Friday, February 10, 2012

Challenging SUDOKU

Finally... i can play SUDOKU now!!! One of my students in my Eikaiwa class, Nishijima san shared and teached my class today on how to play it and i found it so interesting.
Sudoku is a fun logic-based number placement puzzle. Using logical reasoning depends on player level, player will decide how to place numbers into Sudoku grid. It requires the player to fill in the 9x9 square grid with the numbers one to nine. The numbers should be arranged in such a way that each row, column and mini-grid contains one of each number. There is only one correct answer for each puzzle and no guessing is necessary. A single error in a Sudoku throws the whole game out.
Rules are easy to learn. Although Sudoku grids use numbers, we don't need mathematical skills to solve the puzzles. The more puzzle we, the better we become.
Sudoku was originated in Swiss, first published in America known as "Number Square" and popularized here in Japan and given the name Sudoku meaning single number.

First SUDOKU I challenged (right sheet) from Nakajima san... perfect! ;-)

This game is sooo interesting... perfect when we travel.... while we are waiting and bored ... and on rainy days maybe... lol
It is not only helps pass the time but also keeps our mind sharp coz it stimulates our brain cells.
This game is good for all ages. There are some levels ... the easy, average, hard and the evil level.
Well, I'm just learning now... still on easy level but i am beginning to love this game coz it's sooo fun and challenging... and yes, i think i need this kind of game coz like our bodies ... our brain needs excercise too ... especially not to mention that i am not getting younger anymore ... haiz!!! :D))

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