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Knight Rider Sudoku

Post by Michael Pajaro » Wed Nov 30, 2005 12:10 am

There's a new fad (to the U.S.) hitting the newspapers: Sudoku puzzles. They are logic games where you have to arrange the digits 1-9 in a grid such that every row, column, and small box of 9 contains all the digits.

I'm making a few Knight Rider Sudoku puzzles. They work the same way as the regular game, except you use letters instead of numbers. For those of you who already play Sudoku, this should be fairly simple. For those who have never tried one, it may be an easy introduction.

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If you want to give it a whirl, click on the link and print out the larger puzzle. Have fun!
http://www.knightridermovie.com/sudoku/sudoku1.jpg

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Re: Knight Rider Sudoku

Post by Toni Nummela » Wed Nov 30, 2005 2:19 am

Michael Pajaro wrote:There's a new fad (to the U.S.) hitting the newspapers: Sudoku puzzles.


Nice to hear.

It's the same in Finland: suddenly Sudoku everywhere.

I have to admit that even I have become addicted to Sudoku. Never thought it'd be possible to combine them to Knight Rider. Very fun idea. I'll give it a try on my way from work to home (by bus that is :-)).

/TN

P.S. I myself have developed something nice KR-related "items" too that I thought would be nice to share with this board. Soon you'll know what they are.

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Post by Toni Nummela » Wed Nov 30, 2005 5:17 am

Done in lunch break. I flipped the solution 90 degrees clockwise to avoid spoiling the pleasure from others. So rotate your head to the right to see the answers. Or did I get it right? :-)

ERK TIN HGD
ITN HDG KRE
DHG KER INT

KEI RGT DHN
HDR INE GTK
GNT DKH EIR

TGE NHD RKI
RKH ETI NDG
NID GRK TEH

/TN

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Post by Wizster » Wed Nov 30, 2005 9:11 am

Yep, the craze has swept the UK too.

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Post by Knight of Sweden » Thu Dec 01, 2005 9:29 pm

Sudoku is hot in sweden right now also :D

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Post by FuzzieDice » Wed Dec 07, 2005 2:59 am

I printed it out so I can do it maybe tomorrow after work. I bought a book of Sudoku puzzles and were doing a lot of these in the few days before I moved. They are fun, and rather addicting. :) I never tried one with letters. The one I got for my cell phone also uses symbols.

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Post by knightridergundam » Thu Dec 08, 2005 11:16 pm

How do you do a Sudoku puzzle?
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Post by FuzzieDice » Fri Dec 09, 2005 4:33 pm

They are relatively easy. You have to place the numbers 1 - 9, or in this case the letters that spell Knight Rider (omiting one i and one r, just using K N I G H T R D E) in the squares so that each group of 9 squares, and each row and column of the whole puzzle never has the same number or letter twice and uses each number or letter once only. Once you start doing them, it can be rather addicting. :)

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