Lola’s Fruit Shop Sudoku Now Available in Nintendo eShop and DSi Shop

June 24, 2012

Lola Panda demonstrates the easiest Sudoku game in the world for all children who like to have fun and develop logical thinking. This second Lola Panda Nintendo game is now available for Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DSi.

(PRWEB) June 23, 2012

Even 4-year-old children can play this Sudoku game since it is designed to be very easy to grasp and has spoken instructions. And it is still challenging enough for children even up to 8 years old, since it has tasks at three different difficulty levels.

In Lola´s Fruit Shop Sudoku, the player is invited to help Lola Panda to sort out the fruit. After a few successes, the player gets a well-earned award and at the end of the game the Fruit Shop is ready to open. Lola´s Fruit Shop Sudoku begins with an easy level for young children: they play a 3×3 fruit game with 3 different kinds of fruit, so children learn to play quickly without even knowing what Sudoku is. On the other hand, the harder level has a bigger 4 x 4 grid, so it provides fun and challenge even for children who are a little older.

“Like most Lola Panda games, Fruit Shop Sudoku has very clear instructions and pleasant voice guidance. We think that this is especially important in children´s games,” says BeiZ´s Creative Producer, Miska Fredman.

Lola´s Fruit Shop Sudoku Key Features:

  • Simple Sudoku games with fruit and numbers
  • Friendly voice to guide kids through the game
  • Easy-to-use child-friendly game design that even the youngest can use
  • Several levels to choose from
  • Increasing challenge as children´s skills improve

Lola´s Fruit Shop Sudoku is available in the Nintendo DSi Shop for Nintendo DSi and DSi XL devices for 200 Nintendo DSi Points. The game is also available for Nintendo 3DS via the Nintendo eShop for $1.99. The game will be available in North America on the 26th of June and later in the rest of the world.

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