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The New York Times Touch Screen Sudoku


Play Sudoku with the features that the most serious Sudoku puzzlers demand.

New York Times Touch Screen Sudoku feature 835 puzzles by The New York Times Crossword Puzzle Editor Will Shortz: - Touch-screen technology and lightweight stylus make it easy to use anywhere. - Custom puzzle feature lets you input puzzles from books, newspapers, or magazines. - The puzzles herein have not appeared in The New York Times.

Buy Excalibur New York Times Deluxe Touch Screen Sudoku from Amazon.com. Happy Puzzling!

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Spring Sudoku Special


The Times Online has a special again with a lot of different Sudoku Puzzles (Classic, Children, Super Fiendish and Killer Sudoku’s).

On the front is a special Sudoku puzzles, that the teams in the World Sudoku Championships were solving. To solve this variant of Sudoku you have to place a digit from 1 to 9 into each triangular cell, so that it appears once in each outlined shape, and in one horizontal and two diagonal directions (jumping any gaps).

You can find more information and a link to download the Spring Sudoku Special (pfd format) [Read More...]


Number Maze – The New Sudoku ?


Yesterday I received an email from Mike Reilly who invents puzzles. The latest one is called Number Maze and can be found via his website at a special Number Maze website. As Mike calls it, Number Maze is a Sudoku-like maze puzzle that uses the number pattern from a clock face, one through twelve.

Players must link these numbers in either direction clockwise or counter clockwise through the maze to solve the puzzle according to the rules.

RULES 1. Place any number, from 1 to 12, in each square of the [Read More...]


Sudoku Necklace


Via Bright And Bold dot com you can buy a Sudoku Puzzle Pendant necklace featuring a replica miniature puzzle with a few handwritten numbers filled in to give you a head start.

The Sudoku is mounted in a rectangular silver-tone frame, sealed with clear resin, and strung on a black rubber cord with sterling silver lobster claw clasp.

Also dangling from the cord is a fabulously-detailed pewter pencil charm, poised for solving. The Sudoku Necklace measures 1-3/8″ by 1-1/4″ with an 18″ cord length and will cost you US$ 29.95. Happy Puzzling!



Puzzle Pen


What more do you want when solving Sudoku’s or crossword puzzles? A puzzle pen, so you can solve two puzzles at the same time.

ProInnovative offers promotional solution with products that range from stress relievers to toys to writing instruments. Well in this case a puzzle pen which they compare with rotating and sliding tiles like Rubik’s Cube.

Well I think this puzzle looks more like Smarty Rotator but that will their marketing. ProInnovative offer puzzle pen only with a minimum quantity of 250. Happy Puzzling!



Candy Drops – Online Puzzle Game


Candy Drops is an online puzzle game at a sponsored website by Wrigley Brand Candy.

The game Candy Drops is a Same Game variant. To score points in Candy Drops you have to make matches of three, four or five adjacent tiles (same candy) to score points. You’ll have to make as many matches as you can before time runs out (which is shown by bullets at the bottom of the screen. You can also earn extra time as your point total goes up.

To move the candy (by row or column) click first on the piece [Read More...]


More Bolleke Drink Coaster Puzzles


Last weekend I found two more Bolleke Beer Coaster Puzzles.

Rules for solving Bolleke Puzzles are certainly simpler than Sudoku. 1. Each row/column contains ten balls, five open and five solid balls. 2. Not more than two of the same balls (open or closed) may be next to each other horizontally and vertically. That’s all.

Here are the first and second Bolleke Puzzles I posted and their Solution (one and two).

I requested Belgian brewery De Koninck to send me the total number of Bolleke [Read More...]

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