1-dimensional sudoku?

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1-dimensional sudoku?

Postby Pyrrhon » Sat May 27, 2006 4:55 am

In chess we have one-dimensional variants. In sudoku we haven't (at least I'm not aware of any).

I'm would be suprised if you have some nice ideas.

Saying it more formally:

Find an intersting sudoku variant with only a row and so much fields as you like.

Of course odd-even/sum/product/consecutive constraints ... are allowed.

I hope for tough variants.

I know making this single row to a circle, to a moebius strip or some of such rows to a plus-sign, a letter or a dollar-symbol would be the next steps. But lets begin with one-dimensional sudoku before we go into almost one-dimensional variants.

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