Tag Archives: Non Consecutive

Weekly Kakuro (Cross Sums) #41 (SPECIAL!)

After a few weeks without Kakuro puzzles, this week I’ve prepared an extra special Kakuro puzzle: it’s a Non-Consecutive, Greater/Less Than, Odd/Even Kakuro puzzle! Rules: Solve the puzzle so that the numbers in every horizontal and vertical region add up to the sum indicated for that region. Numbers CAN NOT be repeated in any region. […]

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Non-Consecutive Sudoku Compendium

To the best of my knowledge, no book exists with non-consecutive sudoku puzzles. Well, that’s about to change NOW! I’ve prepared 150 Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles and put them in a book called “Non-Consecutive Sudoku Compendium”. This sudoku compendium is available as a paperback and can be purchased on Amazon. In this book you will find: […]

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Weekly Kakuro (Cross Sums) #23

Today I post another Non-Consecutive Kakuro. I hope you’ll enjoy solving it. Rules: Solve the puzzle so that the numbers in every horizontal and vertical region add up to the sum indicated for that region. Numbers CAN NOT be repeated in any region. Important: In this particular puzzle, any two horizontally or vertically adjacent cells […]

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Weekly Kakuro (Cross Sums) #14

A few important points today: 1. Today’s puzzle is a Non-consecutive Kakuro 2. I have changed the graphics of the puzzle so there won’t be too many black cells, I hope you like it better. 3. The puzzles will be available both as PDF and PNG from now on, so you can download whichever one […]

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Non-Consecutive and Killer Sudoku hybrid puzzle

Here is another unique puzzle – Non-Consecutive Killer Sudoku. If you ignore the non-consecutive rule, this puzzle has many solution. So, you must be careful not to place any two consecutive numbers next to each other! Then, the puzzle has a unique solution. Click on the puzzle thumbnail to access the puzzle. Tweet Enjoy!

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Clueless Consecutive Sudoku puzzle

How many Sudoku variants are there? I don’t know. To calculate, you’d have to multiply the number of overlapping types with the number of variants that impose additional constraints on each puzzle. I produce puzzles with 5 different constraints: Killer, Odd/Even, Greater/Less than, Consecutive, and Non-Consecutive. But then again, you can put an “X” on […]

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