I spotted some pretty cool Sudoku variants today including consecutive Sudoku (consecutive numbers are highlighted between cells) and greater than/less than Sudoku (numbers are compared between cells and using < and >).
Good news! After 6 months of waiting, we have finally secured a Sudoku and Samurai Sudoku deal with one of the big UK national newspapers. Our Sudoku puzzles will now be played by millions of people in UK throughout the week. More details will be posted here closer to the publishing date.
For now, if you want to try out your own 5-grid Samurai Sudoku puzzles, go to Sudoku Generator and get a full account there.
We have created the world’s first live Samurai Sudoku generator.
The Samurai Sudoku generator and solver is only available to full members, but it is worth the upgrade as there are print, email, import and export features for all the puzzles.
I am just getting worse and worse at adding new entries to this blog. I really must put a daily alarm somewhere to remind me to write something here.
The Super Sudoku competition went live last night. The prize is a Goodmans widescreen portable DVD player. It has been tested and works brilliantly with region 1 and region 2 DVDs.
If you want a chance to win the DVD player, go to: http://supersudoku.com and have a go!
Lydia is continuing work on the Sudoku solvers for a 9×9 and 16×16 Sudoku puzzles. I “greyed” out the login bit at the top of the page, but it still looks bad and out of place. I’ll go back to Photoshop and create a special area on the left menu to house the quick login box.