## NEW Killer Variant - (Not for beginners)

For fans of Killer Sudoku, Samurai Sudoku and other variants

### NEW Killer Variant - (Not for beginners)

I call this variant a KILLER/killer (or K2)

There are two PS Insane rated killers in one grid.

First solve the little killer.

Then transfer the numbers from the little killer cells r4c4/r4c6/r5c5/r6c4/r6c6 into the big KILLER (See below)

So, two tricky killers for the price of one - what a bargain!
mikejapan

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Here's another K2.

First solve the little killer, the transfer all the 1s to the big KILLER and solve it.

mikejapan

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This is a good one.

In this K2, tranfer the 4s in the top middle nonet and the middle nonet from the little killer to the big KILLER.

mikejapan

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Nobody has commented but there have been 300 views so here's another one.

There is no connection between the killers so either one can be done first.

mikejapan

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mikejapan

Posts: 244
Joined: 27 October 2006

Hi Mike

They say variety is the spice of life so I thought I'd have a look at these.

From the first puzzle it appears that the inner grid is solvable independantly of the outer grid, is this always the case or might some of these require feedback. Perhaps you were just getting us warmed up.

All the best,

Glyn
Glyn

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Joined: 26 April 2007

Hi Glyn

In all the K2s, the inner grid (little killer) is solvable independantly of the big grid (big killer). However, the big killer can't be solved without a specified transfer of numbers from the finished little killer (apart from #4 which doesn't need any transfer of numbers).