Why are KenKen puzzles referred to as "Sudoku on steroids"?

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Read what users are saying about the Free KenKen App for iPhone and iPad.

KenKen Premium Edition App

Excellent puzzle game with a great variety of skill levels. If you enjoy Sudoku at all, you will almost certainly enjoy KenKen.

The updated free KenKen Premium Edition App has been released to rave reviews. Teachers, adults, and kids enjoy playing the app. KenKen is for everyone no matter the gender, language, or age. Unlimited puzzles are free at http://www.kenken.com

Look and see what users are saying, "This is absolutely the best app in Apple's iTunes App Store. It works all brain muscles as if your brain was working out! Great for everyone who loves KenKen." KenKen has been described as 'sudoku on steroids' and former sudoku lovers are discovering KenKen in droves, “Love it, very addictive and satisfying, I prefer them over sudoku.” and, "Excellent puzzle game with a great variety of skill levels. If you enjoy Sudoku at all, you will almost certainly enjoy KenKen."

With the new features being added, they definitely have not gone unnoticed by players. “I was a KenKen fan in the past but stopped doing it because I couldn't find an app for my iPhone that I really liked. This app is great, and I am hooked once again.” Also, "I am just addicted!!! Functions very well. Love playing on KenKen.com while I'm at home and playing on the go wherever I am with the app! Honestly one of the better apps and when I play I feel like im actually getting smarter. Well done, bravo"

Get the KenKen app in the Apple store FREE and tell us what you think in your own review. Get the app here.

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About KenKen
KenKen® logic puzzles were first invented in Japan by Tetsuya Miyamoto, promoted as “Kashikoku Naru Puzzle” or the "Makes You Smarter" puzzle, and brought to the rest of world through Nextoy, LLC. With the main goal to improve students’ cognitive abilities in mind, he developed a brain stimulating exercise that would be understandable, fun and challenging for students of all levels. Today, Mr. Miyomoto’s classroom vision seems to have become a reality.

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