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sudoku sum - 3/19/2007 10:38:39 AM   


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I love sudoku sum puzzles, but only the hard ones. I would love to see it as a separate section so that each week you could have 4 sum sudoku at all difficulty levels. Heather
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RE: sudoku sum - 3/20/2007 7:14:13 AM   


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I personally also love the Sumdoku (as I call them) variant. It has as much (maybe more) of a following as vanilla Sudoku, so like you, I think it deserves its own section as well.

I am thinking of a makeup something like 2 Vanilla and one Diagonal (of these three, one is easy, one medium, and one hard, and diagonal one rotates each week), three Sumdokus (one easy, one medium, one hard - hey, these were late to the party, can you blame me?), a Multi, a Jigsaw (Boldt's site has a ton you can do while waiting each week if you like these), and a Mega. I might even like two Multis; one with two, and the other varying from 3-5. Assuming two Multis, that's 10 puzzles - one more than we have now. One Multi leaves it at 9 puzzles with a different makeup.

What does everyone think? I personally don't care as much for Vanilla Sudoku, though I do still solve it at times.


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RE: sudoku sum - 3/20/2007 8:08:44 AM   


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Cyclone, you express yourself as clearly as always

I read that 3 times and the last time with extra thought. How can you put all that info in one sentence?
I hope you don't speak as fast as you write

I don't personally care at all. Frankly I am bored with sudokus. Rather Hashi's and Nurikabe's etc than more sudoku variants.


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RE: sudoku sum - 3/20/2007 1:14:27 PM   


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Hi Heather

Try the killersudoku's (=sumsudoku's) at

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RE: sudoku sum - 6/16/2022 5:32:59 PM   


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Maybe try those ones:

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RE: sudoku sum - 7/1/2022 7:37:41 AM   


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I also like sudoku there are days when I play the game so much that hours go by, but it's really hard sometimes without consulting some hacks on the net. If you are interested in puzzle games or some incremental clicker games I can recommend you right here.
cookie clicker

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RE: sudoku sum - 7/5/2022 2:24:09 AM   


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I enjoy sudoku as well. There are days when I play the game for hours on end, yet it can be incredibly challenging at times without using any online cheats.
Super Mario Bros

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RE: sudoku sum - 7/5/2022 10:05:09 AM   


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There are times when I play Sudoku too much and get bored. After a while I played again. The cycle keeps repeating like that. spin the wheel

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