Jigsaw Sudoku book

“Tick Twisted! Thick Must have!” said a review of one of the previous volumes of my Jigsaw Sudoku books. Well… I think you MUST HAVE this volume too! Volume 5 of the irregular sudoku aka squiggly sudoku series of books… with 160 JIGSAW SUDOKU puzzles and nothing else!
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  1. Jenifer Lee
    Posted February 7, 2016 at 1:48 am | Permalink

    I bought volume 8. I have never done a jigsaw before. Don’t understand how to Solve them. Each 3×3 doesn’t seem to have 1 – 9 in them. Are there instructions anywhere?

    • Posted February 8, 2016 at 4:29 am | Permalink

      Jenifer, I’ve only published 6 (and not 8) volumes of the Jigsaw Sudoku series, plus some other jigsaw sudoku books. Instructions can be found in almost all of them. I suggest you to start with volume 1 of the Jigsaw Sudoku book series. In short, the only difference between classic and jigsaw sudoku is that there are no 3×3 boxes (aka “nonets”). Instead, the nonets are irregularly shaped, so you cannot repeat a digit in any of the twisted nonets. The usual rules for rows and columns apply.

      Let me know if you need more help! 🙂


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