Little Killer Sudoku is very old Sudoku type with this Sudoku type appearing in year 2007 in one of the championship. My first Little Killer Sudoku was created in year 2007 and last year I had created around 4 Little Killer Sudoku puzzles. This Sudoku is the last one from my set of that 4 puzzles. I have creating template to generate sums for Little Killer Sudoku and I will be creating few more puzzles of this Sudoku type soon. Current Sudoku I will rate as hard as it requires some

**before someone putting few numbers in this Sudoku.**__mathematical calculations__
I am posting this Little Killer Sudoku in

**Fun With Sudoku Series**, as 195th Sudoku puzzle in this series.Little Killer Sudoku Puzzle (Fun With Sudoku #195) |

Previous Sudoku

**Thropki Sudoku (Fun With Sudoku #194)**
the input doesn't meet classic sudoku rules; one of the diagonal has two 1s.

ReplyDeleteNumber can repeat on diagonals. Classic Sudoku rules does not apply to Diagonals.

ReplyDeleteThanks for the clarification Rajesh.

ReplyDeleteI've recently subscribed to your site and am learning all new variations of sudoku (earlier I was only familier with classic).

Can you please also suggest best/average/max time for your sudokus ? Would love to know how I'm doing with these new types

Best/Average/Max time depends upon the experience of the person solving a puzzle. However recently I started giving timing reference for a particular puzzle with respect to one of the best players in world. You can refer to following post for more details on this

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Hi Sachin,

DeleteAs you are new to Sudoku variations, I will suggest you try Sudoku Variation from Fun With Sudoku Series starting from the 1st puzzles in this series. My initial puzzles in this series are easy and later puzzles are getting tough. If there is any issue in understanding rules of any puzzle, then you can try solving corresponding Mini Sudoku variation. Do let me know if you are looking for any particular Sudoku type which is missing from this blog. I will try to create that Sudoku type :)

Thanks Rajesh, I'm able to solve some of the variations, but not all. So, as you suggested, I'll start from #1 and then will see how it goes.

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