It seems that these days everyone is enjoying the game of Sudoko wherever they are.
The Sudoku puzzle is ideal for whenever you have a few spare minutes and want to indulge in a little bit of thinking power.
Sudoku, sometimes spelled “Su Doku”, is a puzzle that originated in Japan. The puzzle is known as a “placement” puzzle.
In the United States Sudoku is sometimes called the “Number Place” puzzle.
People of all ages and from all backgrounds are finding that Sudoku is a great way to keep their mind active and thinking.
Puzzles range all the way from easy for the beginner to extremely difficult for the more advanced puzzler.
Sudoku is easy to take with you wherever you go so that you can indulge in a little bit of number guessing whenever you have a few spare minutes.
Sudoku is easy to learn and understand. The main aim of Sudoku is to enter a number from one to nine into each cell on puzzle grid.
The most frequent layout of a Sudoku puzzle is a 9 x 9 grid that is made of subgrids that are 3 x 3. Each of these subgrids is known as a “region”. Depending on how easy or hard the puzzle is there will be various starting numbers in the cells. These are known as the “givens”. Every row, column, and region of the Sudoku puzzle can contain only one instance of each number. You complete the puzzle when all of the cells have been filled in with corresponding numbers.