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Giveaway of the day — Tabbles Home 3.1

Tabbles is a tagging software that allows to tag any kind of file, emails and bookmarks.
$29.00 EXPIRED
User rating: 194 (32%) 419 (68%) 36 comments

Tabbles Home 3.1 was available as a giveaway on November 12, 2014!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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A stand-alone mind map software.

Tabbles is a tagging software that allows to tag any kind of file, emails (in Outlook), and bookmarks. It helps you to organize them independently from folders and find them when you don’t remember where they are, but only what they are about.

Tabbles allows you to combine tags with a few mouse clicks, immediately finding the file, regardlessly of what folder or disk it is stored on. It even tells you what drive you need to connect, in case the file is archived on a disconnected drive. Its advanced features include auto-tagging based on rules, tag-sharing (to collaborate with your colleagues) and tagging of files that are cloud-sync’ed (with Dropbox, Onedrive etc.).

Key Features:

  • Tag any file, emails (in Outlook), bookmarks.
  • Automatic tagging based on rules (file name, file location or regular expressions).
  • Tag files in network and removable drives, and archived on CD/DVDs.
  • Combine tags to describe the files you are looking for, dynamically compute combinable tags to help you refine your search.
  • Share tagging and collaborate with colleagues.
  • Tag files on cloud synchronization services (such as Dropbox or Onedrive).

System Requirements:

Windows Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1

Publisher:

Tabbles

Homepage:

http://tabbles.net/

File Size:

7.24 MB

Price:

$29.00

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#34

I doubt this will get approved as its for an old giveaway, and secondly if it does, no-one will read it. However, it was interesting to see my comment got downvoted to oblivion.
XP is no longer protected, and news articles like this show its a dangerous OS to use:
http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/391636/microsoft-fixes-19-year-old-windows-bug-but-what-about-xp

This is why I said about not using XP and moving to Windows 7. People moan about slow XP but there is usually a reason for this - 8000 malware apps running in the background, usually. A new PC for Windows 8 can be gotten from eBay for approx £50 (even I flog them on there!) so why would anyone use XP? Its 14 years old!

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Locke  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

Chris Locke,
It's just a publicity stunt (marketing move)

Reply   |   Comment by Dimma  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Dimma, Crikey - diggin' up an old comment!

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Locke (CS Computer Services)  –  3 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#33

Installed, but I can't get the regitration to work? Anyone else had this problem? is there a fix??

Reply   |   Comment by Chuck Brotman  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#32

I run Win XP SP3. (Win 7 is a PitA.) A MS update wiped out my .Net4.

TCtS, try free Glary Quick Search for one of the two fastest file/folder search utilities out there that doesn't index. (The other is MasterSeeker which is also great, but requires .NET3.5 or up.)

Reply   |   Comment by Stephen B. Cohen, Ph.D  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#31

#8 Giovanni Dr Freebies (Freebies' Scientist and GURU)

I can live with " Dr Freebies' " but, although what follows (Freebies' Scientist and GURU) is only meant in gest, its almost frankenstien-ish

Once again Giovanni, You have found something that proves to be a Genuine GEM, namely http://qttabbar.wikidot.com/qttabbar

qttabar makes M$ Windows more User Friendly

Reply   |   Comment by Peter C  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#30

@11 Utna

Did you also use CP/M ? With the qdos error's
It was quite nice: if you want to use another disk, 180Kb, you had to reboot the machine. And I learned Cobol on that machine.
After that I worked with Dos 2.11 and so on. Also I worked with Windows 2.1 with a CGA-video with 4 colors.
Also with portable machine's, 13Kg

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#29

Looked really interesting but the last thing I'm going to do is allow the cloud any access. Thank you though. I check every day. Thanks all for comments - very helpful.

Reply   |   Comment by sales2  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#28

Hi, nice to see side-walk debate about good old WinXP.., Windows I practically grated my teeth on:) over years, (starting like most with 95) and for me at least first truly decent graphically. But nostalgia apart - valuable remainder from Experts/Geeks/Gurus to point out on occasion like today that one should think twice before 'upgrading' straight from XP to7, or later only because it's no longer supported and to some degree unworkable 'office environment. Not quite so! True, more and more Giveaways (like Tabbles Home 3.1 for one) only go back as far as Vista, if that, but much better way is to employ Win7 a.s.o to work as 'multi boot setup' in virtual environment - still keeping WinXP! That advice is not for high Techs, but really 'regular' home users. So many Programs and especially Games(!!) will struggle, or not work at all on newer (to XP) Windows. Ideally of course is to keep few machines with older Windows (for fun and functionality, as it's mentioned today), or at least one (my case where big bulky older PC still has WinXP SP2, not even 3 on purpose!:) and another one (laptop for instance) with newer system for understandable reasons. My 1 cent:)

