This time, it’s a smaller (and much cheaper) book than the first book of trigons and the big book of trigons I published before.

**Numerous new designs and patterns** of trianglons feature in this book! The combinations are endless and they never become boring.

There are altogether 67 puzzles in this little book which is 6″x9″ in size, so it is easy to carry around with you on the beach or wherever you will be solving the puzzles this summer. 10 puzzles are 0 to 5 and out of those 10, 9 of them are the so called Zero Trigons, which are more difficult to solve! Then, there are 53 “standard” trigons, 0 to 6 in size, and 6 of them are Zero Trigons (some trigons sums in the puzzle are unknown at the start!). At the end, there are 4 puzzles 0 to 7 and one of them is a “zero”.

One thing is for sure – for it’s size, **this book surely packs a punch**! You will be challenged!

- 50 classic (aka “vanilla”) outside sudoku puzzles in all levels of difficulty
- 30 outside jigsaw sudoku
- 10 outside diagonal sudoku
- 10 outside odd-even sudoku
- 10 outside consecutive sudoku
- 10 outside non-consecutive sudoku
- 5 outside hyper sudoku
- 5 outside twodoku
- and one bonus puzzle

For a total of 130 Outside Sudoku puzzles (plus the bonus one).

What are you waiting for?

]]>This time, it’s a Samurai X book, which is waaaay overdue (and I mean: years), but hey, better late than never, right?

So, 100 Diagonal Sudoku Samurai puzzles of all difficulties in a book for just $9.99, that’s a great deal! Oh, and it’s printed in a large font, which makes it easy on your eyes.

]]>First up is a new volume of Double Samurai Sudoku Harakiri, however, this time, it’s a COMPENDIUM, which means it contains variants of the Gattai-8 overlapping sudoku samurai puzzles.

So, in this book there 30 classic Harakiri Sudoku puzzles, 10 Diagonal Harakiri Sudoku X, 10 Consecutive Harakiris, 10 Non-consecutive Sudoku Harakiri puzzles, 10 Jigsaw Sudoku Harakiri puzzles, 10 Hyper Windoku Harakiris and 1 surprise Harakiri puzzle. The final puzzle is a surprise, but I think you might be able to already guess what it is.

Ok, now… I’ve never posted a Non-cons Harakiri before, so, here is one to try before you buy the book. Again, there are 10 of them in this new compendium.

I won’t explain what Non cons sudokus are, because if you don’t know, you should first try regular Non Consecutive Sudoku and only then move on to this big variant.

Click on the puzzle thumbnail to access the puzzle.

PDF Version of this puzzle: Non Consecutive Sudoku Harakiri (Double Samurai) puzzle in PDF.

]]>It will be another Zero Trigons Puzzle!

I strongly recommend you to get to know the trigons puzzles before you attempt this one. Read the rules of trigons and solve a small one. Then, get used to the “pointed tips trigons” and make sure you understand the rule. Finally, try the first Zero Trigons (555) before you try this bigger sibling!

Click on the puzzle thumbnail to access the puzzle.

PDF Version of the Zero Trigons 666 with pointed tips puzzle.

]]>Well… since that is the case, here is a multi sudoku (aka loco sudoku) triple puzzle consisting of one hyper sudoku, one diagonal sudoku and one consecutive sudoku. Remember, there are three puzzles with three different sets of rules, but the overlapping regions must conform to the rules of the overlapping puzzles. Most overlapping regions follow the rules of two puzzles but the central nonet of the whole puzzle belongs to all three constituent puzzles!

Of course, remember to use the Twin Nonets solving technique for this puzzle!

How do you like this sudoku variation?

Click on the puzzle thumbnail to access the puzzle.

PDF Version of this puzzle: Triple Multi LOCO Sudoku puzzle in PDF.

]]>The 2017 is at our doorstep and I’d like to wish you the very best for the New Year.

Amazon is currently offering discounts on some of my books, so in case you wanted to save a few $$$, here they are:

Best wishes and let the year 2017 be the best one you’ve ever had!

]]>These books don’t need too much introduction, they are all new volumes of my most popular titles.

Where do I begin? Here is The Way of Samurai, volume 9

Another book with Samurais, however, this one is full of Quad-Samurai aka Sumo Sudoku or Super Samurai:

Then, a jubilant 10th volume of the Revenge of Killer Sudoku series

And finally, a book with the most demanding and challenging difficult killer sudoku puzzles: Deadliest Killer Sudoku

Now, for real, that’s all for this season folks!

Have a great one!

]]>One is a book with Word Fill-ins puzzles, 100 of them. Large print, one puzzle per page.

And here is a book with 100 Number Fill-ins.

That’s all for this season folks, at least as far as the books are concerned. I wish you happy holidays and if you like my puzzles, please share them with your close ones.

Cheers!

]]>Here is volume 2 with 250 Word Search (aka Word Roundup or Word Sleuth) puzzles.

And also a new book with 250 Number Searches.

Two more books are coming in a few days…

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