Everyday 6 new different Futoshiki puzzles to solve. Fill in the grid so that in every row and column no number appears more than once. Use the inequality constraints to solve the puzzle.
How to solve Futoshiki puzzles successfully
Futoshiki is a board-based puzzle game, also known under the name Unequal. It is playable on a square board having a given fixed size (4x4 for example). The purpose of the game is to discover the digits hidden inside the board's cells; each cell is filled with a digit between 1 and the board's size.
The first thing to say is that a good futoshiki puzzle should be solvable through the use of logic alone, and you should not need to guess.25-Nov-2010
An essential Killer Sudoku solving technique is the "45 rule". This uses the fact that every row, column and block must contain each of the numbers 1 to 9 once. Therefore, the total of all numbers in one row, column or block will always be 45.
Like sudoku, kakuro is a cross sums puzzle that requires logic and patience to crack the grid. But, unlike sudoku, kakuro incorporates filled and empty cells similar to a crossword puzzle for a more challenging, more exciting, brain-twisting experience.
If you utilize only your own brainpower to find the solution, you will likely find Kakuro more challenging. However, take the time to examine and learn the algorithm that Kakuro employs. The game will become easy for you (finding the solution becomes only a matter of time), while Sudoku can remain as hard as ever.31-Jan-2022
Futoshiki is a mathematical puzzle where you must enter numbers into the grid so that:
Kakuro is a puzzle given on a grid of red and white cells. The digits 1 to 9 must be filled into all the white cells so that they satisfy the clues given in some of the red cells. The clues specify the sum of the numbers in the row of successive white cells to the right or the column of successive white cells below.08-Jul-2007
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