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Trivia and Facts-What to Know about Sudoku

The first thing we need to mention about Sudoku is that it is quite an addictive puzzle game. However easy it is learning how to play it, the challenge faced by many is the aspect of getting a mastery of the game. Playing Sudoku as a puzzle game is quite fun and with the ideas you will get in this post, you will even be tipped to further enjoy the game as for the fun facts that are detailed herein about the game. The game however assumes a nearly similar name and may be confused in spelling with ‘Sodoku’ which is a kind of fever caused by a rat bite.

Sudoku is a popular puzzle of logic which is largely found in magazines and newspapers. It is as well available in a number of the books, wooden game sets, computer games, and even the electronic puzzles. Sudoku is from the two Japanese words, ‘Su’ and ‘doku’ which both mean, ‘number’ and ‘single’ respectively. This as such has led to the game being known as a single number game as only single numbers were used in the original versions of the game.

In the list of facts you need to appreciate about this game is that it is more of a logic puzzle and not a number puzzle as has been assumed by many to be. You can have the squares in the puzzle filled with numbers, letters or shapes but all it still remains is a Sudoku puzzle of logic.

A Sudoku puzzle should have just a single solution for it to be considered a proper Sudoku puzzle. As such you may realize that there may be some of the versions of the game in the newspapers and magazines as you will realize that some of these have more than one solution to the puzzle. Basically a Sudoku puzzle should contain 17 starting digits.

These puzzles come in a whole lot of different grids. This means that there will be a huge number in the possible permutations for the correct answers for the puzzles. These puzzles happen to be but some of the puzzles which are nearly borrowing from the Latin Square puzzles which have been around for some time.

The Sudoku puzzles and trivia questions are such good recommendations to a number of cases of treating mental diseases and conditions such as Alzheimer’s and dementia as they are as good to keep the mind active as mental exercise games.