MathFest Sudoku!

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The folk at Brainfreeze Puzzles (creator of the famous Pi Day Sudoku) have created a new puzzle for MathFest 2008 in Madison this August!

The official rules are:

Each row, column, and block must contain each digit 1-9 exactly once. Since the middle block is missing, rows and columns that intersect the middle block will have only six visible numbers. In addition, each “Worm” in the puzzle contains numbers that increase from tail to eyes (although not necessarily consecutively). For example, a worm of length four could contain 2, 5, 7, 9 in that order, from tail to eyes.

Sudoku posted with permission. Thanks!

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One Response to “MathFest Sudoku!”

  1. Erasable Games Weblog » Blog Archive » Wormy Sudoku Says:

    […] Other sites with a worm variation include a German site (sachsentext.de) containing a huge number of variant Sudoku puzzles: Sudoku X Worms and Threesixty360.wordpress.com which heralds the upcoming Mathfest (August) 2008 […]

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