Samurai Su Doku: 100 Puzzles Including Super Difficult

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HarperCollins Publishers Limited, 2006 - Magic squares - 224 pages
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For anyone who loves the challenge of Su Doku but manages to solve them within minutes, you can now enjoy the extended mental workout and ultimate endurance test of a five grid interlinked system.

This is Su Doku multiplied: every column, row and 3x3 box must contain the digits 1 to 9. Where the puzzles overlap, the rows and columns do not go beyond their usual 9x9 length but the interlocking boxes give you more clues - and more complexity.

With another 100 new Samurai puzzles to vex you for hours, lose yourself in the four levels of this book:

30 Mild

30 Difficult

30 Super difficult

10 Deadly

Even the speediest of Su Doku solvers will be agonising over these ultra-complex, extended brain-teasers.

These are the most difficult Su Doku puzzles in The Times range.

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The Times is a British daily national newspaper, first published in London in 1785. A daily cryptic crossword is published in the main newspaper, and the Mind Games section in the Times2 supplement contains sudoku, Killer Sudoku, KenKen, word polygon puzzles, and a quick crossword.

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