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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 (Gattai-13) laid out in a quadruple Samurai Sudoku format. Essentially, there are 13 Sudoku sub-puzzles which overlap the same way as in Samurai Sudoku. So it is like having 4 Samurai Sudokus on top of each other! Or, 2 Sudoku Harakiri puzzles side by side!

Super Samurai 13 grid Sudoku

(click to download or right-click to save the image!)

Super Samurai Sudoku 13 grids

To see the solution to this puzzle click here
What do you think? Should I make them even bigger? 🙂
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  1. enxio27
    Posted October 3, 2013 at 9:25 am | Permalink

    This puzzle format is usually referred to as a sumo. I like the multi-grid puzzles for occasions when I have more time to kill (doctor’s office, etc.). Yes, please keep making these!

  2. Ernie
    Posted December 8, 2013 at 11:16 am | Permalink

    Could we get a version that can be opened and solved in a spreadsheet? If it’s already available, how do we download?

  3. Brent
    Posted January 1, 2014 at 4:19 pm | Permalink

    A combination of this with the “clueless sudoku” would be interesting 🙂

  4. Rick Nakroshis
    Posted February 17, 2014 at 2:53 pm | Permalink

    I would be very interested in seeing a version with diagonals. These tend to be tougher, so it would be a great challenge!

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