Palindrome Sudoku Puzzles Index Page

Palindrome Sudoku Variation Puzzles
Palindrome Sudoku is very interesting Sudoku variation. In Palindrome Sudoku, some lines are given in the Sudoku grid and numbers coming on this line form the Palindrome string. It means that if we start from each end of the string and go towards the centre. Numbers on both the ends will be the same.
A good way to solve Palindrome Sudoku puzzles is to start marking ends which will have same digits with some symbols e.g. with a, b, c etc and then remove the possibilities of these numbers from other row/columns or outlined regions combining these symbols.
Currently, there are not many Palindrome Sudoku puzzles on this website. However soon I will be creating a few puzzles of this type. This page is to give the links of Palindrome Sudoku puzzles on this website.
Rules of Palindrome Sudoku Puzzle
Place a digit from 1 to 9 into each of the empty cells so that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column and 3x3 outlined box. Additionally the digits in the squares with the line form palindromes, i.e. they read the same from both the directions.

Palindrome Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #92)

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