Number Puzzles & Sudoku
To solve these daily number games and Sudoku, you’ll need to call on your knack for pattern, logic, and maybe even a bit of basic arithmetic.
This is a nifty number puzzle that calls on a trifecta of skills to solve: patterns, logic, and simple math.
The larger grid served up in this logic-meets-arithmetic puzzle ups the difficulty level just enough to get all your synapses firing.
Give Sudoku a shot with the Society’s 9x9 original. (A more manageable size, I must say, than the 59x59 our founders originally proposed.)
Sneak in a pocket-size 6x6 Sudoku during your lunch break, coffee break, or “just don’t want to be productive anymore” break.
The officers in the Secret Order of Sudoku upped the ante with this one: The X in the middle is also a no-repeat zone.
Sudoku X Mini
Though it be but little, this 6x6 Sudoku is puzzling—especially since you can’t repeat a digit in the middle X.