I mentioned previously that you can write notes and play Sudoku on a Kobo Touch. And a request came up about how exactly you find the Sudoku and other extras.
So, here we go.
1.) Press the Home tab and from there choose Settings.
2.) At the bottom of the Settings Menu choose Extras.
3.) You have three options:
a.) Launch Sketchbook
– you can use this to write quick handwritten notes with your finger.
b.) Launch Sudoku
– yes, you can play Sudoku
c.) Launch Browser
– use your Kobo to browse the internet (you have to have your wireless enabled)
When using the Sudoku you have four different levels of difficulty to choose from: SIMPLE, EASY, MEDIUM and HARD.
To change the difficulty simply click the third (lowest) button on the bottom right of your Sudoku game screen. This is also the button you use to quit in the middle of a game, although I usually just use the HOME button.
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