Masyu and Sudoku

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2008 - Games - 160 pages
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Connecting these puzzle cells involves using your brain cells to the max! Masyu features a series of black and white circles arranged in a grid; the object is to join them in a single, unbroken loop with a line that passes through every circle. Of course, there’s a twist: there are special rules about how the line may make 90-degree turns when it passes through a black or a white circle. It’s like a maze with no walls, and there’s only one solution--try to find it!
In addition to the 90 masyu, there are 45 sudoku, too.

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NIKOLI is Japan's foremost publisher of number puzzles, originators of the Sudoku craze in Japan and creators of Kakuro, Japan's leading number logic puzzle.

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