Your friendly neighbourhood robot overlord
I'll follow this post up with another on some of the technicalities, but for those who don't care, I'll show you a pretty picture, tell you what my program does, and then give you a link.
Keep in mind that I really didn't have any grand purpose for making this, so I just decided that it would be one of those little projects that gets stuck into my portfolio. So on that note, criticism of all flavours (but preferably constructive) would be greatly appreciated! I don't want junk in my portfolio, after all! It's also the reason my name is in big blocky letters at the top =P
The Aforementioned Pretty Picture:
What does it do?
It started out as a simple Sudoku solver, but now it's so much (at least a little bit, any ways) more! You can enter numbers into a blank grid and have it find a solution (or tell you that there are no solutions... or several solutions for that matter). But you can also play a random Sudoku puzzle.
That's right, I also made a puzzle generator! Sometimes the puzzles it produces are easy, sometimes they are nearly impossible. But hey, it'll give you a puzzle and track how long it takes you to solve it. It'll even show you when you enter a wrong answer, if you want it to.
Where's the Link?
In Hyrule! (Dead horse is dead...). Any who:
The links back to my homepage don't work yet, so don't bother clicking them! I haven't got a project page set up for it yet! (But this link works just fine! Go and find out for yourself!)
Also, if you try it, please let me know what you think, and also what device you were using. It runs pretty well on my Galaxy S3, so I'd just like to know how it runs on other phones/tablets, more out of curiosity than anything.