## Missing Pieces I

(Eingestellt am 16. September 2020, 19:04 Uhr von Geelow98)

Rules:
• Cells separated by a king's move (in chess) cannot contain the same digit.
• Consecutive digits cannot lie in two cells connected orthogonally (i.e. sharing an edge).
• Blacked out cells are not neccessary to solve the puzzle.

The standard Sudoku and Little Killer rules apply.

Inspired by Richard's Sudoku Variants Series (190) - Blackout Sudoku.

Have fun cracking this puzzle! This one is intentionally difficult for those who want a real challenge. If you have trouble solving this, don't be discouraged. Spread the word and get to it!

Lösungscode: R2C5, R4C8, R7C3 to R7C9 (no Spaces or commas; 9 digits total) For example: 123456789

Zuletzt geändert am 16. September 2020, 21:05 Uhr

### Kommentare

Heute, 10:42 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
@Geelow98 Did you have a go at Richard's puzzle, as I'd recommended?

If so, are the rules like Richard's puzzle? Is this not a sudoku but a puzzle where we need numbers 1 to 9 not to repeat in any given row, column or region?

If not, is this a normal sudoku but where certain cells are not visible in the little killer sums?

The rules are not clear at all.

Gestern, 02:39 Uhr von spxtr
I think the blacked out cells are not supposed to be counted for the little killer clues. Is that right? Note the wording of the rules in Richard's puzzle is not "standard sudoku rules apply," because they don't.

Zuletzt geändert Gestern, 01:34 Uhr

Gestern, 01:34 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
Can you please explain what you mean by "Blacked out cells are not necessary to solve the puzzle"?

Zuletzt geändert am 16. September 2020, 21:06 Uhr

am 16. September 2020, 21:00 Uhr von Ours brun
I meant that the Little Killer rules are not mentioned (if these are indeed standard Little Killer clues). I doubt the puzzle can be solved without them. :)

@Ours brun Ahhh I see your point :)

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