As promised only a few days ago, the next puzzle set is ready; I guess we will take a longer break again now. There are several more variants I intend to incorporate into the Sudoku Compilation – I am not sure exactly how many, just that it is too early to bring this series to an end. In any case, I have a feeling that I will do some very different things over the remaining summer months. Never mind, here is the PDF file: Next To One Sudoku
I have not posted anything for several weeks now, and in fact I did not have much time for setting or solving puzzles lately. Still, I somehow felt the urge to continue with our current Sudoku series. Two new sets are just complete now, which means this is the first part of a “double feature”. Here is today’s PDF file: Even/Odd Sudoku
I just managed to finish another installment of our Sudoku Compilation. To be honest, I am not as happy with today’s six puzzles as I was with those from the first two groups in the series. But then, it so happens that I find Clone Sudokus generally less exciting than other variants. They belong to a category one might call “Equality Sudokus”, meaning that cells are denoted which must contain the same entry (Palindrome Sudokus are another somewhat popular representative of the same category).
This is the second collection of puzzles I have prepared for our new series on Sudoku variants. (It is likely that the pace of the series will slow down from now on.) I have picked Killer Sudoku, another highly prominent variant, as the topic for the second installment of the Sudoku Compilation. This group, like the previous one, consists of six puzzles of size 6×6. And here is today’s set: Killer Sudoku
Last time I announced the beginning of a new puzzle series on this blog, so here we go. The Sudoku Compilation features popular Sudoku variants, and for the time being each group is supposed to consist of six puzzles of size 6×6. I have selected Thermo Sudoku, one of my favorite variants, for the first issue. Here is today’s puzzle set: Thermo Sudoku