Tag Archives: Samurai Sudoko

Why do I make puzzles? A brief history of Djape.net

A short answer to that question would be: because I enjoy doing it! … but here is a long version, too. Back in the summer of 2005 I realized that it’s about time I had my own website. At that point I had been computer programming for years and it kinda made sense that I […]

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Killer Sudoko puzzles are back. Samurai Sudoku will be back tomorrow.

As you have already noticed, the daily killer sudoku puzzles are back. The sudoko variants too. Samuri Sudoku and Diagonal Samurai Sudoko (overlapping Gattai-5 puzzles) are also back and will be updated tomorrow as per schedule. The missing Samurai X will be sent via newsletter. Some of you have already received it. In case you […]

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Comments on Daily Killer Sudoku and Weekly Samurai Sudoku

Long time ago, some 5 years or so, I closed down the comments on the daily killer sudoku page and the samurai sudoku page. Why I did that? Because there were too many comments and the pages were loading very slowly. This was probably the worst and most stupid thing I’ve done with this website, […]

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Samurai Sudoku game for Amazon™ Kindle™ by Djape

Finally, folks, here it is! I’ve been waiting to make this announcement for almost a year. My first Amazon Kindle interactive application (aka “active content”) has been published! Samurai Sudoku, 50 puzzles (A Puzzle Game for Kindle) This is a fully interactive game for Kindle. It is not just an e-book with images of puzzles; […]

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