It's heating up here at YouPlay! We received some great responses to my previous post about allowing unlimited hints for the Giant Crossword, which started us thinking: what other enhancements can be made to our sudoku and logic lineup to improve the game experience for you? We're committed to providing the best quality, innovative puzzles and are always looking for new ideas.
During a leisurely game of Hitori Island yesterday, something occured to Miranda that could help us start this discussion.
The idea is to allow you to choose whether correct rows and columns are displayed as such, before the entire puzzle is complete. So, we want to know: do you want to be able to choose whether you see when a row or column is filled in correctly?
Some puzzling purists will say that the best way to do a computer-based puzzle is to mimic the way the puzzle would be done on paper - with no feedback to indicate correctness, until the puzzle is both complete and correct. Others would say that it becomes easier to enjoy a puzzle that lets you know, piece by piece, when a part of the puzzle has been solved.
So, YouPlayers, it's over to you: play Hitori Island or another of the games in that category and tell us what you think! Which other enhancements would you like to see for our sudoku and logic games? Help us continue bringing you great new features and innovative puzzle games by having your say!
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