I have prepared a set of 10 puzzles following the common theme of "Uncertainty". I am releasing the puzzles here on a daily basis, but if you are impatient, the full set can be found at this link. Each puzzle is a combination of two variants, but it is unknown in which parts of the grid each variant applies - that is to be determined during solving.
General Rules: Place a digit from 1-9 into each cell of the grid so that every row, column and outlined 3x3 region contains each digit exactly once.
Killer: Digits in marked cages must sum to the total given in the top-left corner. Digits cannot repeat in a cage.
Somewhere: Marked cages must contain each of the digits written in the top-left somewhere in the cage. Digits cannot repeat in a cage.
Combination Rule: In this puzzle, each cage follows either Killer Sudoku rules, or Somewhere Sudoku rules, or both.
Lösungscode: Row 5, followed by Column 8
am 27. März 2020, 10:08 Uhr von Mody
Great idea, funny and tricky
am 23. März 2020, 02:46 Uhr von zhergan
Very nice puzzle:) Thanks..
am 22. März 2020, 23:55 Uhr von SirWoezel
This is a great puzzle!
am 22. März 2020, 20:13 Uhr von Nylimb
Very fun puzzle! Thanks.
am 22. März 2020, 19:26 Uhr von ropeko
In German page the solution code should be row 5 instead 4.
@Feadoor Can you correct it?
am 22. März 2020, 19:12 Uhr von Realshaggy
Sam, you no longer need to fill in both the english and the german version, you can just stick to the english version. Statistica fixed that bug, it's now working like it's described in the introduction. If one field is missing, the field for the other language is always shown.