Two Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles are more than welcome when we want to relax while we want to occupy our brain. For those who don’t know this puzzle, this is the same thing as a usual Sudoku puzzle each row,column and region must have only each number once. The only difference is that the regions instead of being square (3x3) the regions have different shapes.

The Killer Sudoku puzzles has no given instead it have cages (the dotted box) with a number that represent the the sum of all numbers inside the cage. Knowing that each number must be once in each row, column and region then with the cage you are able to complete this puzzle. I provide you an easy one and more difficult puzzle.

This week I present you two consecutive Sudoku. One for the Super Sudpoku 16x16 and th eother for the usual 9x9 Sudoku. The consecutive Sudoku has the same constraints than a usual Sudoku but also it has a new constraint : each numbers in cells separated by a mark (the white bar) must have a diffence of one (this why the name consecutive). By example if a cell has a 4 and has a mark then the adjacent cell (the cell who share the mark) should have either 3 or 5. This rule also implies that if no mark appears between two cells then the difference of the two numbers is greater than one. Enough discussion, try it by yourself !.