ZERO Killer Sudoku, Killer Samurai 3 and Jigsaw Sudoku 2 on Amazon

Here is a Christmas gift for you! Just in time for the holiday season, three new books have been published on Amazon:

  • First ever Zero Killer Sudoku: 101 puzzles – Maximum Challenge
  • Killer Samurai Sudoku vol. 3
  • Jigsaw Sudoku 160 very twisted puzzles volume 2
  • That’s right, I listened to your requests and have prepared a book full of only ZERO Killers and nothing else!

    These books will NOT be published through LuLu!

    This should take you through the holiday season. 🙂

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    14 Comments

    1. Sarah
      Posted December 11, 2009 at 11:04 am | Permalink

      Bit sad they won’t be available through Lulu. The shipping is prohibitive for those of us not in the US. I bought 5 books just last month to tide me over the festive season and am a very happy camper!

    2. DaveT
      Posted December 11, 2009 at 11:38 am | Permalink

      Many thanks Djape
      These are are my favourite puzzles
      They will help “kill” my 24 hour flight to Australia in February

    3. Deak
      Posted December 12, 2009 at 6:15 pm | Permalink

      Yeah, DJ…Why not publish on Lulu?

    4. zvifr
      Posted December 13, 2009 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

      I addict to Zero Killer Sudoku and wait every Sunday to the new Killer.
      Publish through Lulu is the most convenient and faster way for me to purchase this books.

    5. DaveT
      Posted December 13, 2009 at 3:36 pm | Permalink

      Hi Djape
      Today’s zero has more than one solution.
      The 12 box in the bottom center square can be 8,4 or 7,5 – both work
      Still think these are great puzzles,can’t wait for my book to arrive next month !!

    6. nikoli_freak
      Posted December 13, 2009 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

      DaveT

      I found a unique solution. The 12 box has 7,5 in my solution. So your other solution with 8,4 must be wrong. There must be two same digits in one of the rows, columns or 3×3 squares. Double (or triple) check it and you will see I am right!

    7. Olga
      Posted December 14, 2009 at 12:36 pm | Permalink

      It’s a shame, they can’t be purchased as downloadable files. I have been waiting for the Zero Killer book, as these are my favourite ones. Second favourite is Jigsaws, so would have been a nice present for me!
      But looks like I won’t be ordering them, as they’re from the US.
      Please, djape, change your mind and make them available for download!

    8. zvifr
      Posted December 15, 2009 at 9:38 am | Permalink

      Zero Killers are my favorites.

      Until now I ordered almost all your books from Lulu (as download files).

      Can you please change your mind and make at list the Zero Killer book available for download!

    9. Dave T
      Posted December 20, 2009 at 7:26 pm | Permalink

      Hi nikoli_freak
      Djape’s solution had 8,4 in the 12 box,
      8.4 and 7.5 both work in the 12 box
      these are great puzzles ,but this puzzle unfortunately has more than one answer.
      I am sure Djape will agree with me

    10. Posted December 21, 2009 at 8:50 am | Permalink

      Dave T,
      please provide the full solution that you have found. Partial solutions are not enough.

      Then we’ll have a look and see if you went wrong.

      Cheers!

    11. nikoli_freak
      Posted December 21, 2009 at 1:52 pm | Permalink

      Dave T

      Last time I checked djape’s solution, the 12 box (Column 6, Rows 7 & 8) was 5,7. You must have had plenty of drinks (or other substances) if you somehow found a “12 box” with 8,4 in there. 🙂

      I am 100% certain djape (and many other visitors) have worked out the correct unique solution like me, and you are the only one thinking that puzzle has more than one answers.

      Proof: you are the only one here making that complain. If there are indeed more than one answers, how come no one else made any complaint?

      But like djape said, just post your full solution with 8,4 in that 12 box, so we all can see where you went wrong.

      Here is the official solution from djape:

      351246789
      278159346
      469378125
      524763891
      136984257
      897521463
      742615938
      683497512
      915832674

    12. DaveT
      Posted December 21, 2009 at 5:31 pm | Permalink

      Hi Djape here are my two solutions

      571246389
      628319475
      439758126
      254673891
      163984257
      897521643
      742165938
      986437512
      315892764

      751246389
      928135746
      436897125
      245673891
      613489257
      897521463
      562714938
      374968512
      189352674

      Thanks for looking at them for me

      • Posted December 22, 2009 at 12:51 am | Permalink

        Dave, you must have guessed at some stage. The problem with the first of your solutions is that it doesn’t add up. The center 32/5 cage in your solutions adds up to 29, not to 32 as it should.

        I didn’t check the second solution, but I suspect it’s the same kind of problem.

        Good try though! 🙂

    13. Howard
      Posted December 25, 2009 at 11:17 am | Permalink

      Once it is on Lulu I will add it to my collection of DJAPE acquisitions – Books are no good as once I go wrong I want to start again – hence the value of a pdf.

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