Reply   |   Comment by fran  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#27

To dadams: Am currently running various flavors of Win7 on 4 PCs, but still have two computers running XP SP2. The first time I heard that Net Framework 4.0 would not run on XP SP2, I was surprised, because I already had Net Framework 4.0 installed on my XP SP2. I had installed software that required Net Framework 4.0 to work properly, and when the install checked to see if it was present and found it was not, it installed it, and then proceeded with its own install. I did later have tax software requiring Net Framework 4.0 that would not install on XP SP2 without a registry hack, and the company said that it was because I didn't have at least XP SP3, which they said Microsoft had told them was required for Net Framework 4.0 to be installed. Bottom line for me was that if the software checked to see if Net Framework 4.0 was installed before proceeding with its own install, it would install and the software would work just fine, but if it checked the operating system first, the install routine would immediately stop and the install would close. Don't know whether this has any relevance to today's software, and I don't mean to start another debate about which Windows version is best, but I definitely have Net Framework 4.0 installed on my XP SP2 - for whatever value it may have for you and anyone else still running XP XP2 in the future...

Reply   |   Comment by Sparky  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#26

This is a case where some screenshots would have really helped me decide whether or not I wanted to try this program.

Reply   |   Comment by Matt  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#25

I am a great fan of "Total Commander" file manager and its kind of tagging feature. I does everything you'll ever need, form copying (with many options such as only newer files etc), moving, compressing, launching of programs, direct decompression (zip, arc, rar etc) making compressed files appear as folders, with possibility to add (copy to) or delete files from the archive, various file viewers (even image, ms word or pdf viewer plugins), mass renaming, manage all files/folders attributes, accessing network, external disks, USB keys, making FTP, searching files or by content, compare files or folders, synchronize folders, bookmark folders. You can have many folders opened at once, each in its own tab. In the DOS days, and windowos 3.x, I was using Norton Commander. Total Commander is Norton Commander power 3.

About tagging, there is a kind of tagging feature in TC, consisting of notes that your can attach to any file or folders. These notes can be of several lines. Simply hovering your mouse on a file or folder makes the note attach to it appear in a balloon. You can edit the notes at will, or see them all at once (per folder), as they are all written in a single text file per folder, named descript.ion. You can search within that file with any editor, or edit directly in it. I don't let any file without its description which tells me what this file is for, what password is needed, where it comes from (urls, cd, result of a conversion with program x or y and so on). You can make a search by content on all the descript.ion files in your system to find back what you need. To add a note to a file or folder, just hit Ctrl+Z and an edit window opens. Finish by clic save or hit F2.
Total commander costs less than 30$ for a lifetime licence. But you can download it and use it freely, with some nagging screens. Very low in resources and small (3.2 M). 32 and/or 64 Bits. there are sites with lots of plugins. www.ghisler.com

Reply   |   Comment by Roland  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#24

I need something that works with Windows Live Mail. This seems to be the way Microsoft is headed with their e-mail and away from Outlook.

Reply   |   Comment by Patrick McNamara  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#23

I have been involved in data storage management for decades. I love the concept of Tabbles so Much I have purchased(multiple times by mistake).
Here is a "simple" example of the problem Tabble addresses:
file named yyyy_mm_dd_taxinformation.pdf located in folder yyyy
I would like to access via tax or date and Tables provides that ability
another example Photos
I save in yyyy-mm-dd folders but would love to access all the pictures of my wife. Tabbles does that.

Installation can be an issue with SQL but support is great! I give a thumbs up for people to TRY this product.
a couple of prerequisites.
1. you must have a lot of files
2. you would like to access files by multiple naming conventions (meta data)

I have TB's of data including many external 500GB and MultiTB external drives (internal drives =10TB)

Reply   |   Comment by Bob Levy  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+16)
#22

#11 Utna.
Really enjoyed your comment, I'm also 72 and been computing since the mid-1970s with a stack of old computers around the place.
Did my postgraduate studies in Windows 3.1 it was a really stable OS it had no registry to contend with, so the comments often seen here complaining that they lost their system were unheard of, how different than today.

