Sudoku Variants Series (006) - Consecutive Sudoku
(Published on 7. January 2014, 00:00 by Richard)
For this Sudoku Variants Project I have planned to publish a different Sudoku variant every Tuesday. I will see how long it takes before I am running out of ideas.
Apply classic sudoku rules. In all cases where two neighbouring cells contain consecutive digits, a circle is placed between those cells.
Solution code: Row 1, followed by column 8.
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Solved by RALehrer, Eisbär, KlausRG, deu, r45, saskia-daniela, Ute2, flaemmchen, Statistica, adam001, lutzreimer, zorant, ibag, sternchen, ch1983, Mody, Ours brun, Thomster, Mathi, HaSe, Zzzyxas, CHalb, ... Pingu, martin1456, zhergan, ohm0123, Realshaggy, Oskama, Resu, azalozni, jirk, MaM, Matt, AndreasS, jessica6, lubosh, Julianl, Kwaka, angelasteffen, Gyuszi13, skywalker, CSR94, amitsowani, Bramme
on 9. May 2016, 15:16 by ohm0123
It is pipe sudoku. Hard but funny.
on 6. February 2014, 20:06 by Oliver Strauß
I love consecutive Sudokus.
on 7. January 2014, 21:47 by CHalb
That was fun!