Sudoku Variants Series (231) - Odd/Even Bridge Sudoku
(Published on 22. May 2018, 00:00 by Richard)
For this Sudoku Variants Project I have planned to publish a different Sudoku variant every second Tuesday. I will see how long it takes before I am running out of ideas.
Odd/Even Bridge Sudoku
Apply classic sudoku rules. There are some pairs of circles connected by bridges. Each connected pair of circles has one even number and one odd number. The even number denotes the number of even numbers along the bridge and the odd number denotes the number of odd numbers along the bridge. The numbers on the circles are not counted. Numbers can repeat on the bridges.
Inspiriation for this type comes from WSC 2017.
Solution code: Row 8, followed by column 5.
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