One OS I would really have liked to see succeed was IBM's OS/2 Warp, it left Windows for dead.
To give an example, bearing in mind that memory was incredibly expensive then, running some of the games in Windows was almost impossible owing to memory shortage.
On my OS/2 Warp on the same hardware I had a very memory intensive Windows game playing in a small window on the screen, it was formatting a floppy drive and was running an OS2 word processor program all at the same time and it never blinked, absolutely no loss of responsiveness.
You can still get copies of this OS at the following link:-
https://archive.org/details/IBMOS2Warp4Collection

Avid Gamer #15 made a good point regarding the cost of hardware, particularly the peripherals such as printers, scanners etc which seem to need to change with every upgrade of Windows.
My favourite printer runs on a Windows 95 machine, the ink cartridges cost about $4 each they don't have any built-in electronics to falsely tell me they are empty.

#8 Giovanni.
Nowadays using XP is like open the doors to hackers and thieves out there!!
Not quite true, I put guards on my door!!!

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)
#21

Thank you for all of the suggestions for an alternative and upgrading to XP SP3. I did try to upgrade to SP3 both from an online update and I downloaded the upgrade and attempted to install it. In both cases the upgrade failed and I had to reboot back to SP2. This was a long drawn out process so I never bothered to try again. I do have a Windows 8.1 laptop so I'm not completely in the stone age.

Reply   |   Comment by dadams  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#20

Karl thanks. For info and warning.
I'm so in need of file-organising in a 1995+ method.
that I almost install 'anything'
[Thanks for nothing µSoft. The file-explorer of Vista and later can even do less than untill XP!?]
I'll have a look at suggestions of XP-Man and others.

Reply   |   Comment by Cas  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#19

No SQL for me.
Microsoft SQL introduced big problems into my PC because it killed some Microsoft Visual C++ which in turn mad many software un-useable.
Store tabs in the cloud? No thanks.
The idea is that you tag a file with Tabbles so that you can find it.

But we have no problem organising files by folders and naming them well so that they are easy to find.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#18

12. niceguy


Do you know that using a BRAIN is not an option?

The main use of this app is to manage files by using tags and Q-dir is a file manager tool as well.

I've just said that I prefer Q-dir bcs is more comprehensive.

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#17

Don't use Outlook - I use Win Live Mail - & (as I have found on many occasions) does not play well with Outlook's previous settings. Thanks, but no thanks today GOTD & thank you for the offering Yellow blue soft - I am retired now & would like to see things to make my life easier & NOT something I have to spend whatever time I have left trying to 'learn' -before- I can use (and before you react - I retired from working with & beta testing operations of computers & software from 1969 to now (YES - card-reading Mainframes thru every ver of DOS, Apple, Mac, Tandy and more !!!) Here is my advice - simplify & make whatever you want "INDISPENSABLE" to users & business alike - try to listen to what these people commenting are "really" saying & NOT just the comments. Have a great day ;)

Reply   |   Comment by Thomas Roberts  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#16

Oh, and I DESPISE Windows 8! That should have ONLY been released for tablets and touch-screen equipped laptops and NEVER for desktops. A serious mistake on part of MS (IMO). Haven't personally seen 8.1 or 8.1.2 that Karl uses so can't say if it's any better for mouse users rather than touch-based users... Hate that design! I will skip over 8.* and likely go for 10 when 7 becomes unsupported...

Reply   |   Comment by Avid Gamer  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#15

@dadams:
As already mentioned a few times, this GOTD requires Vista+ so us XP users are left out in the cold...

@Chris Locke:
He hasn't upgraded likely because every Service Pack you install slows the computer down, each increasing the starup time of the computer (I've installed SPs 2 & 3 on a computer for a friend and noticed the computer getting slower with each SP installed-so much so that I didn't need a stopwatch to see the difference!).

@Everyone:
I personally haven't upgraded to Vista, much less 7 because of the hardware I have doesn't support anything over XP. Upgrading to 7 requires buying a motherboard to replace mine (that DOES support 7+), then buying a CPU and new RAM for the new motherboard, THEN buying the 7. It'd cost more than I can personally afford as I have 5 computers total to "upgrade" (each has its own specific task that I built it for).
On a side note, I know somebody who claimed they bought a Windows 7 (Refurb) (Dell?) from Walmart for like $99 (online only I think?). I know a friend who bought a refurb Dell for around $150 off eBay. So that's what I'm considering when I can come up with the extra money... Seems the cheapest way out.

Reply   |   Comment by Avid Gamer  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)
#14

I've got Tabbles portable 2.0.6 installed. Have had other versions before. Though I don't really use it, I do keep it installed. I think it's very good, worth having.

