Azabat Games Collection: Volume 6
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A collection of 5 logic games based on Sudoku. Many of the puzzles use much smaller grids, so there are far fewer cells to deal with (and less to remember).
Each game has 3 levels of difficulty and hints are available if you get stuck. You can also insert pencil marks to help work out the solution.
You can print out the puzzle and solve it on paper if you prefer. The printed puzzle is designed to fill an A4 page and you can download samples below.
These games are designed for blind and visually impaired people and suitable for computer novices through to experts.
Fubuki
The idea is simple enough  arrange the digits 1 to 9 in a 3x3 grid so that they add up to the specified row and column totals  but it's a lot trickier than it looks.
Sample print out (fills an A4 page)

Fubuki Screenshot

Futoshiki
The puzzle size can be 4x4, 5x5, 6x6 or 7x7 and consists of a Latin Square, where the digits for each row and each column can only be used once. At the start of the game, some of the cells are filled in and, in addition, some of the "less than" and "greater than" relationships between neighbouring cells are shown.
Sample print out (fills an A4 page)

Futoshiki Screenshot

Greater Than
This puzzle is similar to Futoshiki except that at the beginning of the game there are no values in the cells but all the "less than" and "greater than" relationships are shown. Puzzle sizes can be 4x4, 5x5, 6x6 or 7x7.
Sample print out (fills an A4 page)

Greater Than Screenshot

Jigsaw Sudoku
Jigsaw Sudoku puzzles follow the same basic rules as regular Sudoku puzzles but they have a range of sizes (6x6, 7x7, 8x8 or 9x9) and use irregular shaped groups instead of boxes. For example, A1, A2, B1, B2, B3 and C3 make up a group in the 6x6 puzzle.
Sample print out (fills an A4 page)

Jigsaw Sudoku Screenshot

Killer Sudoku
Killer Sudoku puzzles follow the same basic rules as regular Sudoku puzzles and are always 9x9.
However, at the start of the game there are no squares filled in, so the puzzle is completely blank, and there are groups of adjoining cells, of various shapes and sizes, with a total given for each group. For example, A1 and B1 may form a group where the total is 17.
Sample print out (fills an A4 page)

Killer Sudoku Screenshot

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