# Sudoku Revolution

**Sudoku Revolution** contains several variations of Sudoku puzzles.

CLAUDE CALDWELL. Guest Opinion As we emerge from COVID-19, many of us are looking forward to a “better normal,” one that addresses all those other threats that were on our minds before the. Every Sudoku has a unique solution that can be reached logically. Enter numbers into the blank spaces so that each row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9 without repeats. Enter numbers into the blank spaces so that each row, column and 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9 without repeats. Sudoku is one of the world’s most popular puzzle games, but it is often misunderstood. Many people think that Sudoku is a game of luck – they think that you should have to guess which numbers belong in each empty place. But the truth is, Sudoku is a game of logic and skill, not luck. Sudoku Revolution 2 brings you new rules for Sudoku! Sudoku Revolution 2 contains several variations of Sudoku puzzles. Basic Rule: Fill numbers in the board such that every row, column and region contains one occurrence of each number. Normal Mode: Basic Sudoku Rules.

Basic Rule: Fill numbers in the board such that every row, column and region contains one occurrence of each number.

## Sudoku Revolutionary

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## Sudoku Revolution Online

- Normal Mode: Basic Sudoku Rules.
- Jigsaw Mode: Regions are in arbitrary shape.
- X Mode: Each of the Main Diagonals can only contain one occureence of a number.
- Jigsaw-X Mode: Combination of Jigasw mode and X mode.
- Even-Odd Mode: brown cells contain only even digit, green cells contain only odd digit.
- Hyper Mode: 4 extra square regions must contain only one occurrence of each digit.
- Anti Diagonal Sudoku: each diagonal has at most three different digits.
- Consecutive Sudoku: all the places where adjacent cells are consecutive numbers have been specially marked.
- Non-Consecutive Sudoku: no two adjacent cells have consecutive values.
- Argyle Sudoku: every marked diagonal line contains each digit not more than once.
- Anti-King Sudoku: neither orthogonally nor diagonally adjacent can have equal digits
- Anti-Knight Sudoku: all cells at a chess knight move (at a distance of 2 by 1) must hold different digits.