||Sudoky version 11
(Daily Sudoku, Html5 Sudoku, Sudoku Puzzle Blast)
||Hover your mouse (Daily Sudoku): As shown in the picture below, get yourself back inside any calendar's month
and STOP. Now start my Sudoky and hover your mouse on Day 1 at the top left corner of your calendar, exactly as the pink arrow down here
is showing. The auto should recognize it, beep at you, snap your mouse away and start playing this month over and over. Note: You don't need
to unlock Day 1 with a key for the auto to find your game!
||Hover your mouse (Html5 Sudoku): As shown in the picture below, get yourself inside a fresh puzzle (any difficulty)
and STOP. Now start my Sudoky and hover your mouse on the dark green Score area on the left side of your window, exactly as the pink arrow down here
is showing. The auto should recognize it, beep at you, snap your mouse away and start playing this difficulty over and over.
||Google Chrome only: These newer Html5 games were specifically coded/tested with Google Chrome on multiple machines and all operating systems. If your auto is having trouble connecting with their game while hovering your mouse
properly (or any issues afterward), please try every other web browser available in your arsenal. Recommended... in order: Torch,
Internet Explorer, Windows 10's Edge, Firefox ESR,
|11 (3.27.2019) Another "3 in 1" auto, now covering the new Daily Sudoku Html5 game. I suppose the neatest thing
about Sudoky is that it remembers the last-played puzzle and will quickly fwack down all of the previous legal numbers when it comes back (after a win or even
a loss). In doing so, you basically have an infinite number of lives instead of just
|three, which truly helps with their Medium and Hard difficulties.
But once a full puzzle is actually finished, this makes coming back to the same date/difficulty extremely worthwhile and provides super-fast wins, high points and
quick rank advancement. Hence, I provided three main intel options (First Easy, First Medium, First Hard) that will do exactly this for you. Example: First Easy
will find the first unlocked date on your calendar month and repeat its Easy difficulty over and over. Sure, the first puzzle will take a while. I had no choice but
to slow it way down, based on the animation of their shrinking/growing font numbers, the annoying gopher covering the grid and fading bonus scores. But after that first
puzzle finishes, its answers are remembered and then used again in the blink of an eye (at top 100 Speed). If you'd rather have the auto complete each of your calendar
days' three difficulties to unlock the themes and clear out the month, just use the other Unfinished intel option. On that note, do not activate any of your
accomplished themes. Stay with the original default theme or Sudoky won't be able to read any of the new changed colors. Removing your theme: The progress meter above
your calendar lets you click (the 10, 20, 60) and offers a blue Deactivate button afterward. Does 100 Speed break your game? Lower it to 99 or less until the problem
goes away... or try a different browser.
|10 (7.3.2018) They completely changed all of the number tiles on the board (in Html5 Sudoku) this morning. Plus they
moved the entire board slightly north 2 pixels.
|9 (4.24.2018) In Html5 Sudoku, the yellow Continue Game button was moved after this morning's maintenance.
|8 (12.5.2017) The Html5 games received a different Stats page with new Continue Game button.
|7 (10.11.2017) Now another "2 for 1" auto, yesterday's new Html5 Sudoku game was added. So if you purchased
Sudoky in the past, you should already be registered because you still own it. Before you start the auto, choose any difficulty you like. There will be less
guessing in the easier skill levels, of course. I do not use any of the Hints, as they are unnecessary. I wish the Html5 would allow us to go faster,
but the game has disabled that possibility until the last move has officially cleared and the animations have settled. But it's still smoking fast, especially
for rank. I suppose Master difficulty will be your best friend in that department. I may have to recode the way I read the numbers inside the board, as I
found a weird stall after a "bad paste" of a tile had altered graphics. If you find anything funky, let me know. If Chrome or Torch aren't working
for you, I suppose you could try any other browser in your arsenal... but I haven't even tested those yet myself.
|6 (5.8.2015) The game summary Play Again button screen was reporting Blocked in Firefox only. Thanks for
making me aware, Kat.
|5 (11.10.2012) Updated for Windows 8 compatibility. Also removed Sudoku Classic (was broken) and Sudoku Quest
(game no longer available), as they have no badges... and I am BadgeWinners.
|4 (7.17.2008) Sudoku Puzzle Blast is now embedded in the browser with a new game summary Play Again button.
|3 (2.27.2008) Forgot non-club rooms. Sorry about that. Easy fix, auto is completely the same.
|2 (2.26.2008) Very, very fast and smooth sliding. Does not do Rotation mode yet, but will add if needed
for future weekly challenges or premium albums. Since your mouse pointer creates a flashlight effect in your game window, be sure to keep it far away from
the board and tetris pieces. Keep it hovered at the bottom right (on the mining cart), or the halo could cause misreads. Surprised it could beat 8 Bonkers games in
15 minutes, was very happy to see that for future badges' sake. Wish there was a way around the huge graphic delays (mining cart animations, explosions,
congratulations screen pauses, etc), because the auto slams out completed puzzles in 10-15 seconds flat, depending on your difficulty level. Here's a helpful
rank climbing chart, showing 15 minute tests that were completed on all seven skills at top 100 speed... looks like Hard, Expert or Medium yields the fastest
rank progression. Don't forget that the Doubly feature allows you to play two accounts at the same time!
| Difficulty || Pieces || Wins || Minutes || Rank/Hour
|1 (1.17.2008) A few requested some kind of Sudoku helper for the two current web versions (not the
full downloads). With another Sudoku game coming out next month, I thought it would be a good idea to get the intelligence routines down
early by creating this 2-for-1 auto. Yes, the new game will be programmed right here inside Sudoky at that time and the auto is completely
ready for its debut. But for now, this is a neat little assistant for when you get stuck on any of the daily puzzles. Look for an update next
month when the new game arrives, as it will be playing any of the three Sudoku games you choose. Remember, the Control key on your keyboard
pauses the auto for you. Also, if you experience a Blocked message in the auto's window when playing Sudoku Quest, just click your Quest game
first to enable the flash.
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