Wasnt sure what category to put this in so ive placed here here. Have fun.
Looking for more 16x16 puzzles? New page added with 8 free to download graded puzzles in PDF format
16x16 Sudoku Puzzle 1 - Download
Solution for 16x16 Sudoku Puzzle 1- Download
If you get stuck on other 16x16 puzzles you can give the 16x16 Puzzle Solver a try.
Tell me how to find the 6x6 puzzles on your site.Thank you.
Comment 1 by Carol Nielsen. Made on the 20th Jul 2005.
Hello Carol, I do apologise for there not being any 6x6 puzzles available when you last visited. I have now added some for you. They can be found at: www.sudoku.4thewww.com/6x6.php
I will try to add even more soon.
Comment 2 by Daniel (Site Owner). Made on the 20th Jul 2005.
Great site! Ive just begun the Sudoku craze and like it heaps.Ive been trying to figure the best way to start of the puzzle and through to finnishing it. Have you any tips for a beginner like me,please? I believe it comes down to proccess of elimination of numbers that will or wont fit. Am i on the right track? Thankyou
Comment 3 by Mitchell Baker. Made on the 26th Jul 2005.
Thank You! Thank you! THANK YOU!!!
I am another addiceted person to Sudoku and finding 16x16 online adn your Samurais felt like an incredible gift.
Do you know where else I can find more 16x16?
Comment 4 by Perla Minond. Made on the 09th Aug 2005.
do you know where else I can find more 16x16?
Comment 5 by wiesniak. Made on the 22nd Aug 2005.
Thanks for your help. I love all this, and have been trying to get my friends and colleagues to do it as well.
You should be given a Noble Prize for your contribution to mankind.
Comment 6 by william yeoh. Made on the 07th Sep 2005.
I've put a 16x16 on my website if you want it.
That one is what I would rate as moderate (between 4-6 / 10). I'll post the solution today (14 September) and also put up another 8 puzzles from easy-diabolical. Be warned the diabolical puzzle will drive you insane. Mick
Comment 7 by mickdl. Made on the 13th Sep 2005.
By the way, I will also put up an excel s/s with a grid that will fit on 1 A4 page to make it easier for you to solve.
Comment 8 by mickdl. Made on the 13th Sep 2005.
Anybody fancy a 42x42grid (sudok42)?
Over here: www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/classic/A5475431
Comment 9 by Argon0. Made on the 14th Sep 2005.
por favor me podria decir donde encontrar mas de 16x16 muchas gracias
Comment 10 by lobita. Made on the 04th Oct 2005.
Dell Magazines (http://www.dellmagazines.com/) has come out with a new magazine called: Dell Extreme Sudoku. The last few puzzles are 16X16 for those of you who enjoy the 16X16 puzzles. Ciao.
Comment 11 by Nina. Made on the 10th Oct 2005.
ME GUSTARIA SABER DONDE PUEDO CONSEGUIR MAS SUDOKUS DE 16X16
Comment 12 by MONTSE. Made on the 13th Oct 2005.
Checkout http://www.Printsudoku.com. It's a new website where you can find lots of sudokus in pdf format, and also you can play online. There is also Magic Sudokus. This site rocks!
Comment 13 by Meji Jones.. Made on the 11th Nov 2005.
Try out The Sudoku League: http://www.sudoku-league.com - you get points for each solved puzzle and the best player is placed in the Hall of fame.
Comment 14 by HuGO. Made on the 27th Nov 2005.
very nice your 16x16 sudoku.already done!don t you have any more?sorry for my english,thanks!
Comment 15 by donata. Made on the 07th Dec 2005.
Do you know where I can find more non-symmetrical sudoku puzzles?
Comment 16 by Maria. Made on the 14th Jan 2006.
Where can I find Sumo Sudoku? This is sudoku with 8 linked squares. The Times Online UK www.timesonline.co.uk has one, but I haven't been able to find any more.
Comment 17 by Joanne. Made on the 04th Feb 2006.
I'm looking for 12 x 12 sudoku's. Preferably with 1-9 and a,b,c. Can you help?
Comment 18 by Rosie. Made on the 05th Nov 2012.
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.