Sudoku Zenkai

Sudoku Zenkai


If you are searching for a fine Sudoku game on Steam, like I was, you can stop doing so now.


In Sudoku Zenkai they let you play the way you like it. Choose what theme you want. Choose if you want to play with numbers, letters, colors, signs and more. Choose your difficulty. Choose the amount of help the game offers you. Make annotations (Yes, there are Sudoku games out there which let you play on extreme difficulties without letting you make annotations…). Solve the daily challenge and play with your friends in a co-op style of gameplay in order to solve the puzzle together.

Real player with 26.4 hrs in game

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Really versatile Sudoku simulator. The game offers small numbers to help you solve the puzzles and you can remove big numbers and small numbers you typed yourself alike. You can choose to use symbols instead of numbers and a lot of colour background options and methods of play. The daily challenges really want you to use your problem solving skills in these puzzles, so you better be prepared and practice a lot to master or else you may forget techniques to use. This game is recommended to all Sudoku fans, to ones who follow Sudoku Guy on Youtube or possibly the ones who want to extend their Steam library with more puzzle games into their collection.

Real player with 25.4 hrs in game

Sudoku Zenkai on Steam

Chesskoban - Chess Puzzles

Chesskoban - Chess Puzzles

A great puzzle, mixing chess and sokoban in very well done levels, for sure one of the best sokoban I’ve played. I highly recommend

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

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Sokoban + Chess is a perfect match. Recommended for everyone who likes puzzles.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Chesskoban - Chess Puzzles on Steam



Chessformer is a grid-based puzzle platformer with Chess pieces. Each of the pieces moves as expected, but they fall down after moving and can’t move again until they stop falling. Pieces also stack on top of each other which is key to solving most levels. The goal in each level is to capture the opposing king, who is lazy and never moves, so don’t worry about losing any pieces.

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Chessformer on Steam

Super X Chess

Super X Chess

An excellent game for chess variant enthusiasts.

Game play: This game sports multiple game rules and a plethora of new fairy pieces while still keeping the core of the game intact. The tutorial and the AI make learning the new rules easy and the game offers a lot of potential for improving your strategic thinking. The AI can be adjusted from easy to challenging and either side can be handicapped material. The new scenario selector offers additional opportunities for new and exciting situations to explore. There is also a list that lets you review the games you have played which is another major plus.

Real player with 245.9 hrs in game

The music choice for this chess game is really good, and the chess is… well, chess. and what could be better?

Real player with 19.2 hrs in game

Super X Chess on Steam

Lazy Chess

Lazy Chess

This is a great game. Just needs some UI tweaks to be amazing.

It’s worth its money.

Real player with 5.8 hrs in game

I hate the fact that you don’t have the option to just play regular chess. How hard would it be to add such option. Also it annoys me very much how you can’t just get rid of that stupid “You Won!” pop-up so you can just look at the board and go through the older moves. It HAS to analyze it online in a browser. Other than that, the game is a good way of learning chess for beginners.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

Lazy Chess on Steam

Puzzle & Chess

Puzzle & Chess

I’m a casual chess player.

After playing this game, I forgot how to play chess.

Real player with 1.8 hrs in game

I have played this game. It’s super fun. Admin is very cooperative with support. Nice attempt by him. All the best!

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Puzzle & Chess on Steam

The Steps as we know them

The Steps as we know them

The Steps As We Know Them is a nice restricted-movement path-finding puzzle game using some movements as per usual of chess pieces. While it uses the chess pieces and in some ways imitate the standard moving patterns of the pieces, the actual game has very little to do with chess. The game could be given a completely different skin and would still make perfect sense without the chess pieces.

Real player with 4.7 hrs in game

all I know about chess is how each piece moves, and it’s more than enough for the steps as we know them. in fact, you can go in completely blind, as the game will tell you all the relevant rules as they come up.

6 worlds are laid out like chess boards connected with colored areas serving as separate puzzles. each world features a different chess piece, though their movement doesn’t immediately or always match the real thing. for example, the bishop moves like a pawn until it steps on a special purple tile that unleashes its signature diagonal move.

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

The Steps as we know them on Steam

Chess Brain: Dark Troops

Chess Brain: Dark Troops

What a good game. I liked the AudioDesign.

It was difficult for me at first, but I ended up getting the hang of it at the end

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game

Pretty easy, only got stuck on level 23. Dig the concept, hard to say whether this will improve my chess game until I play.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Chess Brain: Dark Troops on Steam

Chess Brain

Chess Brain

This game has interested chess related puzzles. To see everything moving and trying to figure out next move is challenging. Sometimes it melts your brain making calculations for every move, and because of that, I love this game.

I really wanted to see a sequel for this game. :)

Real player with 2.3 hrs in game

Short chess puzzle game about finding the right path through a board without encountering an enemy piece. Good. Level reset and you can redraw your path as many times as you need to.

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Chess Brain on Steam

Non-Euclidean Chess

Non-Euclidean Chess

Pretty dang good. I want knights to jump over gaps in Slider Chess. But, other than that I’m just looking forward to more. Kinda funky how there’s 4d chess, aptly named Chesseract, but no 3d or 1d which seem much easier to implement and understand.

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Very solid game, especially for early access, lots of fun ideas with this one and the dev team is pretty quick to fix the bugs once they are notified.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Non-Euclidean Chess on Steam