The games at MathDoku are is loosely similar to killer Sudoku and based on the same rules of Kenken, an educational puzzle invented by Tetsuya Miyamoto in Japan. MathDoku games go by a number of names including KenKen, KenDoKu, kenduko, cancan, square wisdom, minuplu, calcudoku, Math Sudoku and latincalc. It is also slightly similar to a crossword or jigsaw puzzle since it requires trial and error to solve.
MathDoku features games in 4×4, 6×6, and 8×8 tables and each have difficulties ranging from easy, medium, hard, and no-op [Read More...]
Strip Sudoku is yet another Sudoku variant by ThePhoenix and has nothing to do with the Poker version with the same name.
Just fill each square in this grid with a digit from 1 to 9 so that, as in a standard Sudoku, no digit is repeated in any row, column, or 3×3 box (as marked off by shading in the grid). Each three-square strip (marked by heavy black lines) contains an S, M, and L-marked square, which stand for small, medium, and large. The S will be the smallest of the three digits in its strip, [Read More...]
Last month I already wrote about Giant Sudoku’s and suggested them to make the Sudoku’s not only printable format but available online.
Well at Giant Sudoku’s they have been very active and created some interactive versions of their Sudoku’s (4×4 to 36×36 and 9×9 Wordoku’s). You can not solve the puzzles online but the only application you’ll need is Microsoft Excel.
All other formats of Giant Sudoku’s are still online (like 16×16, 25×25, 36×36, 49×49, 64×64, 81×81 and 100×100, so Sudoku’s with grids from 256 to 10000 cells). Happy Puzzling!
Homeowner Dave Mackie, age 49, is trying to beat the property slump by becoming the first person in Britain to raffle his house in a Sudoku competition.
Anxious to emigrate, Dave is offering his £675,000 three-bedroom home in Hambleton near Blackpool, as top prize in an online contest after deciding to emigrate to Egypt
He hopes to get 14,000 people to each pay £50 to enter and solve the Sudoku puzzle. By this he hopes that the potential £700,000 raised will cover the £675,000 cost of the property as well as the £25,000 legal and advertising fees. According to [Read More...]
Trizm puzzles are logic puzzles with rules similar to Sudoku, but using triangles and colored crossbars instead of rows, columns and grids. At the Trizm Puzzle website you can find “How to Trizm”, here all the aspects of the Trizm puzzles are explained.
The Trizm puzzles website offers new puzzles every weekday that can be played online or printed. You can also subscribe by email for their monthly e-Zine which includes Sudokus and crosswords in addition to their own Trizm puzzles. Happy Puzzling!
Excalibur NY53 The New York Times Executive Touch Screen Sudoku is now available from Amazon.
Sudoku one of the hottest games in the world. - New York Times Executive Touch Screen Sudoku contains more than 800 puzzles, all selected by world-renowned puzzle expert Will Shortz - Easy to play with the included stylus forget the hassle of paper and pencil - Solve a square or whole puzzle with the touch of the stylus/ 4 different levels of difficulty.
If normal Sudoku’s are boring for you than you must visit this French website with Giant Sudoku’s. The site is in French but that shouldn’t be a problem as the numbers in French are the same as in English.
You will find Giant Sudoku’s in several sizes : 16×16, 25×25, 36×36, 49×49, 64×64, 81×81 and 100×100, so Sudoku’s with grids from 256 to 10000 cells. A new set of grids is proposed every week.
As far as I could see it was not possible to play online or easy to print the Sudoku’s, hopefully that will change soon.