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Monday, September 5, 2011

Firefox Add-Ons for solving puzzles and Sudoku

Firefox Addon for solving puzzles and Sudoku
There are many Firefox Add-Ons which I have created. Few of them will help you to access daily puzzles and Sudoku on this website. If you use Firefox as your browser. Do try Firefox Addon for daily logical puzzles. 
Addon can be downloaded from below location



One of the Firefox Add-on will help you to access Logical Puzzles. The list of these Logical Puzzles is mentioned as below

Every Second Breakpoint

Every Second Breakpoint is also called Roundabouts puzzle. A Roundabouts puzzle consists of a square or rectangular array of squares in which some of the squares contain a circular roundabout. The puzzle is solved by drawing a path which passes through the center of every square without crossing over itself until it returns to the square in which it started. The path must change direction at every roundabout, and it must also change direction exactly once in the intervening squares between roundabouts.


Domino Puzzle

A Domino puzzle consists of a rectangular grid, with each cell of the grid occupied by a single digit number. The grid represents a pair of domino pieces laid out in a rectangular array. To solve such a puzzle, it is necessary to outline pairs of adjacent numbers in such a way that every piece of the domino pair is revealed.Study the puzzle until you discover an adjacent pair of cells which you believe represent a domino piece. Then point the mouse cursor to approximately the mid-point of the line separating the pair of cells, and click the mouse. This will remove the line. If you make an error, another mouse click in the same location will restore the line.

Kakuro Puzzle
Solve Kakuro puzzle by filling the cells with the digits 1 to 9, so that the sum of the digits in each word add up to the values indicated within the puzzle. Any characters you type will be placed into the puzzle at the focus cell which is outlined in red. The focus cell can be moved around the puzzle by pointing and clicking with the mouse, or by means of the arrow keys.

Rectangles Puzzle
Sikaku Puzzle is also know as Rectangles puzzle. A Sikaku puzzle consists of a square or rectangular grid in which some of the cells contain a one or two digit number. To complete the puzzle, a Solver must divide the puzzle into a number of rectangles so that each rectangle contains exactly one of the numbers, and that number must be equal to the area of the rectangle which contains it.

Slither Links/Fences/Loop the Loop/Rundweg
Slither Links puzzle is known with many different names like Fences or Loop the Loop puzzle. This puzzle is appeared many times in World Puzzle Championships. To complete the Grand Tour of this puzzle, you must join some of the dots together both horizontally and vertically to form one complete loop which does not cross over itself. If a cell contains a number, then that number of sides of the cell must be included within the loop. Click on help for more information.


Tents
Place one tent horizontally or vertically next to each tree. Tents do not touch each other, not even diagonally. The numbers outside the grid indicate the number of tents in that row or column.

White Jigsaw
Jigsaw puzzle where nothing is drawn.

Classic Sudoku
Sudoku (Japanese: Number Palace), is a placement puzzle. The aim of the puzzle is to enter a numeral from 1 through 9 in each cell of a grid, most frequently a 9×9 grid made up of 3×3 sub grids (called regions), Note that our puzzle is in this form. You are given starting numerals in some cells. Each row, column and region must contain only one instance of each numeral. Daily puzzles can range from easy to very hard.

Futoshiki
Futoshiki puzzles are built on square grids of typically 5x5 cells. To solve them you must place the numbers for example 1-5 into each row and column. In this respect they are similar to Sudoku puzzles. To give you a start, there will normally be several numbers already in the puzzle. In addition, a few pairs of adjacent cells will have the > and < symbols inserted between them to indicate the relative sizes of the numbers within those cells.



Kendoku/Calcudoku/KenKen/Mathdoku/TomTom

KENDOKU puzzles are similar to SUDOKU puzzles in that you must place a digit in each cell so that each row and column does not have any repeated digits. The puzzle is divided into domains, and each domain contains a number which is the result of performing the given mathematical operation on the digits contained within the domain. Each puzzle has a single unique solution, and no guess-work is required to solve them.

Jumbo Sudoku 16x16
Sudoku is a placement puzzle, also known as Number Place in the United States. The aim of the puzzle is to enter a numeral from 1 through 9 and the letters A through F in each cell of a grid. Each row, column and region must contain only one instance of each numeral. This is the Jumbo Sudoku 16x16.

Quick Sudoku 6x6
Sudoku is a placement puzzle, also known as Number Place in the United States. The aim of the puzzle is to enter a numeral from 1 through 6 OR the letters A through F in each cell of a grid. Each row, column and region must contain only one instance of each numeral. This is the Quick 1 minute Sudoku 6x6. Click on "New Puzzle" button to get the new randomly generated puzzle

3D Connector Puzzle
This is an interesting logical game, where you have to complete the cubes by linking all the pairs of similar colored markers through different levels to score maximum points. You should know that cells cannot be linked diagonally and black cells are blocked. In case of existing link breakdown, you need to reselect the broken link color by clicking on one of the two markers, the plug and gaps.




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