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Saturday, February 21st, 2009
7:45 am
[mochek]
Free Printable Sudoku Puzzles
I am pleased to announce that I have created some Free Printable Sudoku Puzzles

Enjoy.

Monday, January 5th, 2009
2:29 pm
[mochek]
Sudoku Game Announcement
I simply wanted to announce my sudoku game, Pure Sudoku.

It is a popular, free, easy to use and well regarded sudoku game, with user reviews scoring it at 4 out of 5 stars on the major website download.com.

I hope you enjoy it.
Wednesday, December 24th, 2008
11:55 am
[crazy01204]
I just joined considering my love of the puzzle.

Does anyone know what the record for a standard 9X9 grid is for easy, medium and hard levels?
Saturday, December 20th, 2008
4:55 pm
[kendoku]
anyone still there?
is anyone out there playing the new sudoku-variant called kenken? it's similar to sudoku but it also includes basic math operators

well, if anyone is intererested, you can play games online at:

http://www.kenken.com
http://www.webkendoku.com

or you can add the online game to your google homepage or any website at

http://www.google.com/ig/directory?url=hosting.gmodules.com%2Fig%2Fgadgets%2Ffile%2F110161288541501636141%2Fkenken.xml
url=http://www.googlemodules.com/module/8622/

http://www.google.com/ig/directory?url=hosting.gmodules.com%2Fig%2Fgadgets%2Ffile%2F110161288541501636141%2Fkenken6.xml
http://www.googlemodules.com/module/8633/

cheers!
Thursday, February 7th, 2008
9:45 pm
[flyinglemurs]
Anyone still out there?
Hey,
Anyone still out there on this list? Looks like there hasn't been a post in nearly a year.

I just found a great little sudoku book and am working my way through it. Mastering Sudoku Week by Week. Its broken up into a bit on instruction on a particularly solving technique, then a puzzle or two that you need it for, then more instruction, etc. Up through the XWing and Swordfish and stuff like that.
http://www.amazon.com/review/product/1844834050?showViewpoints=1

Also..I realllly like the unusual sudoko..like the killer/sum suduko, the one with oddly shaped boxes, the X kind with a diagonal x in the middle. Anything. I've got another cool book Color Sudoko that has about every variation and is all in color. Well I guess they don't have the samurai sudoko but they have a ton of varieties in it. Who else likes the weird ones and if so what ones?
Wednesday, March 21st, 2007
2:52 pm
[cchan8]
Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
9:12 am
[muse0fire]
Some people have a lot of time on their hands?
Well this is kind of funny.... "Kitty Sudoku"!

Just had to share...
Friday, February 23rd, 2007
4:15 pm
[vysion_of_books]
The state of the craze?
Any thoughts about where you see the hobby of solving sudoku?

It seemed to me to explode about a year ago with magazines and books taking up shelves of the big bookstores. It has since waned for me personally as I can only solve so many before filling one in feels mechanical.

Has it the staying power of the other pencil puzzle favorites, the crossword or word search?
Tuesday, January 30th, 2007
3:18 pm
[qfemale]
Tuesday, January 2nd, 2007
11:28 am
[vac_slut]
It doesn't seem as though anyone knows of the Su Doku handheld game sold at Wal-Mart? My mom got it for me for Christmas and I haven't put it down since. It's much easier than getting it in a newspaper or book. It has Beg. and Adv. Levels, 4 on each. On the Beg. levels, the numbers blink if you place them in the wrong spot, but on the Adv. they don't. It's pretty cool.
Thursday, December 28th, 2006
5:52 pm
[wwowie]
help?
Can someone give me some helpful hints on this?

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I'm probably missing something really stupid.  Didn't record the possibilities for the blank spot as there are six possibilities and they won't all be visible on the screen. :)

Thanks!
Monday, December 18th, 2006
12:22 pm
[gkshilton]
Pseudo-Ku, a game by Geekay Soft...
Pseudo-Ku(tm) is based on today's most popular pencil & paper puzzle game Su Doku, a logic-based placement puzzle game that has taken the world by storm! The objective of the game is to fill the grid so that every row and every 3x3 box contains the digits one to nine. Pseudo-ku is a powerful, yet simple, brain teaser puzzle which can be played for hours upon hours and provide relaxing, enjoyable entertainment!

