Tag Archives | Sudoku

…It’s TGI Friday: Kakuro?

Kakuro

If you already consider yourself a Sudoku master, and you’re looking for your next (and hopefully tougher) challenge, it might be time to give Kakuro a try. Kakuro puzzles are similar to crosswords, but use numbers instead of clues. The aim of the game is to fill in all of the blank squares using only the numbers 1-9, so that the numbers that you add in add up to the corresponding clues. Seems simple, but since each puzzle has only one unique solution, looks can surely be deceiving. Since it’s a great way to tune up your brain, and is the next logical step in the puzzle world, you’d better break out your pencils and get ready for the challenge, because Kakuro is coming.

[Kakuro.com]

[Wikipedia – Kakuro]

…It’s TGI Friday: Sudoku?

Sudoku

It’s a little late, but today’s TGI Friday brings you an evil level Sudoku puzzle to test your brain on. Figure this one out, send me a copy of the finished puzzle, and I’ll figure out something to give away.

[Via: Web Sudoku]

…Flickr Sudoku lets you make your own game?

Lamborghini Sudoku

Here’s a cool take on the popular Sudoku puzzles: Using your own pictures. By choosing a picture tag(s) and/or user name from Flickr, as well as picture size and puzzle type, you can create your own picture based Sudoku puzzle, such as the one I created using the Lamborghini picture tag. Definitely a cool concept and a fun way to get your daily Sudoku fix.

[Flickr Sudoku]

[Via: MAKE: Blog]