Sudoku Variants Series (034) - Magic Squares
(Published on 22. July 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.
Place the digits from 1 tot 9 in every row, column and 3x3-block. Three of the given 3x3-blocks form a magic square, which means that the sum of both diagonals, the three horizontal lines of three cells and the three vertical lines of three cells is the same.
Solution code: Row 6, followed by column 7.
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on 31. May 2016, 09:49 by ohm0123
It's funny. Good. Thank you.
on 24. July 2014, 11:57 by TashaYar
on 24. July 2014, 04:01 by flaemmchen
Wenn ich das vorher gewusst hätte ... ;-))