Sharpen your pencils–and your wits–there’s a new puzzle in town. Millions of Sudoku fans around the world are discovering a brand new addiction: the brain-buster Kakuro. Combining the appeal of a crossword with the addictive properties of Sudoku, it’s the latest puzzle craze to come from Japan. Kakuro is more challenging, more compulsive, and more fun than anything you’ve played before.
50 Easy, 50 Medium, and 50 Hard puzzles
Rules, Tips and Strategies
A “unique sum chart” that is the key to unlocking the logic of Kakuro
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About Timothy E. Parker
Timothy Eric Parker is the world’s most syndicated crossword compiler according to the Guinness Book of World Records. In 1996, Parker’s dual interests in computers and crosswords converged and he developed an interactive crossword that became the Web’s first syndicated… More about Timothy E. Parker
Published by Plume Dec 15, 2005| 240 Pages| 6 x 9| ISBN 9780452287525