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Sunday, May 23, 2010
For the preparations of World Sudoku Championships (WSC), Mock Sudoku Test are held by Logic Masters India every week before the WSC. Many Sudoku players from all the different countries participate in these Tests. Till now more than 20 such Mock tests are being conducted.
Today my brother forwarded me link to this site. He was really puzzled after going through this site and was not able to crack this. At the first site it looks amazing but I was able to crack this easily. Hopefully most of my puzzle friends will be able to crack this.
Look at the site below
This may drive you crazy!
do leave your comments if you do NOT have to look at the answer.
Here is my another gadget, using which one can solve Kakuro Online.
Kakuro is like a crossword puzzle with numbers. Each "word" must add up to the number provided in the clue above it or to the left. Words can only use the numbers 1 through 9, and a given number can only be used once in a word. Every kakuro has one and only solution, and can be solved through logic alone.
Posted by Rajesh Kumar at 10:34
Here is my Sudoku Google Gadget where one can solve Sudoku online. Next I will post information regarding the Puzzle Gadget where one can solve Kakuro online.
Rules of Sudoku:
Sudoku is a logic based number placement puzzle. The objective is to fill in the 9x9 grid so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3x3 boxes (or regions) contains the digits from 1 to 9 only one time each. Starting with a partially completed grid, your objective is to find the one solution that correctly solves the puzzle.
Posted by Rajesh Kumar at 10:25
From the long time I wanted to create the Puzzle Google Gadget where one can solve the puzzle online. So after a good efforts, I was able to create some of these gadgets. Here is the gadget where one can solve the Hitori Online.
Rules of Hitori:
The object of Hitori is to eliminate cells in the grid until there are no duplicates in any row or column. To eliminate a cell, it must be turned black by clicking on it. You must do this, however, without placing any black cells next to each other on a side (touching diagonally is ok) or by placing black cells in such a way that any white cells on the board are cut off from the rest of the white cells. You can also mark cells in this game as circled by clicking a second time or right clicking. This is just for your own visual reference as these cells count as white cells. This can be useful as the game progresses to visually mark the cells you know cannot be black. When you think you have solved the puzzle, click 'Check'.
Posted by Rajesh Kumar at 10:18
"Peregin.com" publishes the some Kakuro and Sudoku puzzles daily. The gadget will add this Kakuro and Sudoku from that site directly to your website. Earlier I have created one Sudoku Gadget and one Kakuro gadget which was getting Sudoku/Kakuro from this site. In this gadget I have merged both of these gadgets together. One can select the level and type of puzzle to be displayed. Also solution of corresponding puzzle can be get using this gadget.
Keywords: Kakuro, Puzzles, Daily Kakuro, Daily Puzzle, Logical Puzzles, Printing Kakuro, Kakuro for printing Sudoku, Daily Sudoku, Printing Sudoku, Sudoku for printing
Posted by Rajesh Kumar at 08:31
The goal is to stack up the cards from Ace to King, with the King at the bottom and the Ace at the top. But remember that you should arrange them with alternating red and black cards. When the game begins some random cards are already arranged. Even though this game requires considerable strategy, winning is still quite common for experienced players.
Instructions:· To Play This Game Use Mouse
Posted by Rajesh Kumar at 02:27
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