Flash Post: It All Adds Up


Wooden Delux Sudoku Board Game

What It Is: A wooden Sudoku board that allows you to play the popular mind bender on a large, tactile scale. With two sliding drawers to store all your pieces, a stockpile of ‘games’ to get you started, and mini-blocks to let you keep tabs on your options, this is a fun and fresh way to experience this solo game.

Who It’s For: Your just-retired mom, to keep her brain sharp in her twilight years. Your just-moved-out brother, to furnish his place with something smart. Your just-opened-the-paper spouse, who is always quick to complete the daily puzzles.

What It Costs: $29.99

Where It’s At: Bits & Pieces

 

And for Rodial bonus entry seekers, tell me in the comments below, who would you gift this fancy Sudoku game board to?

Comments
29 Responses to “Flash Post: It All Adds Up”
  1. Grace F says:

    My father is a huge suduko fan…always looking to keep the old nogen sharp. This would definitely be up his alley. Another cool find Brittany!

  2. leah says:

    This would be perfect for my teenage son. He’s a sharp one and this one would keep his mind busy and mom’s too!

  3. My oldest son would love this. I love the cute little drawers. 🙂 Happy Saturday 🙂

  4. Joan G says:

    This would make a perfect gift for my best friend – she’s an avid Sudoku player.

  5. Victoria Ess says:

    My partner’s mother. She’s obsession with this game.

  6. Jennifer R says:

    I would give it to my kids!

  7. Juliee Fitze says:

    I would love it for myseft but would gift it to my friend ,

  8. henglish says:

    My daughter would love this.

  9. Julie G. says:

    I’d give it to my daughter – she enjoys sudokus.

  10. Dreena says:

    My son would like this Sudoku board.
    Thanks.

  11. janicour says:

    My husband is a huge suduko fan. I like this becuase it has storage space.

  12. Erika E says:

    I think my husband would like this a lot, I would gift it to him.

  13. Alison Braidwood says:

    I’d give this to my Dad. He’s just discovered Sudoku and is mildly obsessed with it.

  14. Beata D'Agostino says:

    I love sudoku but I would give it to my daughter to keep her out of trouble.

  15. Susan says:

    I haven’t gotten into the addiction that is Sudoku, but I know my mom would love this game! #CGG

  16. Jenny says:

    My Dad! He’s so smart so this would be fun for him!

  17. 3angels3 says:

    My Husband would love this game!

  18. Donnas says:

    My daughter is a Sudoku fan.I’d give it to her.

  19. This would be gifted to me! I love Sudoku!

  20. Angela G says:

    I would give it to my brother. I think he would like it.

  21. Elaan says:

    Probably my Mom. She loves puzzles!

  22. jcmoffatt says:

    I would share it with my two boys.

  23. Debbie Petch says:

    My uncle would love it!

  24. Alison K says:

    Find Of The Month: Rodial bonus entry #2: I would gift this fancy Sudoku game board to my mother ‘cos Sudoku is actually one of the games she likes to play & having the number so large would be helpful for her deteriorating eyesight.

    Thank you.

  25. Rose says:

    I would give it to my daughter. She loves Sudoku

  26. Holly Sproule says:

    Would definitly give this to my sister! She loves games.

  27. Tania B says:

    I would definitely give this to my hubby – he is far better with numbers than I am.

  28. Danielle says:

    I would give this to my mom.

  29. sarah perry says:

    I would absolutely love to receive this as a gift, but I would buy this for my mom 🙂

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