I suggest you this week two Hyper Sudoku 3D puzzles (Rules of Sudoku 3D) . Each cube is 6x6x6 so you use numbers from 1 to 12. Do not forget that rows and columns span on two different faces on the same cube and some faces span also on two faces of different cubes. These two puzzles are perfect companions for confinement.

Because it is pleasant to be teased mentally with challenging puzzle I offer you two Hyper Sudoku 3D puzzles (Rules of Sudoku 3D) ? They have different shape and size, so your brain will be busy solving thes two puzzles. The first one is a combination of three cubes and you need to use numbers from 1 to 8. And to add more spice, the regions have irregular shapes. The last is a combination of three cubes but with greater size, so use numbers from 1 to 12.

The Hyper Sudoku 3D (Rules of Sudoku 3D) is intrinsically related to this website. In fact (to my knowledge) I am the only one that creates these puzzles. As I said, the Hyper Sudoku 3D is the assemblage of many cubes together. With only two cubes the set up could be one cube over the other or side by side like the following puzzle. Just to remind you that whwn two faces of of two different are touching then a row or column is created beetween these two cubes. Therefore this give you supplementary information to complete the puzzle and above all it forces you to think outside the box. The first puzzle (use numbers from 1 to 8).

Of all my puzzles created, the one that is not yet copied is the Hyper Sudoku 3D (Rules of Sudoku 3D). This means that you could only find them on Innoludic. This puzzle allows me a lot of variety in creating them by using 1) different sizes: from 4x4x4 to 8x8x8, 2) configurations: two or three cubes, 3) variants : with regular or irregular regions. This is not surprising that this puzzle, the Hyper Sudoku 3D, pleases a lot of people who want to try something else than the usual classical Sudoku. I provide you three puzzles to illsutrate the richness of this puzzle.

The first one is an aggregate of three 4x4x4 cubes. The peculiarity of this puzzle is that each row and column spreads on two faces of the cube. This is the rule for the Sudoku 3D, but for the Hyper Sudoku we need an additional rule, because the puzzle has more than on cube, a portion of a row or column appearing on a face of a cube could also form a row or column with the face of the next cube (the two faces of the two different cubes must be adjacent). So try this one , use numbers from 1 to 8.