Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Sudoku (Logic9) helps to train the mind

Sudoku is a popular game around the world. Many people are hooked on it. It appears daily in Today paper and MyPaper (as Logic9).

The game requires you to fill in the blanks with the numbers 1 to 9, so that it does not repeat in any row, column or box (3X3).

It trains your mind on numbers, logic and pattern recognition. It is useful for children to strengthen their mathemathics. It keeps your mind active, and is useful for older people to keep mentally alert.

I created Logic9 as my version of Sudoku. It follows the same principles, but it has certain special features. All the puzzles (at level 1 to 4) have a unique answer. Many people find it to be more enjoyable to play my kind of puzzle.

You can try this puzzle at Logic9.

You can buy a pocketbook of 128 puzzles at Fairprice, Income branches and many bookstores. It also contains 3 tips on how to solve the difficult puzzles.

Ask for Logic9. Price is $5 only.

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