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The rules of Zengaku are very simple:
- The numbers 1 through 9 must appear exactly once in every column and in every row.
- Numbers in a column must sum to the number above them.
- Numbers in a row must sum to the number to their left.
- A circle joining any two squares indicates that the digits in those squares must be consecutive.
- Squares which are not joined by a circle must not have consecutive digits.

Zengaku comes with the following features:
1. 250 levels, split across 3 difficulty levels plus 2 sets of mini-puzzles to get you started.
2. Zoomable game field to make entering digits easier. You can use a double tap or pinch gesture.
3. Ability to enter multiple notes into a cell to keep track of possible answers.
4. A check button to verify your answers whenever you're ready.
5. Puzzle progress is saved for each started puzzle.
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