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SoDooku Jul 14

Things have been getting a bit serious on the blog lately, so here’s something ridiculously geeky – in the “You wasted your lunch hour on that?” sense – to lighten the mood.

Just to show that sudokus don’t have to use numbers – any set of discrete symbols will suffice – Christopher Lee stars in a puzzle far, far away… it’s SoDooku!

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Pix via Google Image Search; puzzle from Sudoku Generator – rather than the traditional method preferred by The Guardian, where, beginning at sunset, an elderly Japanese man calls out numbers at random while being beaten with a broom of bamboo, this continuing until a puzzle with only one solution has been formed which is then etched into a marble tablet, sanctified in holy water and flown to Farringdon. That sounded like too much effort.

5 Responses

  1. You just gotta love the title! 😀

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    Nahoo 

    Sudoku works with any identifyable symbol or graphic as you can see! Thanks for using our Sudoku generator!

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    Matt 

    “It is clear that this contest cannot be decided by our knowledge of the Force, but by our skills with a biro and the Guardian Sudoku…”

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