SUDUKO HELP PLEASE
ONCE AGAIN, I’m in need of help.
What I got so far is you need to fill in the missing #’s in each of the
9 squares X 9 times?
If so, why am I not allowed to finish the last 3X3X3 square?
And how does one know when you are finished or do one just quit
& take the score?
Thank you in advance.
Sorry I can’t help with this game, I don’t Sudoku! Alternate entries here I come! LOL
Not one of my games either. I’ve played it before (at other sites and in crossword books) but it is time consuming and to me boring. And it makes me make my mind work too hard. I can keep my mind fun active with other games LOL.
I’m sure Lizzie818 will post some tips tomorrow on this game. She is so good with the games and fguring them out. We’ll just have to wait till then . Or google some tips LOL.
No way I”m even attempting this game. Does anyone know if the “game of the week” entry is correct for Sodoku? It doesn’t say.
You must have the numbers 1 through 9 in each box, each vertical line and each horizontal line without overlapping. That means there is only one way to solve the puzzle. If you attempt to finish and quit,you may still get tickets anyway. There is a box in the corner you can push if you decide to quit. It will ask you to confirm. If the puzzle is complete and correct, a box will pop up.
I used to play Sudoku all the time, but gave up when I noticed the numbers I filled in often kept changing to cause me to waste time having to go back in and redo them. I do hope that won’t happen this time as it is a good game to make your mind work a bit. What I don’t need is the numbers changing automatically to make me crazy. :womanfrustrated:
Hello everyone, Wishing anyone playing Suduko best of luck, game not for me!!! :smileyhappy:
The Sudoku game gives a max of 50 tickets no matter if you play easy/medium/hard. You need a score of at least 1000 points to get 50 tickets.
You get 100 points every time you complete a row, column or 3×3 square. In addition,
If you complete the Hard puzzle, you get 8100 points plus a point for each second that you’re faster than 10 minutes.
If you complete the Medium puzzle, you get 5400 points plus a point for each second that you’re faster than 10 minutes.
If you complete the Easy puzzle, you get 2700 points plus a point for each second that you’re faster than 8 minutes.
If you’re not sure about a number but think it can go in either of 2 places, you can use “Shift” + the number to put in a “guess.” Doing this is better than putting in a number you’re not sure of because if you’re wrong, it’s hard to go back and undo what you guessed and any other following entries you made..
If you’re playing the Mobile Version, there is no choice of Difficulty. It’s always the Easy puzzle, and it’s the same puzzle all day long whether you complete it or not. I think the puzzle changes daily at 7 pm Eastern or so.
If you think you’re finished and it just sits there, you probably have entered something wrong. You can turn on hints to show you the wrong entries, but then you forfeit points.
I have played Sudoku a long time, but in book form only. It is quite tedious and if you are not a numbers person, it’s probably not worth the anxiety. The concept is simple. but the game can be difficult. You may use 1-9 in the small square, making sure you use it only once. While filling in one square of the 9 squares you must always be aware that you can only use 1-9 once vertically, horizonally, etc. It sounds simple in theory, but that’s where the simplicity ends. GOOD LUCK TO THOSE WHO DARE ENTER THE SUDOKU WORLD.
Thank you everyone for your tips.
Unfortunetly I am more confused.
So 1 more question and then I’ll stop EMBARASSING MYSELF & BUGGIN’ EVERYONE!
OK, there are 9 squares in the big overall picture.
Each of those 9 squares contain their own little 9 squares with some of the numbers
already placed by the game.
Is the goal to fill in the missing #’s in each of the little 9 squares within the big 9 squares
and is there a method required as to were one places those missing #’s like sequentially or random?
And then are the individual 9 little squares supposed to correspond in some
way like sequence to the big picture?
I so this may be just too much for me but if not I’d like to keep trying.
THANKS to anyone who has the patience!
Grrr. Another “not my game” game. I’m out. Since I play late at night to decompress before bedtime, I need to stick with simple, non-stress games. Good Luck to All the players . You seriously have my respect. . :+D
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