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The Potter's Clay

Scripture, Theology, the Christian worldview, and other ramblings.

22 August 2005


I am hooked on Sudoku. It is a numbers game that is just plain fun. My father in law is a game guru, and he got me hooked on Sudoku not long ago. Check out the website for more. Apparently this game is all the rage in Japan right now. There doesn't seem to be very many newspapers carrying the puzzle. Here is a simple overview:

" Fill in the grid so that every row,
every column, and every 3x3 box
contains the digits 1 through 9. "

That's all there is to it. There are levels of difficulty. I am good enough to consistently get the easy ones solved, but that is it. I have a long way to go!


Blogger mxu said...

I loved that game until my trial version expired. It usually took me good chunks of time (and I drove my roommates crazy that I could spend so long looking at a box of numbers). So much fun!

22 August, 2005 17:12  
Blogger JIBBS said...

Oh! A new numbers game! Can't wait to play it.

thanks Joe!

22 August, 2005 17:20  
Blogger Joe L. said...

That is so funny! My father in law (Rusty) gets the same reaction from the family. He will spend a lot of time looking at a box of numbers. I am the same way though. I love numbers games way more than word games. I hate crossword puzzles.

Although, I did pick up a book that is all about "cryptic crosswords". They are highly addictive and challenging. Many incorporate mathematical formulas placed “over” a classical word crossword. Hard to explain, but quite fun. Random House Puzzles & Games published the book.

Happy gaming!

22 August, 2005 21:17  

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