18 November 2013 Comments Off on SUDOKU

Games Editor: Nesrin Dönmez (IE/IV)

Here are three puzzles: a Samurai Sudoku, and two Kendoku puzzles.
The Samurai Sudoku puzzle is made up of five Sudoku puzzles: one in the center and the other four overlapping the corner grids of the central one. Each grid has the same rules as a classical Sudoku: each row, column and 3×3 grid must contain all of the digits 1 to 9.
In the Kendoku puzzles, the objective is to fill in the grid with the digits 1 through 6 so that:
Each row and column contains exactly one of each digit.
Each bold-outlined group of cells is a cage containing digits that achieve the specified result using the specified mathematical operation: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (×) or division (÷).
Submit the contents of the diagonal going from the top left to bottom right of each puzzle to win a prize. Good luck!
Last Week’s Answers:Samurai Sudoku: 369 254 325 137 735 645 915 Sudoku 1: 426 762 234 Sudoku 2: 413 684 243

Send in your e-mail with the right answer to to win!Prizes will be: dessert and coffee from Mozart Cafe (one each for three winners); coffee from Coffee Break (two each for two winners); hot chocolate from Cafe Fiero (one each for five winners); and chocolates from Bind Chocolate (two winners).