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Sudoku is a puzzle craze that is currently sweeping the world today. If you haven't heard of this, then you maybe are living in the cave for the last couple of years. It became so popular that it is being compared to the Rubik's Cube that became phenomenon in the 70s and 80s.

It is not a new game. It has been invented in 1979 and published in a puzzle magazine in the United States of America (USA). A certain Hoard Garns was the creator of the game and a former addict. In 1986, it became a craze in Japan. In 2005, the rest of world caught up when it was given attention by media, Internet websites and book publishers.

Thousands of web pages dedicated or about the puzzle are provided if you type Sudoku in Google, Yahoo or any Internet search engine. A treasure trove for everything for Sudoku is the Internet. Computer software that can solve the puzzles, actual puzzles, tips and tricks and blogs about the game are provided for you if you want.

Sudoku stands for the Japanese phrase suuji wa dokushin ni kagiru which means in English the digit remains single. It is composed of a 9x9 grid with a smaller 3x3 grid within. Some squares have the numbers 1-9 and some are blank. Its objective is to fill up all of the squares with numbers from 1-9. The numbers must be entered logically. One main rule is not to have the same number in the same row are column within the smaller grid.

Some attest how frustrating it can get. Its difficulties vary from beginner's level to expert level. It can be enjoyed by almost everyone, young and old...CONTINUE

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