International Puzzle Sensation KenKen Launches All-New Website With Enhanced Game Features and Free Unlimited Play

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The addictive game’s enhanced website adds exciting new game features and unlimited play; apps now available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.

KenKen is like sudoku on steroids

KenKen® Puzzle, the internationally popular math and logic puzzle frequently described as "sudoku on steroids", proudly announces the launch of its all-new website ( In addition to a dynamic, user-friendly new design and several enhanced game features, for the first time the site allows for free unlimited play, offering fans the opportunity to “Play All You ‘Ken’!”

When players visit the freshly redesigned puzzle screen, they will encounter a variety of new features that enhance the play experience. These include solution reveal and advanced “drag-and-drop” note-taking capability. Experienced players will be especially pleased with the new option to customize their KenKen® puzzles. Players can now select the grid size (from 3x3 up to 9x9), math operations, and challenge level. “Puzzle customization allows players to gradually ramp up the game’s difficulty as their skill level improves,” said Robert Fuhrer, president of the KenKen Puzzle Co.

The new site was designed to appeal to everyone from the novice player (with text and video tutorials) to the expert (customizable 9x9 grids) to the classroom teacher. “Our KenKen Classroom Program, providing free puzzles to teachers nationwide, continues to grow in popularity,” said Tetsuya Miyamoto, noted math educator and the puzzle’s inventor. “Now, with the new site, teachers can focus on the operation a student is struggling with. They can increase difficulty level as the student’s mastery improves. KenKen truly makes math fun!”

KenKen® Puzzle Co. promises that more new features, including puzzle save and resume, will be added soon. They encourage players to “like” their Facebook page ( for the latest updates.

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