**about 4 years ago** - No comments

Wow, it is a long time since I posted here. So much to do, so little time!

I might as well keep it brief now, then. Here’s a puzzle for April 1st (it’s actually a normal puzzle without tricks – it just spells ‘FOOL’ in the given numbers). Place 1 to 9 in each row, column More >

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

Sudoku Box-Jigsaw 9×9 1 puzzleI haven’t posted a puzzle for a good while, so I thought it was time to fix that with this Box-Jigsaw Sudoku puzzle.

The puzzle combines regular Sudoku with Jigsaw Sudoku. Just place 1 to 9 once each into all of the nine rows, columns, 3×3 boxes (indicated by both shaded and More >

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

A brand new book, packed with 101 Jumbo 3D Sudoku, is now available for purchase from Amazon. You can either search for this directly, or you can click through via my PuzzleBooks.org site – the book is at the very bottom of that page, and clicking on it will take you direct to the correct More >

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

Jumbo 3D sudoku puzzleI haven’t posted for a while so I thought I should post one of my new puzzles. This one is a Jumbo 3D Sudoku, where the aim is simply to place 1 to 9 into each black-lined 3×3 area as well as each of the 54 rows indicated by the coloured lines. More >

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

Valentine SudokuA quick heart-shaped sudoku for Valentine’s Day. Just place 1 to 9 once each in every row, column and bold-lined box.

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

Sudoku Xtra 24 is now finally available! It’s packed with 130 puzzles of a wide range of types, including a huge variety of sudoku variants.

This issue I’ve included a very wide range

of variants, including some new ones such as Two-grid Interconnected Sudoku, Mystery Multiple

Sudoku and Blackout Sudoku. Meanwhile I’ve made an effort to include More >

**about 5 years ago** - No comments

Sudoku Christmas Star puzzleA Sudoku, in a star shape.

Just that. (Place 1-9 once each into every row, column and bold-lined 3×3 box).

**about 6 years ago** - No comments

I’ve recently launched a new series of ‘101 Giant Sudoku’ books, to cater for those who like their Sudoku to be considerably larger than normal!

You can see the entire series at PuzzleBooks.org (scroll to the bottom) or visit Amazon and search for “101 giant sudoku”.

There are currently 12 books in the series: 14×14, 15×15, 16×16, 18×18, More >

**about 6 years ago** - No comments

Just a quick heads-up that PuzzleMix, my site where you can play a wide range of puzzles online, now supports touch screen play for all of the number entry puzzles – so that’s Sudoku, Killer Sudoku, Futoshiki, Calcudoku, Skyscraper, Sudoku X, Kropki Sudoku, Killer Sudoku Pro, Jigsaw Sudoku, Consecutive Sudoku, Wraparound Sudoku, Sudoku XV, Killer More >

**about 7 years ago** - 1 comment

Little-Killer Sudoku 9×9 1 puzzleIn Little-Killer Sudoku the total of each of the diagonals in the grid, other than those 9 cells long, is given. Each number has an arrow next to it which points to the diagonal it gives the sum of, so therefore the top-left cell in this grid must be a 9 More >

Spittledungabout 9 years ago

I completed these. I didn’t enjoy the Samurai one as much as I wanted to. I think the argyle pattern the arrows made with the normal boxes caused my eyes to hurt.

I am not going to try the Samurai Star Inequality one until I finish the Inequality Sudoku in Xtra #1 that has no given numbers either. I need the practice.

Christineabout 9 years ago

I have also completed these two. I found the first one very easy, the second much more enjoyable. Inequality sudoku is a variation I don’t often do as I normally find them very difficult and don’t always have the patience required to painstakingly note down all possible numbers. Because of the large number of arrows however, this one filled in quite nicely with numbers discovered quick enough to maintain interest.

Now to have a look at the Samurai Star although I don’t hold out much hope….

about 9 years ago

I have now completed these two and found them both enjoyable. I particularly enjoyed the Samurai, due to the easier level. It was a pleasure to complete two grids in less time than I would normally take on a standard inequality!

Now for some punishment with the Inequality Star!