is a translation of three logic games normally played with a pen and paper:
- The eponymous Kuromasu is played on a rectangular game field which is divided into squares. Some squares are marked with numbers which tell how many squares need to be light (horizontally and vertically). The player needs to
colour the correct squares black by clicking on them. Additionally he has to regard that all light squares have to be connected and that no black squares are allowed to be next to each other.
- Sudoku is played with nine squares which are arranges in a 3x3 formation. Every square is also divided into nine grids. The program fills numbers into some grids and the player has to add the rest. In every square, vertical row and horizontal row every number of 1-9 has to be there exactly one time.
- Kakuro is similar to a crossword puzzle but instead of letters the player has to put numbers into the grids. The numbers have to result in a certain number when added up. Another restriction is that every digit can't be used more than once in a calculation.
The game features a print function, help functions and different difficulty settings. It is played exclusively with the mouse; when clicking on a field the player needs to choose the number from a pop up menu.
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