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rdiersin
03-08-2006, 11:25 AM
Anyone else addicted to these games? I know that I am. If so are there any online sites you like? I enjoy this one,

http://www.sudoku.org.uk/index.htm

but there are many others.

TeamCasey
03-08-2006, 06:08 PM
This is my favorite. I like the way it lets you "pencil in".

http://www.websudoku.com/

Sweetstop
03-08-2006, 06:27 PM
I stick strictly with those in the newspaper, or I would be playing all the time. I enjoy always being able to complete a grid. I'm a crossword fanatic also, but I find I must do the Sudoku first.

rdiersin
03-09-2006, 11:11 AM
I stick strictly with those in the newspaper, or I would be playing all the time. I enjoy always being able to complete a grid. I'm a crossword fanatic also, but I find I must do the Sudoku first.

I agree. I have almost stop doing the crossword puzzles altogether. I also bought one of the books edited by Will Shortz for Sudoku and also one for Kakuro. I have just started into Kakuro, but I like it a lot more than Sukoku, if possible. It seems like it may be harder at first, but I found that it really isn't. Its more like a crossword, in that you have to go for the 2 or three square rows or columns first.

TeamCasey
03-10-2006, 07:34 AM
It's funny. I never heard of Sudoko until I was out Christmas shopping. TB is a master at crossword puzzles. She could've probably challenged my Dad when his eyesight was better. (My Dad and his buddies had a contest every Sunday for finishing the NY Times crossword.)

Anyway, I saw a gazillion of these Sudoko books and had no idea what it was. I jumped online and found a couple sites and got hooked. I haven't tried Kakuro yet.

I've only done a couple on paper. What a mess! :laugh:

Yachtzee
03-10-2006, 12:25 PM
Theres a good Sudoku web game at http://www.gamehouse.com. Lets you choose your own level and "pencil in" numbers.

max venable
03-10-2006, 03:51 PM
Theres a good Sudoku web game at http://www.gamehouse.com. Lets you choose your own level and "pencil in" numbers.
Was just about to post that link myself. That one's my fave.