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Suguru.

Post by bindeweede » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:19 am

Anyone rather addicted to Sudoku puzzles, like me, might be interested in Suguru. They are a bit different and I'm finding slightly different strategies are required. I started with Book 1, which was quite simple, so I jumped to Book 10, and a couple of the puzzles had me stumped for quite a while until I worked out a different approach. I've just about finished Book 11, so I'll jump to 15 next. I imagine the last 10 books will be tough!

https://krazydad.com/suguru/index.php?vol=1&sv=12x10

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Re: Suguru.

Post by Ketchup » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:50 am

I love cryptic crosswords, but when it comes to numbers ... :???: :-(

Book 1 .... I can't even understand the instructions!

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Re: Suguru.

Post by chaggle » Mon Sep 17, 2018 2:44 pm

Just had a go at an 'easy' one from the link - looks like fun - will study further.

Note to Ketchup - that puzzle and Sudoku are not number puzzles - they are logic puzzles. The numbers could be substituted by letters or any other symbols.

My favourite is killer sudoku which does involve maths.

http://www.killersudokuonline.com/
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