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Killer Sudoku Compendium: 101 puzzles of various deadliness

Here is something that all true Killer Sudoku fans will surely enjoy… a compilation of your favorite Killer Sudoku puzzles of all sorts and sizes! Most types of puzzles printed in this compendium cannot be found elsewhere! Needless to say, all puzzles are unique and never published before. 101 puzzles in 12 different categories, so […]

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Sudoku Straights

It’s only Wednesday, but I decided to present you with another Sudoku Straights puzzle. Remember that they are shown every Friday on the Daily Sudoku variants page. The rules: 1. Use numbers 1-9. Numbers cannot be repeated in rows/columns. 2. There are no nonets (3×3 boxes) like in other Sudoku puzzles. 3. Black cells do […]

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Happy New Year!

I hope you all had a nice Christmas and that you are enduring the cold weather well. Well, those in the Northern hemisphere anyway. 🙂 Let me tell you about the changes that I plan for 2009: There will be more Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles on the Daily Sudoku variants page. They will be accompanied by […]

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Introducing “Sudoku Sequences” or “Sudoku Straights”

Here is a brand new Sudoku variation as a special Christmas present. Hope you will like it. The rules: 1. Use numbers 1-9. Numbers cannot be repeated in rows/columns. 2. There are no nonets (3×3 boxes) like in other Sudoku puzzles. 3. Black cells do not contain numbers. Therefore, not all numbers 1-9 will appear […]

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How to solve Hidoku: “cornering” (or “dead-end”)

Here is an explanation of a Hidato solving technique that some people might find obvious and they use it without even thinking of it as a special technique. But, for those who still struggle with the more difficult puzzles, here is a quick guide of the technique that I call “cornering“. It can be used […]

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A new Hidoku puzzle – a difficult one this time!

Today I show you a bigger and more difficult Hidoku puzzle. To make sure you know what you’re solving, here are the (very simple) rules of Hidoku again: 1. It can be played on a square or rectangle of any size 2. Numbers from 1 to the size of the puzzle are used. For example, […]

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Hidoku

I told you there is something special coming today and here it is: my first Hidoku puzzle! These puzzles have been introduced earlier this year and it seems they’re catching on. They are being published under the name “Hidato” but I will have to use Hidoku. The rules of Hidoku (Hidato™): 1. It can be […]

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