RedKenrok) — 4 hours, 58 minutes before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Technical - How impressive is the technical complexity of this game?#53.8893.889
Game Design - How compelled are you to keep playing this game?#84.0004.000
Art and visuals - How amazing does the game look and feel?#283.5563.556
Theme - How well and unique is the theme implemented in the game?#532.6672.667
Sound - How well does the sound create the perfect atmosphere in the game?#572.1112.111

Ranked from 9 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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8 minutes 4 seconds for the easy one! I really liked the simple design, the controls and above all the generation of a solvable 3D sudoku. Did you use vanilla JavaScript for this? Nice!


Thank you. It is written in TypeScript and is converted to JavaScript using rollup. But doesn't use an extrernal library in runtime, just the plain web API's.


Well that was a fun take on the classic sudoku :D nice puzzle game, really liked it.


Fun game, the only gripe I had was that it was hard to keep an overview of all the things going on, but fun nonetheless!


We loved it, maybe for the sequel, show the multiple layers in a top row or something? So you can more easily see where the 3d numbers go. (Also we solved the 4x4 in 4:44 and we just wanted to share that)


Thank you for playing! Yes, I would have loved to show more how it is put together as a cube. But there are some limitations  in what you can achieve in 48h when using the web. And within 5 minutes is a great time!


This was fun! Easy mode was already a bit of a headache for me. I think it's possible that you can run into dead ends (atleast unable to solve it without possibly making errors.) Very nice though that you got all of the solutions solved in 3D!


It should be possible. The algorithm I build ensure there is always one option possible as the next move. But I'll double check it perhaps I made a mistake. Thank you for playing!