These are two Sudoku Labyrinth puzzles (Rules of Sudoku Labyrinth) you must enter many times the sequence 1,2,3 and 4 in the path so that at the end each column and row has each number (1,2,3 and 4).

This puzzle: Bee Words is one of my creations and it is a letters puzzles. I have done logic, numbers and Sudoku puzzles but I have also made some letters puzzles but I have not yet published letters puzzles. I will try to remedy at this imbalance in the following months.

The Bee Word (Bee Words Rules) is a version (on steroid) of the hidden word. You have to find out in a grid all the words from a list. At the end after you have found all the words, the remaining letters in the grid form the hidden word. The challenge is that the grid has the shape of a hive: all the cells are hexagons. Then the words may be placed in the grid in a path having sinuosity. Also a letter in the grid belong to only one word. It could happen that when you try to identify a word in the grid that you find the same letter in two different cells. In this case it is better to wait and to find another word to place to elimnate one of the two letters. Because, lke a labyrinth if you select the wrong letter you could end in a deadlock. It is up to you to find the correct letters.

I am sure the Bee Words is a puzzle that will pleased you.

Bee Word Swarm is available on Amazon UK, Amazon US and any other Amazon websites. This book has 288 puzzles of different sizes to give you hours of fun.

I present you two puzzles, to give you an idea of the charms of this game.

The Sudoku Limit puzzle (Rules of Sudoku Limits ) is special because it has no givens, the clues appear in the box with a big X, these clues indicate that the number in the box appears in the cells facing this number up to the next box or the edge. Also (like the standard Sudoku) each column and row must have all the number only once. For the following puzzles use numbers from 1 to 7.

This month, Innoludic has reached 6 years old !!!. I was not sure at the beginning of two things 1) if people will be interested in an amateur puzzle website (they had so many puzzle websites).

2) if I would have the energy and the willingness to last.

The answer to the first question is yes, some of you seem to like my puzzles. I have published around 900 puzzles, puzzles of all kinds : Dots-to-dot, Sudoku 3D, Kakuro Spark Sudoku, etc., since the beginning and all made by myself. I am proud to say that some of them are unique. So even with the imperfections that Innoludic has I believe that the quality of my puzzle could compensate. But it does not mean that I cannot improve the quality of Innoludic. I have many projects that I want to do, and the improvement of Innoludic is one of them.

For the question number two, the answer is maybe the fact that after 6 years, I look back and I realize that I have published nearly each week at least one article in English and French I have published over 800 articles published. Am I am tenacious ? I think that the mean reason why I have done that is because I like it. Innoludic is a fantastic window to share my creation and in the same way to publicize my books (making some money does not hurt) and my puzzles.

So I want to thank you for your fidelity it is much appreciated.

I take the occasion to present you two Sudoku X. (In addition to the regular Sudoku rules each diagonal- in grey- must contain the number 1 to 9).