Free daily su-doku game, the home of su-doku on the Internet: “Su-doku puzzles (also spelt Sudoku) are 9×9 grids of numbers, subdivided into 3×3 blocks. When you begin a puzzle, some of the numbers are already filled in, and you have to fill in the blank squares using logic. You must fill the grid so that all the numbers 1-9 appear in each row, column and 3×3 box. However, no row, column or 3×3 box may have two of the same number. “

This game is wicked hard. And addictive. It is definetely harder than the set game. I found this by visiting Katie’s Page. Katie went to Saint A’s and is now in Law school in New York. Her blog is fairly new, she even mentions this blog in one of the posts but didn’t give a link to the site. For Shame.

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  1. Katie says:

    I definitely apologize for not linking your fantastic blog when I mentioned it. I wasn’t aware of the blogging etiquette at the time.

  2. Drew says:

    No problem Katie, next time you get a good site from me you can link to me. I would have left the comment on your blog but not sure I want to join another thing like friendster.

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