Posts Tagged ‘Kakuro’

Juxtapositions: Killer Sudoku

December 23, 2007

killer-sudoku.jpgIn a comment on an earlier post aboout Sudoku and Kakuro, Batman mentioned a combination of the two games known alternately as Killer Sudoku, Samunamupure or Sum Number Place. As in traditional Sudoku, Killer Sudoku is played on a 9×9 grid in which the digits 1-9 are placed so that each digit appears once in each row, each column, and each 3×3 grid (nonet). As in Kakuro, groups of cells (cages) add to given sums, and within each cage the digits must be distinct. Click to read more and see an enlargement of the game pictured here at the left.

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Sudoku and Kakuro

November 12, 2007

In recent years many people have played Sudoku, a number game in which a nine-by-nine grid is filled with the digits 1-9 so that each row, each column, and each group of nine squares contains exactly one of each digit. Read more about Sudoku and Kakuro