The crossword puzzle ‘Sudoku’ is by and large one that is known to be quite an addictive type. It is easy to learn but not so for a mastery of the game. It is quite fun playing and this post gets you some further fan facts that will enable you enjoy the game even more. However when it comes to the spelling and name of the game, you may be advised to be aware that the names sound more of a similar one to ‘Sodoku’ which is a kind of disease or fever caught out of a rat bite.
Sudoku is a logic puzzle that has proved to be very popular in a number of magazines and newspapers. It is as well available in a number of the books, wooden game sets, computer games, and even the electronic puzzles. Sudoku is from the two Japanese words, ‘Su’ and ‘doku’ which both mean, ‘number’ and ‘single’ respectively. It is as such known as single number due to the fact that only single numbers, from one to nine, are used in the original versions of the game.
Amongst the facts we will look at as you seek to enjoy and understand the game even more is to appreciate the fact that this is a logic puzzle and not a number game as has been taken by many. The squares can be filled with the numbers, letters or shapes but the game will still be a logic game all the same and this link will help.
A proper Sudoku puzzle need to have just one solution. This as such may mean that you will realize that some of the puzzles may not be as good for being original as they will give you more than one solution to the puzzle. Basically a Sudoku puzzle should contain 17 starting digits.
These puzzles come in a whole lot of different grids. As such you will realize that there will as well be a number of the permutations for the possible answers to the solutions. These puzzles happen to be but some of the puzzles which are nearly borrowing from the Latin Square puzzles which have been around for some time.
It is highly healthy and fun playing Sudoku as such you are invited to enjoy playing it with a clear conscience.