Sudoku’s For Your Amazon Kindle

By |2018-05-08T01:13:36+00:00May 28th, 2009|All Puzzles, Kindle Puzzles, Sudoku Puzzles|6 Comments

Do you have an Amazon Kindle? (there is also a Kindle Wireless Reading Device (6″ Display, Global Wireless, Latest Generation) available),  than you can now sharpen your mind and strengthen your logic skills with Sudoku logic puzzles complete with step-by-step deductive solutions for every puzzle.

Broaden your logic skills with new puzzle types or more challenging puzzles. In this series, puzzle difficulty ranges from Challenging to Tournament. A second version of
every puzzle is provided showing the empty locations that need to be filled in by the first three steps of the deductive solution to help puzzlers get started on a solution. For educational use with students, as well as beginning solvers who have little experience working these types of logic puzzles, the step-by-step deductive solutions contains a third version of each puzzle that can be used to find the solution. This version of the puzzle has the step number noted in every empty location indicating the step number at which the value in that location can be logically deduced, given that all previous steps have been correctly solved.

You can print any version of a puzzle by photocopying your kindle showing the puzzle rather than working them out on scratch paper.
– Play Sudoku on your Kindle 2 – Vol 1 of 3 (10 Sudoku Games)
– Sudoku Logic Puzzles, Vol 2, (CT) (Sudoku: Challenging and Tournament)
– Play Sudoku on your Kindle 2 – Vol 3 of 3 (30 Sudoku Games)

Buy a Kindle Wireless Reading Device from Amazon.com. Happy Puzzling!

Check out : Crossword Puzzles for Kindle and Mental Math Challenge for Kindle

Tags: Sudoku | Kindle

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6 Comments

  1. cole haan leather cover April 28, 2010 at 13:41

    Excellent work buddy, keep writing.

  2. Christophe April 15, 2011 at 18:29

    Strimko, an amazing variation of Sudoku is now available on the Kindle. you should try it as it was originally conceived by the Grabarchuk familly.

    http://www.amazon.com/Strimko/dp/B004MWM0SC

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