This week, I present you a variation of the Super Sudoku 16x16 puzzle. This puzzle has the shape of a hexagram (a star with 6 sides). In fact this is a Super Park Sudoku on steroid. You use numbers from 1 to 16.

I am proud to present you my latest addition: The Ripple Effect. This puzzle looks like Suguru, the rules are nearly the same. Except that a number in cell can touch in diagonal the same number (contrary to Suguru) and also in a row or column it should have a least the same number of cell than the number before having a the same number. It means that if a number is in a cell, suppose a 4 then the next four cells starting form this cell cannot have a 4. I have created a article about the rules and the strategies needed to solve this puzzle (Rules of Ripple Effect).

I present you 7x7 Ripple Effect puzzles with different difficulty levels in order to let you appreciate this puzzle. Please look at the rules to have explanations on how to resolve this puzzle.

Dont forget that you can find these puzzles in my book Shogun Challenge 1 available on Amazon. This is a perfect gift for any enthusiastic lover of Sudoku puzzles !!.