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by Irina Natasha on 10/05/2014
This game is very fun, interesting and challenging game. We aren't just have fun but also make us to memories chinese number character.
by Hilda Delgado on 07/03/2014
by Kathleen Landis on 03/03/2014
Great way to learn to recognize the numbers 1-10 in Chinese!
by James Dorr on 06/12/2013
It's a well presented sudoku game without glitches. Good for learning Chinese numbers. Perhaps an option for speaking the numbers as you click them would help learners more.
by Tyisha Mitchell on 24/10/2013
Good way to learn Chinese numbers
by Cody Mckinney on 02/09/2013
i've been trying to get sudoku in japanese cuz i'm trying to learn the language. thank god chinese and japanese number characters are the same.
by Jack Robinson on 23/08/2013
Nice app. Thats a good way to lear the chinese numbers
by Henry Bahng on 21/07/2013
Fun and different
by Dy Co on 17/07/2013
Its helping me make sense of the characters after not using my learned Chinese for years. I like sudoku.. so this is awesome. It also drives my mother insane. Another plus.
by Dave Covey on 15/07/2013
I'm learning Mandarin, so this is a fun way to improve recognition of 1 through 9.
by abhay cr on 11/07/2013
You learn Chinese better than Chinese people if you hav played this game :D, they may make you their leader for eternity! Lol.... God bless you!
by Sue D. Nym on 15/05/2013
Japan imported Chinese characters during the Han Dynasty. They are called Han Dz or Han character. Pronounced Kanji in Japan. Characters have same meaning, different pronounciation. Ex: I,(pronounced - ee),is one in China or Ichi in Japan. GROW UP!
by Jake Opray on 20/01/2013
hahaha these are JAPANESE symbols. get it right. 1 star for being dumbass developers