Eldrbarry's SuDoKu Links
I am not one for crosswords or wordsearch puzzles - other than Frameworks where you fit a list of words into a framework. Handheld computer games generally turn me off too - though I really enjoy FreeCell - playing it at bedtime or while travelling by plane. However, I recently started doing Sudoku puzzles - which involves a lot of logic and find them quite enjoyable as well. Here are some resources I have found...
Books and collections of puzzles:
Strategies for solving them:
Online Daily Puzzles
Sudoku generating programs
Electronic Handheld games
All these games are being released to the market in December 2005 or January 2006, hence there are to date very few reviews of them. Obviously both interest and competition is high!
Sudoku Board and Card Games
- SuDoku - The Board Game (Pressman Toy)
- Sudoku for Dummies(University Games) The Game Board game brain-teaser game, Sudoku, based on the #1 selling Sudoku puzzle book, Sudoku for Dummies. Game for 2 or more players (or can be played solo), ages 8 and up, 50 preprinted puzzle grids (no writing or set up required), 81 numbered tiles, three levels of difficulty (easy, tricky, and tough), three additional special training puzzles for beginners.
- Do You Sudoku? Card Game (University Games)
- Do You Sudoku? Game (University Games)
- Sudoku - The Utterly Addictive Number Puzzle Game (Imagination Licensing)
- SuDoku Sensations (Hasbro Games)