Now the whole world is bitten by the Sudoku bug!
I stumbled upon Simple Sudoku, which is sure to be very interesting to the Sudoku enthusiasts in more ways than one.
Simple Sudoku makes challenging puzzles; it also provides tools to help solve them – removing the drudgery but not the fun!
Worth the try, especially since it is Free 🙂
- No one can hurt you
If you don’t want to deal with downlaoding and installing something (or you have a Mac or Linux box), there are online sudoku sites with similar features.
A good one is Fiendish Sudoku,
which has new puzzles every day, a large archive, a choice of three grid sizes (nice if you have a high-res display), and it can give hints and step-by-step solutions. The puzzle layouts are hand-made, not the typical computer-generated random.
Excellent Sudoku resource.
Thanks, Kristin for sharing.
Another great website is Sudoku Daily at http://www.sudokudaily.net, where you can choose how hard a game you wanna play, save the game you are playing on, and have a lot of fun with the interface besides. I really like playing there. John G
Well, I stick to the one I know best:
It has got a (:idea:cheat:idea:) button to check if you’re still filling in the right numbers at the right places and -believe me- that’s very handy! 😀
Hi, people! I have some interesting facts for you 🙂 Anyone know that sudoku was created by an architect? The modern Sudoku was designed anonymously by Howard Garns, a 74-year-old retired architect and freelance puzzle constructor, and first published in 1979. One more: I heard that my favorite game – the popular puzzle game of Sudoku is brought to the next generation of consoles. Go! Suduko 2 has evolved from the original game to provide a variety of new features and game modes. 🙂