Sudoku is a popular puzzle game in Japan that has been spreading throughout the rest of the world lately. Similar in form to a crossword puzzle, the game is played using numbers only. There is no math involved, just the correct placement of the digits, one (1) through nine (9), into every row, every column, and every 3x3 square. When finished, each row, column, and 3x3 square must contain all nine digits.
Games with such simple rules of play are often the most captivating, and therein lies the appeal of Sudoku.
The game is simple to play, and once you get started, solving Sudoku puzzles can become quite addictive. So, to help provide your daily Sudoku fix, Gideon Greenspan and Rachel Lee have created Web Sudoku, a website that is capable of generating billions of puzzles. So many, in fact, that you won't soon run out. Click.