This year, Brainfreeze Puzzles gave us an easy one, and we’ve solved it already!
To celebrate Pi Day, the given clues are the first 18 digits of π = 3.14159265358979323…
This puzzle only has 18 clues! That is conjectured to be the least number of clues that a unique-solution rotationally symmetric puzzle can have.
Yes, this year’s puzzle was too easy, so we’re trying the more freezier puzzle, next!
Let us know how you did — We can tell you if you got it right — and be sure to submit your entry to Brainfreeze Puzzles!
March 14th, 2010 Puzzles
The story and illustrations section of the first volume of the Sudoku Odyssey books is done and sent to the illustrator for review. It will be going to press next month, so next I’m laying out the puzzles, instructions, and solutions. Thank you all for your support so far!
Beasts found their way through the forests of Trimaris to Martinmas Moot, and brought 3 puzzles for the best minds of medieval times to solve. The three puzzles, one each for the seas that surround the Kingdom of Trimaris that Beasts have visited, are shown within. Nobody yet has claimed to have solved any of the puzzles, but messengers may be slow since they do not yet ride Beasts!
The three puzzles on a single scroll.
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A special treat is being prepared for hungry Beasts everywhere: The Beast Feast Bouquet! Designed to illustrate for Sudoku Odyssey readers the flowers encountered in Suki’s travels, Read the rest of this entry »
See this year’s Brainfreeze Pi Day 2010 Sudoku Challenge!
in 2008, we were the only ones within a whole sun’s journey to submit a correct answer. Be the one in your area to rise to this sudoku challenge. Read the rest of this entry »
November 2nd, 2009 Puzzles
Wenn now has a journey journal and is on her way to the beginning of an exciting journey. Albard’s first journey wasn’t as exciting as this one will be. What new lands will they explore, and what tales will they bring home to tell?