"Tabbles Cloud: this is an experimental feature, which is not meant for daily use. It is a version of Tabbles which spares you from having to install Sql Server, and runs on our remote server. This is much slower and frequently hangs, so please consider this only as a demo of Tabbles, which is easy for you to try. In the future, we plan on making the Tabbles Cloud option usable."
http://tabbles.net/blog/tabbles-3-is-here/

To be honest, installing Sql Server is not a big deal. If you're unable to do that, you probably don't need more advanced file management software such as Tabbles.

@Henk: I've used "TaggedFrog" before. It's good, but there were limitations. The 'tag cloud' wasn't fully visible when there were a lot of tags. It was fairly basic, really, not comparable to Tabbles.

Reply   |   Comment by AK  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#13

to dadams ... as mentioned you should be on XP SP3 with all other updates to date installed. SP2 is not suggested and just about any pc that has XP SP2 can install SP3 .. it works well and you can then install the .Net 4.0 which also works just fine with SP3 .. One caveat is if you are running an AMD CPU ... sometimes the SP won't play well with it.

Reply   |   Comment by bruce  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#12

@Giovanni: What have Q-Dir and gttabbar to do with this giveaway??? Nothing - you are comparing apples with pears.

Reply   |   Comment by niceguy  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#11

@ XP users in this thread.

Hi,

I am an old horse in the IT community, being 72 next year, and in the job since 1969. I remeber times where there were no virussen, no malware and no hackers very well. At that time I started programming, and it still keeps my brain fit.

I am a nerd, a freak, a Guru, whatever you like to call me. I have more computers in my small appartment as amany small business in their office, and YES, I am a retro minded person with his mind and visions beamed forward.
I run occasionally all "old" OS I have. And it may soun#d funny for many people, that my favourite OS STILL is W98se. And even friends are astonished how quick this w98se is. OK, it can no longer go iNet, as there is no browser that runs on it. no problem. My w98se not even uses a firewall and no anti-virus-software. There are a lot of disadvantages, of course, it only runs HDDs up to 2GB on a P133 with 64MB-RAM.
Of course I have an updated winTEN64bit that runs 16GB-RAM, I have any OS running, on hardware or as VM - except rotten apples; I prefer pears.
Still in daily use is win2k and around 15 XP, just for fun "without anti-virus-software.

My network is 24/7 online. I am still waiting for the apocalyptic scenarios to happen, but all time invested in checking my hardware with Live-CD.antivurus-software brings NO results. Of course I get a great lot of rubbish via email - but I know how to handle that.

In my life time I had 4 times "troubles". All were my own fault. 3 times it were my own buddies and kids, that came with CDs from friends and did not check them and disobeyed my security orders.
the 4th time I did let me send a "funny" email. It was soon clear that the attachment was "dangerous". Some weeks later I had the idea to extract the attachmant in a Sanbox in VM (!!). All went fine. And ther I felt safe to run the "exe". Of course this went wrong, despite all info that such things can not happen in sandbox or VM. I pressed the power button. It was a rootkit. 3 apps were affected. Not more. It took my 2 days to clean up the mess.

IMHO most of the apocalyptic tales are only to bring people away from old software. There are some prophets yelling in the dessert that you should start running Linux. Linux IS good, it is a lot safer .- no question, it looks good, it has fine software, but at the moment ONLY 1,4% use Linux. Open Source is such a good and fair idea, but ..... this world is NOT made for fairness, and open source programmers NEED money, not only to live. And that is the reason for all troubles. They all want to have big financial results and big words of hail on colorfull web pages .... Can anyone tell me what the sense is of multi million apps in app stores?? And another question: Why are the best and reliable restore and undelete utilities those written on root surface - that means: theyare in fact DOS programs .......

I hope your brains start glowing and give you some light.

Have a nice day

UTNA

I know, this all is out of topic.....

Reply   |   Comment by Utna  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+91)
#10

@dadams:

You may check a freeware called TaggedFrog: http://lunarfrog.com/taggedfrog/
This is suitable for XP SP2 too

Reply   |   Comment by Henk  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)
#9

Note from the developer:

Tabbles is different frome the typical GAOTD software and is more oriented to professional and corporations.

It requires whether a Microsoft SQL Server or that you use our "Cloud" (where only files' names and paths will be stored).
Feedback is appreciated, please through our website http://tabbles.net

-Andrea

Reply   |   Comment by Andrea @Tabbles  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+38)
#8

Personally I use "Q-Dir" as file management app, so don't need a tool like today's giveaway.

