Almost one year ago I wrote about Color Sudoku for your Mac already. From now on you can also play Online Color Sudoku. As the name already makes clear, color Sudoku is a variant of Sudoku with colors in stead of the regular figures from 1 to 9.
At the website you will find several color Sudoku’s. Some students of HGK Luzern (Lucerne University of applied science and arts) designed new color combination’s in a daily color Sudoku workshop. There are solutions for people with color perception problems. You can [Read More...]
Via a Pluto Puzzles you can now play Lexoku, which is a kind of Sudoku mixed with a crossword puzzle.
In Lexoku, Sudoku’s are mixed with crossword puzzles because in a crossword, new words crop up all the time. You might see a word like ‘oligarchy’ and think, what a cool word, I should try and use that in next week’s presentation to the board of directors. Sudoku offers none of that. Once you’ve done a few, it dawns on you that you’re putting the same numbers in a grid over and over again, just in a different order.
This [Read More...]
For all Sudoku lovers I found a great Sudoku website with a lot of different Sudoku’s for free. The website is called Sudoku Slam and offers not only different levels of Sudoku (Easy, Medium, Hard) but also several types of help which can be used like ‘Auto-fill in obvious numbers’ and ‘Disallow incorrect moves’. The function I like the most is ‘Highlight Candidates’, when you click on a number all the places on the board where the number could go are highlighted. This function can be used in many ways. The simplest is [Read More...]
Via MyPuzzle.org I found a nice online version of Sudoku for kids.
The Sudoku grid is 4×4 and has four colored squares of 2×2. For this Sudoku you’ll only have to use the digits 1 to 4. Each row, columns and colored square must contain one of each digit.
This kids version of Sudoku has three levels (easy, standard and difficult) and hasn’t (as far I found out) an unique solution for each puzzle as in original Sudoku’s.
Today I received an e-mail from Antony of ATK Solutions Inc. about their online Kakuro Puzzle Game (also known as Cross Sums) he programmed. As a person with passion for puzzles I checked this one out and I was surprised about the user friendliness of this online puzzle game.
It got everything to get you started from instruction, a practice round, and of course Kakuro puzzles in three different levels; easy, medium and hard. To solve the Kakuro puzzle you can enter the right figure into a [Read More...]
If you have a Facebook profile you can now add Sudoku Puzzles to your Facebook profile. The Sudoku’s are provided by Free Sudoku Puzzles and are rather easy if I may say so.
At Erasable Games Weblog you can find a lot of Sudoku’s in words and pictures. Almost all possible variant with Sudoku puzzles are explored. You can find Barcode Sudoku, Binary Sudoku, Crossword Sudoku, Sudoku in the Dark and much more. This weblog is really a kind of heaven for people who love Sudoku variants. Every time a watch a new entry on this weblog I am surprised. I wonder how long this will continue. Enjoy all Sudoku variants.