This website was designed on the 5th June 2005 after my Sudoku crazed family drove me to write a Sudoku puzzle solver.
This site was built to showcase my work and also provide a resource centre for people to find 'good' sudoku puzzle and printable grids to use for working out the puzzles. This site has Samurai Puzzles, Killer Sudoku, Puzzle Solvers and Killer Samurai Sudoku which I thought might be useful to share this resource with other fellow Sudoku addicts.
This site was designed using Dreamweaver MX 2004. The site is composed using CSS and xHTML. It also uses the Server Side Scripting Language PHP for some of the more advance features of this site. The site is hosted by 4thewww.
My name is Daniel Mitchell. I am an avid programmer and web developer. I have learnt a variety of languages which include PHP, ASP.NET, VB.NET, SQL and many more. I currently involved with many freelancing project which usually involve the creation and implementation of powerful database driven websites. If you would be interested in my services then please contact me for my portfolio.
Since 5th June 2005 this website has been viewed 2,475,452 times. There are currently 3 people online. (Based on data in the last 5 minutes)
Update May 2012. The site has had a face lift using Bootstrap. New features have been added to make the site easier to use. Still amazed at how many people have visited this site. And yes, I still love solving sudoku puzzles.
I have just come across your site after a very long search for a solution to my problem .. and I am hoping you can help me! I have a website for parents (www.activityvillage.co.uk ) and have been offering "Sudoko for Kids" for a few weeks. They are very popular but took me ages to produce and the quality of the pdf files is not good. I am hoping to create more puzzles (including easy 9x9s, some 6x6s and maybe even some 4x4s to start kids off with) but need a way of generating the puzzles easily, exporting them as good quality gifs or whatever into Pagemaker, where I add graphics and convert to pdfs. If I can get it right I would like to offer a downloadable booklet for sale too. Please get back to me if you think you can help, with details of what you would charge. I look forward to hearing from you,
Keeping Kids Busy
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What is Sudoku?
Sudoku is a Number Puzzle that requires no mathematical knowledge. (no adding or multiplication). It is based upon Japanese style crosswords where you are required to use logic to place numbers onto a 9x9 grid.
To solve the puzzle you must make sure that every column, row and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through to 9. Almost all of the puzzles can be solved using logic alone and there is no need to guess. A puzzle can take from 20 minutes to 2 hours to complete depending on its level and your experience.
For a 9x9 puzzle to have precisely one solution, the initial entries need to include at least eight of the nine digits.
The smallest number of starter clues on a sudoku puzzle is 17.
Sudoku became a world hit in 2005. When measuring its popularity in enigmatic world, it is the biggest phenomenon since Rubik's Cube in the '80s.
Some people call it newspapers saver because it boosts their sales and keeps the reader audience active. Newspapers around the world embraced it immediately because people like to solve Sudoku on a daily basis, just like crosswords.
By playing it regularly you can boost your concentration and focus, prevent or ease depression, dementia and even Alzheimer's disease according to some studies.