As promised, I’m starting to post the flower sudoku puzzles here. They will be posted usually on Saturday’s.
Today’s puzzle is my first of this kind, it’s a
Nonconsecutive Flower Sudoku
for Saturday, February 2, 2008.
Rules: Solve the puzzle so that any two horizontally or vertically adjacent cells DO NOT contain two consecutive numbers (1 and 2, 2 and 3 and so on to 8 and 9). In this layout called “flower” sudoku, there are 5 Sudoku puzzles of standard size 9×9. They heavily overlap each other. In fact, the inner one is fully covered by the remaining 4.
Hint: Use the rule of Twin Nonets in order to solve the puzzle easier.
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2 Comments
Thank you! This is one I requested months ago, and I didn’t know if it was even possible to create it! I’m very impressed, and VERY HAPPY!
Amy
Whoo hoo! It only took me 2 days to get this one! Thank you sir, may I have another? 😉
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