Saturday, October 23, 2010 

You need Java enabled to view the crossword applet.

If you do not have Java installed you can obtain it from java.com. If do have Java you may need to check your security settings to make sure that applets are enabled, especially if you are viewing the puzzle from your hard disk. In Windows XP you may be able to enable the applet by clicking on the yellow bar at the top of the window and selecting "Allow blocked content".

Previous LDN Sudoku puzzles

Suggestion: Print out this puzzle page.  Mark each
square with small numbers suggesting only the numbers which
are possible in that square.  After you are done filling in the
printed page, return to the interactive puzzle on the screen and
complete the puzzle.  Good luck!

How do you play?

Sudoku is a game of logic, not mathematics.  Each vertical row must uniquely
contain the numbers 1 - 9 with no duplications or missing numbers.  Each horizontal
row must also contain the numbers 1-9 with no duplications or missing numbers.
And each 3x3 block (marked by the bold lines) must also contain only the unique
numbers 1-9.  There is only one solution for each puzzle.


Note: if the LDN Daily Sudoku puzzle does not appear in your browser window, you may need to install Java.  Click here to go to the Sun Java site.


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