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This project is connected to the SMILE project at the University of Agder. In order to deal with the continuously increasing level of complexity in software, we need to use higher levels of abstraction. By using models throughout the development process in language development, we can better handle this complexity. This report deals with modeling Sudoku by SMILE’s six aspects of a meta-model: structure, constraints, textual representation, graphical representation, run and transform. Both Eclipse and Visual Studio are used in the development, thus two different solutions are presented. The results are meta-models created in Eclipse and Visual Studio following the SMILE methodology. These meta-models provide an example of what can be achieved by applying SMILE. In addition the report provides some insight into several tools relevant to the area of work as well as a small user guide to some features of the software used.