Sudoku Original1972 Plays
Sudoku Original Walkthrough
Sudoku is a popular puzzle game featured in newspapers and magazines. Although its name originated in Japan, the game of Sudoku did not; it takes its roots from number puzzles featured in late nineteenth century French newspapers and its modern incarnation from Howard Garns and was featured in puzzle magazines. Sudoku Original is a brain game that follows the rules of Sudoku and allows you to play from the comfort of your computer without using a single sheet of paper!
The objective of Sudoku Original is to fill in the grid so that every row, column, and three-by-three grid contains each of the digits from 1 to 9 (these digits do not have to be in numerical order). The game is times, but there is no time limit, so you can take as long as you want on this brain game. There are seventy-five levels broken into three groups of twenty-five by difficulty level. These puzzles can be played in any order of your choosing. If you are new to this brain game, then I advise playing the first twenty-five levels first to get the hang of it.
Sudoku Original can be controlled by the mouse, the keyboard, or a combination of both. Select squares by clicking them or using the arrow keys to highlight them. Input numbers by using the number keys on the keyboard or clicking on the number pad that appears on the screen when squares are clicked upon. If you are trying to go for speed, then I advise using the mouse to select squares and the keyboard to input numbers.
Sudoku Original is primarily an exercise in the cognitive skill of decision making. Using the numbers that are already filled into the grid, you can use the process of elimination to deduce which numbers will go where. Start by filling the numbers in that you know are correct, then work from there. Do not be ashamed to use hints if you get stuck. You are given three hints on each level of this brain game, so use them wisely!
Sudoku fans will appreciate the seventy-five brain-challenging puzzles of Sudoku Original. This brain game is excellent for a quick break or a full-on Sudoku binge!