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- Place a digit from 1 to 9 into each of the empty squares so that each digit appears exactly once in each of the rows, columns and the nine outlined 3x3 regions.
- A dot between two cells indicates that the digits in the two cells form a double digit square number in the reading direction. there are no square numbers marked by a dot.

- Place a digit from 1 to 9 into each of the empty squares so that each digit appears exactly once in each of the rows, columns and the nine outlined 3x3 regions.
- A dot between two cells indicates that the digits in the two cells form a double digit square number in the reading direction. there are no square numbers marked by a dot.

- Place a digit from 1 to 9 into each of the empty squares so that each digit appears exactly once in each of the rows, columns and the nine outlined 3x3 regions.
- Each number at the intersection of four cells is the sum of digits in those four cells.

- Each number at the intersection of four cells is the sum of digits in those four cells.

- Everywhere 2 odd and 2 even digits form a 2x2 checkerboard pattern, a Battenburg marking is given. A checkerboard pattern is a 2x2 area of cells where the top-left and bottom-right cells are of one type and the top-right and bottom-left cells are of another type. All possible dots are marked.

- Everywhere 2 odd and 2 even digits form a 2x2 checkerboard pattern, a Battenburg marking is given. A checkerboard pattern is a 2x2 area of cells where the top-left and bottom-right cells are of one type and the top-right and bottom-left cells are of another type. All possible dots are marked.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- Each of the four shaded 3x3 boxes contains each digit from 1 to 9.

- Each of the four shaded 3x3 boxes contains each digit from 1 to 9.

- A dot between two cells indicates that the sum of the numbers in these cells is 10 or 11. If no dot between two cells the sum of the numbers in these cells must not be 10 or 11.

- A dot between two cells indicates that the sum of the numbers in these cells is 10 or 11. If no dot between two cells the sum of the numbers in these cells must not be 10 or 11.

- Digits have to be place in accordance with the “greater than” signs.

- Digits have to be place in accordance with the “greater than” signs.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- If digit ‘n’ is placed in a cell with an arrow, digit ‘n+1’ must be placed in one of the cells pointed by the arrow.

- If digit ‘n’ is placed in a cell with an arrow, digit ‘n+1’ must be placed in one of the cells pointed by the arrow.

- There are some dots between cells. The numbers on each side of a dot must always be consecutive. All possible dots are marked.

- There are some dots between cells. The numbers on each side of a dot must always be consecutive. All possible dots are marked.

- Sum and difference of two orthogonally adjacent numbers must not be 5.

- Sum and difference of two orthogonally adjacent numbers must not be 5.

- Adjacent cells with digits summing to 5 are marked by V, while those summing to 10 are marked by X. All possible V and X are marked.

- Adjacent cells with digits summing to 5 are marked by V, while those summing to 10 are marked by X. All possible V and X are marked.

- Adjacent cells with digits summing to 5 are marked by V, while those summing to 10 are marked by X. All possible V and X are marked.

- Digits in adjacent cells cannot be consecutive.

- Digits in adjacent cells cannot be consecutive.

- The arrows outside the grid indicate that the nearest three digits in the corresponding direction are in ascending or descending order (the highest number is always in the direction of the arrow). All possible arrows are given, so if there is no arrow, the first three digits do not form an increasing sequence in either direction.

- The arrows outside the grid indicate that the nearest three digits in the corresponding direction are in ascending or descending order (the highest number is always in the direction of the arrow). All possible arrows are given, so if there is no arrow, the first three digits do not form an increasing sequence in either direction.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- Each of the four shaded 3x3 boxes contains each digit from 1 to 9.

- Each of the four shaded 3x3 boxes contains each digit from 1 to 9.

- The diagram is a toroid; some of the 3×3 regions don't end at the right (lower) edge of the diagram but continue at the left (upper) edge of the diagram.

- The diagram is a toroid; some of the 3×3 regions don't end at the right (lower) edge of the diagram but continue at the left (upper) edge of the diagram.

- Each number at the intersection of four cells is the sum of digits in those four cells.

- Each number at the intersection of four cells is the sum of digits in those four cells.

- Sum and difference of two orthogonally adjacent numbers must not be 5.

- Sum and difference of two orthogonally adjacent numbers must not be 5.

- There are some dots between cells. The numbers on each side of a dot must always be consecutive. All possible dots are marked.

- Digits do not repeat along the marked diagonals.

- Digits do not repeat along the marked diagonals.

- An arrow in a cell indicates that the number in this cell is repeated at least once in the direction the arrow points to.

- An arrow in a cell indicates that the number in this cell is repeated at least once in the direction the arrow points to.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- There are some dots between cells. The numbers on each side of a dot must always be consecutive. Not all possible dots are marked.
- Digits outside the grid indicate the sum of the first 3 digits in the corresponding direction.

- There are some dots between cells. The numbers on each side of a dot must always be consecutive. Not all possible dots are marked.
- Digits outside the grid indicate the sum of the first 3 digits in the corresponding direction.

- Digits have to be place in accordance with the “greater than” signs.

- Digits have to be place in accordance with the “greater than” signs.

- Arrows and numbers outside gridding means how many different numbers in corresponding direction grid.

- Arrows and numbers outside gridding means how many different numbers in corresponding direction grid.

- Digits do not repeat along the marked diagonals.

- Digits do not repeat along the marked diagonals.

- Digits in adjacent cells cannot be consecutive.

- Digits in adjacent cells cannot be consecutive.

- Adjacent cells with digits summing to 5 are marked by V, while those summing to 10 are marked by X. Not all possible V and X are marked.

- Adjacent cells with digits summing to 5 are marked by V, while those summing to 10 are marked by X. Not all possible V and X are marked.

- If digit ‘n’ is placed in a cell with an arrow, digit ‘n+1’ must be placed in one of the cells pointed by the arrow.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- The connected shaded cells contain each digit from 1 to 9.

- Digits along each line read the same from both directions.

- Digits along each line read the same from both directions.

- A number at the edge of the diagram indicates the difference between the first and the last number in the corresponding row or column.

- A number at the edge of the diagram indicates the difference between the first and the last number in the corresponding row or column.

- Cells with shaded squares contain even digits. Cells with shaded circles contain odd digits.

- Cells with shaded squares contain even digits. Cells with shaded circles contain odd digits.

- A number between two cells indicates the sum of the numbers in these cells. A number between four cells indicates the sum between two diagonally adjacent cells, either top left + right bottom (\) or top right + bottom left (/).

- A number between two cells indicates the sum of the numbers in these cells. A number between four cells indicates the sum between two diagonally adjacent cells, either top left + right bottom (\) or top right + bottom left (/).

- The sum of the digits along the path of each arrow equals the digit in the circled cell. Digits may repeat within an arrow shape.

- The sum of the digits along the path of each arrow equals the digit in the circled cell. Digits may repeat within an arrow shape.

- Apply Classic Sudoku rules. Within each coloured region each digit must appear exactly once.

- Apply Classic Sudoku rules. Within each coloured region each digit must appear exactly once.

- Numbers in the red circle are not allowed appears in four squares which is nearby the intersection of row and column red circles.

- Numbers in the red circle are not allowed appears in four squares which is nearby the intersection of row and column red circles.

- A number between two cells indicates the sum of the numbers in these cells. A number between four cells indicates the sum between two diagonally adjacent cells, either top left + right bottom (\) or top right + bottom left (/).