ronaldx wrote:Hey, I saw the Instruction Booklet is now available on the front page! Very cool! I particularly like the design.
I had a query about the rules for Surplus Sudoku when compared to the example - in the example there is a single-celled region containing a '3'. Do I take it there is a similar single cell in the 9x9 puzzle, which can be filled with any digit?
PuzzleScot wrote:Fred, I see on your blog that you list the competition as "Date et heure: du 13.11.2010 au 14.11.2010"
Your French readers will be one week too late - it is 6.11.2010 - 7.11.2010 (as stated in your main text).
Thanks for the mention. We're expecting a big turnout.
Fred76 wrote:(I'm happy to see that my blog is read... )
Ours brun wrote:Fred76 wrote:(I'm happy to see that my blog is read... )
I just hope not too many people have read it before you fixed the mistake.
Looking forward to this test which promises to please me - if I'm able to participate, as I'm not sure yet.
Concerning the classic sudokus, will the 4 puzzles be of similar difficulty or will the difficulty be increasing from 1st to 4th ?
Ours brun wrote:I have absolutely no problem with diagonal sudokus, unless they require the use of trial and error. Which reminds me something...
Place the digits 1-5 in the grid such that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column and marked 3×3 box. The remaining cells should be shaded to form islands. Each island contains one numbered grey cell, already given, which represents the size of the island. The unshaded cells form an orthogonally connected region, i.e. you can travel from any unshaded cell to any other by moving vertically or horizontally using only other unshaded cells. There are no 2×2 blocks of unshaded cells.
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