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Category Archives: Sudoku Variants
Clueless LOCO Sudoku
Here is a new puzzle I think you’ll like. It’s another LOCO Sudoku puzzle, however, it is not in Samurai format, but for the first time, it is in Clueless Sudoku format instead. Before you try solving this puzzle, please become familiar with the Clueless Sudoku puzzles and with the Loco Sudoku puzzles, too. Just […]
Also posted in Free sample puzzles, Jigsaw Sudoku, Killer Sudoku
Tagged killer, samurai, variant
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New Overlapping Sudoku – Gattai 8
Hey, it’s been a while since my last post… September is the month which marks an anniversary of this website, so I’m gonna start posting more often and possibly, on some nonpuzzle related topics. Not sure yet, but it might happen. Stay tuned. Anyhow… Unless I’m mistaken, I haven’t posted a puzzle of this type […]
Wendy’s puzzle (triple loco sudoku)
Frame Jigsaw Sudoku
Here is another Frame Sudoku Sums puzzle, this time in Jigsaw Sudoku format! So, two distinct sudoku variants merged into one puzzle. Hard to find anywhere else but here, folks! ðŸ™‚ Let’s quickly recap the rules: the numbers outside of the grid tell you the sum of the 3 numbers closest to it. In a […]
Non Consecutive and Consecutive Sudoku
Here is another multi sudoku puzzle, although this one consists of just two overlapping sub puzzles with very similar rules. Top puzzle is non consecutive sudoku. Again, as many times before, I warn you: it looks like just vanilla sudoku, but you must follow an additional rule: two consecutive numbers cannot be placed orthogonally next […]
Also posted in Free sample puzzles
Tagged BRAIN, Consecutive Sudoku, DIFFICULTY, Non Consecutive, Non Consecutive Sudoku, PDF
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Loco Sudoku
Are you ready for this!? ðŸ™‚ After my first Multi Sudoku, here is another one… this time I labeled it “Loco Sudoku”, because, really, it is MAD! ðŸ™‚ Just as in the first Multi puzzle I posted, this is a Sudoku Samurai variation, where each constituent overlapping sub puzzle has different rules. This time they […]
Also posted in Free sample puzzles, Jigsaw Sudoku, Killer Sudoku, Samurai sudoku
Tagged killer, samurai
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Multi Sudoku
Ladies and gentlemen! ðŸ™‚ I am really pleased to present you with a unique puzzle. Perhaps you might think this is nothing special, but for me it is, it was not so easy to make this! It’s my first ever MULTI SUDOKU (SAMURAI)! It is sometimes also referred to as “Loco Sudoku” and it sure […]
Also posted in Free sample puzzles, Jigsaw Sudoku, Samurai sudoku
Tagged samurai, variant
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Frame Sudoku
Super Samurai Sudoku 13 grids
Some people consider Sudoku Samurai puzzles too big; some other people prefer even bigger puzzles. If you belong to the second category, here is an overlapping sudoku variants puzzle for you: 13 grid Sudoku (Gattai13) laid out in a quadruple Samurai Sudoku format. Essentially, there are 13 Sudoku subpuzzles which overlap the same way as […]
Also posted in Free sample puzzles, Samurai sudoku
Tagged gattai, harakiri, overlapping sudoku, PDF, samurai, Samurai Sudoku, Sudoku Gattai, Sudoku Samurai, Sudoku Variants, Super Samurai, Super Samurai Sudoku, variant
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Odd Even Sudoku
Merry Christmas to all who celebrate this day! ðŸ™‚ As a small gift for you, I’ve prepared an oddeven sudoku variation puzzle. It’s not the first odd even puzzle I ever posted, but it is the first plain odd even sudoku. And to spice things up a little bit, this is a very difficult odd/even […]
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Tagged BOOK, EASY, free puzzle, free puzzles, INSANE, IQ, Merry Christmas, odd even, odd/even, solving technique, swordfish, technique
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