TriDoku, Picross 2 and Samurai+variants books on Amazon!

Three very special books are now available on Amazon.

I don’t know where to start… all three contain only the best of puzzles I create!

  • Triangular Sudoku: 150 TriDoku puzzles
  • Picross, Hanjie, Griddlers, Nonograms, volume 2
  • and last, but not least
  • Samurai Sudoku and other puzzles variants, from Florence with love

Puzzles for all three books have been carefully selected and prepared. However, the “Samurai Sudoku and other puzzle variants” sudoku book is extra special. It contains more variants then any other book I’ve created. Sure, the focus is on Samurai Sudokus, including the Samurai Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles, but there are other kinds of puzzles too: Killer, Outside Sudoku, Jigsaw, Hitori, CalcuDoku, Kakuro, Flower Sudoku, Straights and much much more!

I tried to make this particular book more affordable than any other book so far. It’s dirt cheap!

These books will NOT be published through LuLu!

Hope you’ll like them! 🙂

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2 Comments

  1. Cyclone
    Posted October 4, 2010 at 2:14 am | Permalink

    Any chance we can get these Luluized? Maybe I’m spoiled, but I hate dealing with hard-cover books since I don’t want to write in the books personally, but rather to be able to get a fresh copy of the pages anytime I need them. I was considering the Hanjie one; I skipped the first because I have two of the apparently-now-defunct magazines which had some of the puzzles in the 130. When my situation improves, I might go back and buy it as well. =)

  2. Cyclone
    Posted October 4, 2010 at 10:40 pm | Permalink

    Ack, I guess I should read. Kinda sad they aren’t going to Lulu, I can’t get them then because I prefer digital copies in case I screw up a puzzle. It’s also too much work to convert them myself to digital form. *LOL*

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