Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond 2: 100 Puzzles

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Our second collection of Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond includes 100 original Sudoku puzzles with multiple, unique variations plus traditional Sudoku for familiarity.

In Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond 2 we present a new 100-puzzle assortment of traditional Sudoku puzzles including Killer Sudoku, Futoshiki, and Kakuro, and exciting variations including  Sujiko, Suko, Tatami, Stars, Noughts and Crosses, Shikaku, Hidoku, Katachi, Cell Block, and Suguru. Suko is similar to Killer...

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Overview

Our second collection of Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond includes 100 original Sudoku puzzles with multiple, unique variations plus traditional Sudoku for familiarity.

In Pocket Posh Sudoku and Beyond 2 we present a new 100-puzzle assortment of traditional Sudoku puzzles including Killer Sudoku, Futoshiki, and Kakuro, and exciting variations including  Sujiko, Suko, Tatami, Stars, Noughts and Crosses, Shikaku, Hidoku, Katachi, Cell Block, and Suguru. Suko is similar to Killer Sudoku placing digits 1 through 9 in cells in such a way that the sums in overlapping quadrants add up to given numbers; in Tatami you fill the grid with the numbers 1 through 4 so that they appear twice in each row and column; with Stars you place two stars in each row, column, and outlined area; Noughts and Crosses—put an ought or cross to fill the grid; Suguru—each cell in an outlined block must contain the numbers equal to the number of cells and the same digit must not appear in neighboring cells.  In Shikaku one has to divide the grid into blocks that are either square or rectangular. Each block must contain the same amount of cells as the number it frames.

This portable package is part of a best-selling series featuring highly stylized, embellished covers and boasting 5 million copies in print. A free trial subscription to The Puzzle Society™ adds extra value.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449433932
  • Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/24/2013
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 807,812
  • Product dimensions: 4.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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The Puzzle Society™ is the Web’s premier source for challenging, professionally constructed puzzles and games. Updated daily and boasting a gaming archive of more than 8,000 puzzles, The Puzzle Society™ offers more than 70 nationally syndicated puzzles, including the Washington Post Crossword, Los Angeles Times Crossword, Universal Crossword, Universal Jigsaw, and Daily Jumble.

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