2009 Sudoku Page-A-Day Calendar

2009 Sudoku Page-A-Day Calendar

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by Nikoli
     
 

Not all Sudoku are created equal. Printed in energetic full color, each of the puzzles in this calendar is handmade, not computer-generated, giving it a singular elegance and ensuring it strikes the perfect balance between challenge and solvability.

It’s like a mind game between you and its maker. The puzzles begin easy every weekend and grow more

Overview


Not all Sudoku are created equal. Printed in energetic full color, each of the puzzles in this calendar is handmade, not computer-generated, giving it a singular elegance and ensuring it strikes the perfect balance between challenge and solvability.

It’s like a mind game between you and its maker. The puzzles begin easy every weekend and grow more difficult over the course of the week. From Nikoli—the Japanese publisher who launched the Sudoku craze—it’s the original, and simply the best.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780761149927
Publisher:
Workman Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
07/30/2008
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 6.10(h) x 1.70(d)

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Meet the Author


Puzzability, based in New York, includes Mike Shenk, who has written puzzles for Games magazine and its offshoots, and provided daily crosswords for a major newspaper syndicate. He is currently the crossword editor of The Wall Street Journal; Amy Goldstein, a trivia buff and wordsmith who has served as associate editor and managing editor for Games magazine and its sister publications; and Robert Leighton, an illustrator, writer, New Yorker cartoonist, and creator of unique visual puzzles. 

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2009 Sudoku Page-A-Day Calendar 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Bajanlady More than 1 year ago
I purchased this calendar for my own use this year. The puzzles are visually pretty with all the colors and they have large squares which makes them easy to read and to write. The pages are detached and sit neatly in the plastic sheath, so no ripping a puzzle in half by accident. However, the degree of difficulty is pretty low and I am not a beginner at Soduko. The week starts with two puzzles for the weekend on one page, that are very easy-peasy. The degree of difficulty progresses through the week with Friday's puzzle as the brain twister. In my opinion, anyone who has been doing Soduko for more than a year might want to look for something more challenging and use this calendar as an introduction to Soduko gift for your friends and family.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A new puzzle daily, keeps you from getting bored.