KenKen Classic II
Congratulations! You have found the ONE-AND-ONLY Original KenKenÂ® Classic II, the [...]
- Current Version: Varies with device
- Updated: March 24, 2018
- Requires Android: Varies with device
- Installs: 100,000+
Congratulations! You have found the ONE-AND-ONLY Original KenKen® Classic II, the unbelievably fun, exciting and addictive logic and math puzzle that appears daily in the New York Times, USA Today Online, the Times (UK) and hundreds of other publications around the globe. New York Times puzzle editor, Will Shortz, calls KenKen "the most addictive puzzle since sudoku" while others call it "Sudoku on steroids!"
KenKen Classic is a great way for puzzle fans of all ages to exercise their brains, and is the only version of this puzzle authorized by its creator, Japanese educator Tetsuya Miyamoto. Only KenKen guarantees hundreds of difficulty levels and just a single solution per puzzle. Don't be fooled by unauthorized versions like Calcudoku or Mathdoku, and don't get stuck in a Sudoku rut. Play KenKen math puzzles today!
There are virtually unlimited KenKen puzzles available to you on this app. The first 50 are included FREE with the download. If you need more...no problem! Just order them and they'll appear immediately. YOU select the size, difficulty level, and operations. After you complete a puzzle, a new puzzle of the same type will automatically load so you can continue to challenge yourself.
KenKen Classic II includes:
- 50 FREE puzzles of any size, from very easy to extremely challenging
- Unlimited FREE 3x3 grid size puzzles
- A vast selection of puzzles, ranging from 3x3 to 9x9 grid size puzzles
- A variety of color schemes to suite your style
- 3 input modes for digits and notes
- Great game play features such as Hints, Check, Undo, Redo, Reset, Pause, and Timer
- KenKen Store to get more games
KenKen Classic II is a great way for puzzle fans of all ages to exercise their brains.
A Little KenKen History:
KenKen was developed in 2004 by acclaimed Japanese mathematics educator Tetsuya Miyamoto (no, not two guys named Ken). His goal was to improve his students’ math and logic skills... and what better tool than a puzzle? So he developed one that would be understandable, fun, and challenging for anyone at any level. Most importantly, he wanted the puzzle to encourage independent thinking, emphasizing logic, reasoning, concentration, and perseverance. His puzzles immediately met with unbelievable success and are now played the world over by children, adults and the elderly. Since its invention, KenKen has become the world's fastest growing (and most enjoyable) puzzle and has proven to be one of the world's best brain exercises.
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