Jigsaw Sudoku Compendium

Jigsaw Sudoku Compendium

by Dj Ape
     
 
This book contains 160 brand NEW, previously UNPUBLISHED Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles.

Half of them are classic Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles, but the other half are variants of Jigsaw Sudoku. All in all, you get:

  • 5 puzzles 6x6 in size (just to warm your fingers)
  • 5 puzzles 8x8 in size (slightly more difficult)
  • 80 classic Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles

Overview

This book contains 160 brand NEW, previously UNPUBLISHED Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles.

Half of them are classic Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles, but the other half are variants of Jigsaw Sudoku. All in all, you get:

  • 5 puzzles 6x6 in size (just to warm your fingers)
  • 5 puzzles 8x8 in size (slightly more difficult)
  • 80 classic Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles (9x9)
  • 5 puzzles 10x10 in size (remember to use the zero!)
  • 10 Diagonal Jigsaw Sudoku (no repeats on the diagonals)
  • 10 Jigsaw Combo (both classic Sudoku and Jigsaw)
  • 10 Jigsaw Windoku (4 additional square nonets)
  • 10 Jigsaw TriDoku - these are extra special and you should first get a hang of classic TriDoku.
  • 10 Outside Jigsaw - the clues have been thrown outside the puzzle!
  • 5 Non-Consecutive Jigsaw - two numbers that are touching may not be consecutive
  • 5 Double Jigsaw Sudoku - 2 heavily overlapping puzzles
  • 5 Jigsaw TwoDoku - 2 slightly overlapping puzzles

Jigsaw (or irregularly shaped) Sudoku puzzles share the same rules with classic Sudoku. The only difference is that the nine nonets are, well, irregularly shaped.

This makes the puzzles slightly harder than the original Sudoku and surely more entertaining, because every puzzle has a unique nonet design and therefore, they can never become boring.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440402296
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
10/26/2010
Pages:
114
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.24(d)

Meet the Author

DJAPE is the author of over 30 puzzle books, ranging from Sudoku variants such as Killer Sudoku and Samurai Sudoku to Hidoku, CalcuDoku and Picross/Hanjie/Griddlers/Nonograms puzzles. Also, Djape contributes regularly to newspapers and magazines across the globe, including The Washington Post.

Currently Djape is working on his PhD thesis in Computer Science. Likes sailing, playing bridge and travelling.

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