Antony Kearns: Musidoku - The Musical Sudoku

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Catalogue No: SABB897
Format: Gifts | Game
Forty-four puzzles to tickle and tackle your musical brain cells. If you are a musician who loves Sudoku, then Musidoku will definitely be your forte.

The fascinating number puzzle from Japan which has taken the world by storm now has a musical version, using the same pattern of rows and columns, but with musical symbols instead of numbers.

Follow these Musiduko puzzles just as you'd learn a musical instrument. First get acquainted with the Tuning Up puzzles. Then proceed through Moderato, Rigoroso and Virtuoso levels until Musidoku mastery is achieved with the elite Maestro selection.
ISBN: 9780852498972
Published on: 30 August 2007
No of pages: 52
Language: English
Publisher: Stainer & Bell
 
     

      Antony Kearns: Musidoku - The Musical Sudoku reviews verified by reevooReevoo

      Quality of content
      8.0
      Value for money
      8.5
      Overall rating
      8.0
      Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
      8 out of 10

      Lisa

      Surrey GB 50yr old Mum
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      Very unusual gift
      Not so many puzzles at the starter level.
      Confirmed purchase: 07 December 2016
      Published on: 12 January 2017

      Musicroom Reviews

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      Review
      5
      Sudoku with a twist - keeps the brain active in a musical way. This is a good game which I bought as a stocking filler for Chrismas. Good value for money.
      Anonymous - (Penrith, United Kingdom)
      4
      A clever idea and a different slant on the Sodoku puzzle using music symbols instead of numbers. But at £5.00 I thought the puzzle book would be a lot thicker. As it was bought for a present it does not look like I spent £5 on it.
      Anonymous - (Bordon, United Kingdom)
      4
      Great just need more of them, great for children just learning basic theory and note values.
      Anonymous - (United Kingdom)
      5
      Much more interesting than normal Sudoku.
      Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
      4
      Expensive for such a slim book but a good idea.
      Anonymous - (Bath, United Kingdom)
      5
      I did not use this myself but the person I bought it for was very pleased with it.
      Anonymous - (Sowerby Bridge, United Kingdom)