However, "TagSpaces" does even more for FREE (supports over 50 file formats, as well as Chrome Extension, Firefox Add-On, Android App and Mac OSX):

http://www.tagspaces.org

But if you like a different approach, my suggestion is to give this FREE GEM a try:

http://qttabbar.wikidot.com/qttabbar

As you can see it can create TABS for Windows Explorer, for faster navigation and folder access to your favorite files & directories.

This way, you can quickly switch between them, performing various operations as well (copying files and/or comparing themy) without the need to open a new window for every folder opened: cool, isn't it?

Of course it requires .Net Framework to work properly but, apart from Dadams and a few other ones out there, most people use W7, especially those who surf the web every day.

Nowadays using XP is like open the doors to hackers and thieves out there!!

^_^

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni Dr Freebies (Freebies' Scientist and  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+77)
#7

When I first saw today's offering I was really pleased, some new method of organising my files and interests but decided not to bother once I saw the cloud was involved and the fact that it will not work with XP.

For those who are looking for some method of organising their information in a convenient form the following two programs may be useful, I'm very impressed with the first one which I use regularly.
https://www.zotero.org/
This integrates very well into your browser and into my MS Word and has proved a really solid piece of programming.

The second program is useful for collaboration within groups, it does mind maps and all sorts of things to help organise information, it is more complex in its use than the one above but some may find it useful.
http://www.docear.org/software/download/

Today's offer would be great if I could store my information locally and would work in XP, plus an improvement in its handling of PDF files as pointed out by #2 Karl.

Could use it in my almost untouched Win 7 hard drive, but no the Cloud put me off.

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+75)
#6

Cloud Service or SQL database - both are out of question so this program is unusable.

Reply   |   Comment by notforus  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)
#5

Dadams- One would have to ask why you're not on Windows 7 as well as why haven't you at least upgraded to XP SP3.

Reply   |   Comment by Chris Locke  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-28)
#4

I agree with dadams, but in a different way! GAOTD usually gives away fairly decent software! But today's software giveaway, is nothing to write home about! But, I always come back to this site, to check on the give away every single day!

Reply   |   Comment by Bill  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-38)
#3

Question:

Their WS states Tabbles is free for personal use, which includes the sharing feature for 90 days and the Outlook Plugin (which is still in beta.) What features are actually included...and for how long?

Reply   |   Comment by Chewy  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+19)
#2

Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.2 Pro 64 bit system.

An Italian(?) company with names, but no address:
We are a small, dynamic and international team who is wondering why file-management is lagging 30 years behind and no one seems to care or even notice. We do.

During the installation process another name: David Kerr.

With their claim, they are right in parts. There does exist professional file management since long, but expensive on a company level. For the home user, a good file management system is rare. IMHO due to the reason, that the average user does not really need a complicated file management.

And here comes Tabbles, a software which has been promoted already in 2009 and 2010 - as it seems, with no real success.

Before starting the software you register in the "Tabbles Cloud" service, this means that ALL information about your files is sent to some external server, which you cannot control. This is one possibility, the other is, that you use the SQL database on YOUR local Windows SQL server. If you have any running.

The third logical component, a local miniSQL on your home computer is non existing.

You create an user, you log in and now you can "tabble" your files.

A resizable workspace opens, you see the file structure, you can define your own database subset, eg. books and you can tag (connect) the database book with an ebook "Tales", for example.

You can share with other users now this "address" of the file. This is rather complicated for an inexperienced user. You need some database know how.

And immediately comes a negative point for me - this is a killer argument. With PDF's it gives you only the file name, it does not extract the internal PDF info as author, publisher, number of pages or whatever is stored in the PDF header. You cannot add additional information to this file - at least I did not find a way to store additional info.

A file management system, aimed for use with more than one user, using an insecure cloud - if you don't have and SQL server.

For the inexperienced user a steep learning curve, for the experienced user missing the features for a real file retrieval system.

What a pity! A good idea to add other programs to the file management world, but this does not fit in MY wishes - and sorry, I would not use a cloud service from an unknown company.

Uninstalled via reboot - but really: install it, use it and test it, to get a feeling what file management could mean.

... today is Wednesday

Reply   |   Comment by Karl  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+151)
#1

The last time this was offered was 2010. You can read the comments here.

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/tabbles-home/

One thing to consider is it required Net Frame Work 4.0. So I'm out of luck with my XP SP2 system. I'm not sure if that is still the case. Either way I appreciate the efforts of the GOTD team and the offer from
Yellow blue soft.

Reply   |   Comment by dadams  –  4 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
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Sudoku Deluxe VIP Giveaway
A logic-based puzzle game to fill a 9x9 grid with numbers.
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