It is time to take our brains to the next level and experience Suko Pro. Suko Pro is a free number puzzle game is available on Google Play and the Apple App Store.
Great for taking a break from Sudoku!
Earn coins when you win, spend coins for hints!
Beautiful clean graphics, HD sound, and original music.
Simple, extended version of the traditional Suko game, with more board possibilities.
No addictive game loops.
Stimulates the mind.
Streamlined Interface and non-intrusive ads.
Like any great puzzle game, Suko Pro takes some time to learn, and will provide you and your family with hours of fun. Learn how to play Suko Pro and you won’t be disappointed, it gets increasingly more interesting as you learn.
Based on a traditional Japanese number puzzle, Suko Pro is the next level to challenge your brain if you are a lover of Sudoku, puzzles, and other number based games. Unlike Sudoku, Suko uses a little bit of addition, making it an ideal game to play with your kids and teach basic addition, and logic simultaneously. It is challenging, yet fun for adults and kids alike.
Quick Play Tips:
Please click “How to Play” from main menu. This game uses simple addition, but has simple rules you must be able to read, or you will never understand this game. We are currently working on a tutorial walk thru to resolve this.
We hope you enjoy Suko Pro as much as we do!
Enjoy the urgent containment of cranial pleasure through your mobile device.
Experience the order and chaos through the poetic use of numbers.
Streamlined Interface reduces conflicting duality of circles and squares.
Earn coins to help unlock the mysteries of the board.
Discover the challenge millions of puzzle players in our solar system have experienced with Suko Pro. This puzzle game helps turn boring car rides, commutes, and checkout lines into mental ecstasy.
If you enjoy weekend crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and logic games, Suko Pro will challenge your mind like an astral awakening of spacetime that will clear a path toward the quantum soup itself.
How to solve a Suko Puzzle
- First you must remember, Suko is a quick challenging number puzzle game that forces you to calculate several simultaneous sums.
- Secondly, you must use every number once on the game board.
- Third, white spaces on the board must be the sum of the colored spaces surrounding them.
- Fourth, the sum of all same color spaces of the board must equal the amount of the matching colored circle below the board.
- Finally, raise you arms in victorious celebration of your cerebral power.
Suko Tip 1:
Use every number from 1 to 9 once. If you’re playing Suko with the Suko Pro app, it will keep track of what numbers you have in play on the game board. If a number is white, that means it has not yet been used.
Suko Tip 2:
A Suko game board will be a 3 x 3 grid and typically has 4 white or un-colored numbered spaces in each quadrant. In the demo board below, we are talking about the spaces with numbers 24, 28, 13, and 16.
The 4 spaces surrounding each of the un-colored numbers must total the un-colored space. For example, in the board above the four colored spaces must equal 24. The four that surround 28 must equal 28 and so forth for 13 and 16.
Suko Tip 3:
The all same-colored spaces on the game board must equal the value in the color below the board. For example, all of the green spaces on the board (circled in red) must equal 8, since that is the matching color value below.
Suko Tip 4:
Make some logical deductions based on the information given. Try some basic math on the information provided. For example, we know that the 4 spaces around 13 must equal 13 – and we can see that 3 of those spaces already total 8 because of the color. The remaining blue space cannot be anything but 5, since there is no other number between 1 and 9 that will add with 8 to equal 13.
Be sure to go through the How to Play in our Suko Pro app. Have fun!
Through the deliberate expression of colors meant to signify passion and adventure, Suko Pro constructs and then uplifts socioeconomic ambivalence in puzzle games constructed on planet Earth.