Consecutive Killer

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Consecutive Killer

Postby Jean-Christophe » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:33 pm

This variant combines a (non) Consecutive and a Killer Sudoku. The adjacent cells separated by a thick line should hold consecutive numbers. The adjacent cells without a thick line should be non consecutive.


Data (cages only)

It should not be hard to solve. Enjoy:)
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Postby Scott H » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:35 am

This was a pleasant one. On the easy side, but we need some of those occasionally. Didn't need the diagonal constraints.

I don't think I've yet seen a very difficult (non)consecutive puzzle. Perhaps giving the (non)consecutiveness of all adjacent cells gives too much info, at least when a lot of pairs are consecutive. Certainly long consecutive runs constrain a lot.
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