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Does anyone have the time to volunteer make a kids sudoku?

tpgames
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I have not been able to find source code for a kids (2x2) sudoku game, and was wondering if anyone had the time to volunteer to make a JavaScript version for me that uses images. I only ask, because comparing the 2x3 and the 3x3 source codes I do have, does not help me figure out how to make a 2x2 sudoku game. I also ask because my 4 yr old nephew is hooked on sudoku and really wants one with images. He's been bugging me for 4 months, and I've been looking ever since. I'm still learning JS, and have a long way to go. You'd only have to supply the code. I'll make the images myself. It will go online on a ad free, non-professional site, owned by one who is on disability. The images will be 130 square, which makes it a 520 x 520 game board. You will receive in return, many thanks from a excited 4 yr. old (he'll say it to the screen). lol And, I will work had at learning JS. Also, you will receive credit for the game as well. I'm willing to put in a link to your site if its family friendly or business(pg or g). Thanks!

My nephew and I greatly appreciate you considering this, even if you can't volunteer! :D :)
Feb 12 '07 #1
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acoder
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This might be what you're looking for. Of course, you'll have to ask for permission to use on your site.
Feb 12 '07 #2

tpgames
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Just by reading the source code, I highly doubt I would get permission to use it. They attach their name to every function. However, the code might suggest to me how to make one myself from scratch that, unlike theirs, actually uses images. They also don't appear use a random generator function to make the puzzles either. Each puzzle is in a separate file, with a separate code.

I'll compare their code to one I got from an Australian site (also doesn't use images) and see if I can come up with something. The only site I found that uses images, won't let you view their source code.

I'll start a new thread if I get any wheres and get stuck.
Feb 12 '07 #3

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