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Daily Samurai Sudoku Puzzle

Monday 1st August 2011

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Samurai Sudoku puzzle solution
This is an example of a finished Samurai Sudoku puzzle. It consists of 5 inter-linked standard Sudoku grids. The four 3x3 regions that appear in two separate grids need to satisfy the rules for both grids at the same time.
The best way to approach a Samurai Sudoku grid is to tackle each sub-Sudoku independently, and only as you get towards the end of the puzzle will you find that you need to take in to account that some cells appear in two Sudoku grids.
This page will automatically load the puzzle for today. If you want to play a different puzzle, go to the archive page and choose your puzzle.
There are two ways to play a Sudoku puzzle, you can just use the mouse/touchscreen, or you can use the mouse and keyboard. You can switch between the two methods any time you like, and can use a combination of both.

Playing with a mouse/touchscreen.

Playing with a mouse and keyboard.

Any mistakes you make will be hilighted in red. The website will know when you have completed a puzzle and will tell you. If you have an account and are logged in, the website will remember that you have completed that puzzle. You will also take part in out leaderboards. It's free to create an account!

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