Super Sudoku

## Super Sudoku 25X25 # 4

Being in vacations is not a reason to don't undertake a challenge, specially when it is a Super Sudoku of size 25X25. You need to use numbers from 1 to 25, each region, column and row has a lenght of 25 cells.

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle: maxi_25_000004.pdf

Solution : maxi_25_000004_sol.pdf

Have a great time !

## Sudoku Diagonal # 1

This is two Sudoku Diagonal puzzles. This kind of puzzles is similar with classical Sudoku with a little supplementary twist: in each 2 diagonals (gray cells) the numbers from 1 to 9 ( or 1 to 16 in the case of the Super Sudoku) must appear  only once. The first puzzle is a classic Sudoku with the two diagonals.

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle :sudo_X_.00060.pdf

Solution : sudo_X_00060_sol.pdf

And the next one is a Super Sudoku (16X16) witj the same constrrain: the two diagonals must have the numbers from 1 to 16.

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle :super_X_00061.pdf

Solution : super_X_00061_sol.pdf

If you like this last puzzle, you will find a lot of them in my latest book : Super Sudoku 16x16 Variations. (Plus many others variations .

Have a great day !!!

## Super Sudoku 16X16 even/odd

To continue with variation about the Super Sudoku 16x16. One that is obvious is the Sudoku even/odd, each grayed cell has an even number (2,4,6...) and on the other hand each normal cell (white cell) has odd number (1,3,5 ..). This constrain help you to determine which number to put. So I present you one puzzle

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle: sudokup_16X16_00001.pdf

Solution : sudokup_16X16_00001_sol.pdf

If you find this puzzle to scaring you could try a conventional 9x9 Sudoku even.

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle: sudokup_9X9_00013.pdf

Solution : sudokup_9X9_00013_sol.pdf

I hope that you enjoy these puzzles !!

## Consecutive Super Sudoku 16X16 # 1

Directly from the oven, still steaming,  I present you a different flavor of the Super Sudoku: the consecutive Super Sudoku. In addition to the regular rules, each cell having a mark (white bar) must have a number that is consecutive to the other cell sharing the mark. This means that the other number in the other cell must have  a difference of 1 with the original cell. 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 !.

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle : sudoku_16X16_00001.pdf

Solution : sudoku_16X16_00001_sol.pdf

Because this is the first time that I make this puzzle, yours comments, suggestions even critics are welcome.

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## Super Sudoku X 16X16 # 1

To continue with the Super Sudoku's variations, I present you the Super Sudoku X. As you can see, the grid has two diagonals (with gray cells), this means that you need to have the numbers from 1 to 16 in each diagonal (in addition to have the same thing for the rows,columns and regions). This constrain gives you more clues to solve this kind of puzzle. I provide you two puzzles to let you appreciate this variant.

1)

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle: super_x_00007.pdf

Solution : super_x_00007_sol.pdf

2)

The printable files PDF.

Puzzle: super_x_07773.pdf

Solution : super_x_07773_sol.pdf

Enjoy