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CalcuDoku Light

Have you ever wondered how to combine a puzzle you love, like sudoku, with something you've always feared, like gym class? Maybe not gym class, but how about math class? Conceptis Puzzles' CalcuDoku Light is the latest edition in their Conceptis Light series, and this puzzle pack features plenty of mathematical mayhem to keep you occupied.

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CalcuDoku Light Solutions

Level 1 (4x4)

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Level 2 (5x5)

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Level 3 (6x6)

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7 Comments

Hmm Steve,

a nice effort for a walkthrough, however the check button option makes it a bit unnecessary. Maybe it's me being weak using this button (sometimes..), but it would be more difficult not to show the solution "ingame" already. All the Conceptis puzzles have this option and personally I think it's a shame.
No solution at all makes me try harder.

I agree with Pat about the walk through and the in game solutions.

Was very disappointed to see the available numbers for the squares, I found that extremely odd, unless I missed a way to turn that feature off.

Other than that I like the idea of the puzzle

hate to break it to you, but this has already been invented. It's been in my morning newspaper daily for quite some time now, and they call it "Kenken"

It's also been right here, along with a brief description of the origin of KenKen :)

Well, whaddaya know! Thank you for your polite response to my unnecessarily snarky comment!

Calcudoku is the most popular "free" name for this type of puzzle. Kenken is the name under which it is marketed in the US and UK, and is trademarked. There are about 18 other names (!)

Calcudoku puzzles were in the news last week: check out Chrome users are best with numbers, IE users worst (slashdot) and
Internet explorer users, don't call them dumb.
Larry Page was happy with the results of course :-)


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