(Eingestellt am 13. September 2021, 03:40 Uhr von Gunther)
- Normal sudoku rules apply:each row, column, and region indicated by thick borders in the grid must contain the digits 1 to 9 once each.
- Cells in cages must sum to the clue given in the top left corner of the cage. Digits cannot repeat in a cage.
- Each pair of diagonally adjacent cells which are both a knight’s move away from a gray cell must sum to the digit in that gray cell.
E.g. the 9 in the following image is a knight. All red cells are knights moves from the 9 and form four diagonally adjacent pairs of cells summing to 9. (The pairs do not have to be unique)
You can play this puzzle here:
Good luck! Always open to constructive criticism.
Lösungscode: Rows 4 and 6. I.e. the 9 digits in row 4 from left to right, followed by the 9 digits in row 6 from left to right, for example: 123456789123456789.
Gelöst von AutumnFrog, misko, ___, SKORP17, cfop, Julianl, Noorgard
am 29. September 2021, 12:39 Uhr von Hausigel_mod