Click the link to go to Pseudo-Ku's official website, and download a trial version!

Link to Pseudo-Ku Website (www.geekaysoft.com)

Thanks, and enjoy!
Saturday, December 9th, 2006
12:50 pm
[muse0fire]
Is it me?
It's rare that I can't finish a Sudoku puzzle, even the five star puzzles in the uClick daily sudoku puzzles.

But this one has me stymied.

I've only managed to fill in two of the blanks - a 1 and a 4 in the center column. I've notated all of the rest of the cells with their possible numbers, and I'm searching desperatly for a pattern to narrow down any of the others, and I'm at a complete loss.

Anyone? Can you get farther, and how?
Sunday, October 15th, 2006
10:55 am
[tony_m]
This is awesome!


What made this extra special is the fact that the puzzle itself is relatively difficult. Not atrocious, but it took awhile to complete.
Thursday, October 12th, 2006
8:07 pm
[nlduchno1]
Sudoku Java Applications
I thought you guys might be interested in this:

I wrote two java applets which are up at http://www.nicholasduchnowski.com/sudokuhelper and http://www.nicholasduchnowski.com/sudokusolver .

Sudoku Helper is an applet that automatically does the penciling and crossing out of numbers for you. You can click on a cell and enter type a number on the keyboard, and it will cross out everything that needs to be crossed out.

Sudoku Helper is in a similar format, but this has some built in logic to solve the puzzles. The logic isn't as strong as it is at http://www.sudokusolver.co.uk/ , but I like the Java format better than their JavaScript interface, and it solves most puzzles.

I would like to make the helper application load puzzles rather than make the user type them in, which brings me to a question: can sudoku puzzles be copyrighted? Can I take puzzles from other sites and put them into my database?

The applets were written using a Java wrapper called Processing. The source code is on the pages.

Let me know if you have any comments of suggestions.
Saturday, September 9th, 2006
12:51 pm
[isosc]
Sudoku Pizza
We did it. Last night, phyto and I made a square, 9 topping pizza. Perhaps you can see where this is going...

You can find photos of this sudogastronomical delight here!
Sunday, September 3rd, 2006
11:38 pm
[lordsaga640]
9 grid, do you want try to solve it?
I write a sample computer program to make sudoku.
Al sudoku NxN, and sudoku with some share grid.

Here an example: http://naruteamplus.altervista.org/sudoku/9%20griglie%20-hard/initset.html

I never solve this, but i have the solution.


If someone will solve it, i'll make new big sudoku with 100 or more grids.

Good luck!

PS:
Sorry for my poor english. :(
Saturday, September 2nd, 2006
12:39 pm
[wsdk]
w - sudoku : Free online sudoku puzzles
There is an online sudoku site that I believe changes the way sudoku is playing.
The address is : http://www.w-sudoku.com
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The Description is: Play free online millions of sudoku puzzles with amazing graphics.
Thanks.
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006
9:39 am
[no_sprinkles]
Hello, I hope this is ok, if not just delete it.

I've tried to figure out Sudoku, but I just can't get my head around it. One of my hobbies is Geocaching and I need to solve a Sudoku puzzle to complete a Geocaching puzzle. Can some one help me?? Thanks!


I specifically need the A-F numbers.
They say that it's a medium difficulty puzzle.

Geocaching.com

The site where the puzzle is posted.
Thursday, July 13th, 2006
7:34 am
[roodman]
New Multiplayer Sudoku Server Online with Ladder
Hi everybody,

I've just finished a major upgrade of the http://HouseSudoku.org/ online
multiplayer and singleplayer Sudoku server. I invite Sudoku players from all over the world to give it a try! We have robot players to test your skill and a rated ladder system to determine how you match up against your opponents. You can also play by yourself for practice at three different difficulty levels.
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