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Poll results

We’ve had more than 200 votes on the favorite Sudoku poll and I think it’s about time to close this poll, although it is likely that it will be reopened at some stage, just to re-check your opinion. Here are the results:
Poll results
Surprise, surprise, the winner of this poll, are Killer Sudoku puzzles, although I’m impressed by the number of votes for Samurai. I opened a new poll – I’d like to know which mobile phones you’re using. Why? Because I’ve started developing Killer Sudoku for mobile phones and I need to know on which mobiles to test it first. So again – your vote is very important to us! In case I forgot a mobile phone manufacturer, please do add your choice.
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  1. udosuk
    Posted October 12, 2005 at 7:32 am | Permalink

    Just curious on what mobile platform you’re planning to program on. For example, is it symbian 60, java for series 40, or series 80 such as Ngage? They all have different screen dimensions, so you need to make a decision. Or perhaps you could make one basic framework and adapt it on all possible platforms?

  2. Posted October 12, 2005 at 8:26 am | Permalink

    udosuk, I’ve downloaded J2ME development platforms from Nokia and Sony Ericsson, they’re both java for series 40 (and 60?). This is where I’ll start and we’ll see where I end up :). Converting my C# code to Java should be a breeze, which is Ok for solver/generator, but I suppose I’ll have to redo the GUI for each platform.

    This is exactly the reason why I made this poll – so I would know what my potential users are using.

  3. Jane Smith
    Posted June 14, 2008 at 4:04 pm | Permalink

    need non consecutive

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