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Note: Numbers may be repeated in colour regions as long as they do not break any of the traditional sudoku rules.

**Killer Samurai
24 **

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1) | this page is very cool, killer samurais are the best Comment by: christian. Made on the 13th Jul 2006. |

2) | Have done all these puzzles :) they are great - and very challenging. there is a prob on this one however. the bottom right 9*9 has at least 2 solutions. the top right 3*3 of this particular 9*9 can read as either 483-216-957 OR 483-216-597 and due to this it causes uncertainty in other parts of this 9*9 solution indicates it is the first of the 2 options i have listed - however it is not determinable by logic alone Keep up the good work tho :) Steve Comment by: steve. Made on the 15th Jul 2006. |

3) | Top LH box.....the 25.....not possible with three different numbers! Comment by: Lilymarlene. Made on the 16th Jul 2006. |

4) | this stuff rules Comment by: catherine. Made on the 16th Jul 2006. |

5) | Love these puzzles, But agree - this one has multiple solutions. The bottom right grid in particular. Right hand column - each 3x3 square has at least a pair that could be either or, in total I make it 15 squares in that 9x9 that have more than one possible solution. It would be nice if these grids conformed to the normal "no number repeated in a colour box" rule, but they're still fun without. Comment by: bluejamie. Made on the 20th Oct 2006. |

6) | this is d first killer suduko i've solved.......infact i never knew tat dis type of suduko also exists.....its d most challenging type of all sudukus Comment by: fdtg. Made on the 03rd Feb 2007. |

7) | Son maravillosos, a ver salen mas. Comment by: andoni. Made on the 15th Feb 2008. |

8) | just thought I'd let you know, on a killer sudoku, it is illegal to have a series of three squares that add to 25, since every cell in a series must be different even if they are not in the same row, column, or block. 25 means there is a duplicate number. This is in regards to the top left fifth of the puzzle in the top left of that there is a 25. Comment by: Dan. Made on the 25th Mar 2008. |

9) | also in regards to comment number 2 above, Steve, did you try applying the bivalue universal grave logic algorithm, or the unique rectangles algorithm, im sure this works out to just one answer if you do so, but i will try it, thanks for the tip. :) Comment by: Dan. Made on the 25th Mar 2008. |

10) | I love your site-but in ks 24 upper rh box 4 cells can't consist of 4 numbers totalling 8 Comment by: Bill Bear. Made on the 28th Mar 2008. |

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To solve the puzzle you must make sure that every column, row and 3x3 box in each larger 9x9 grid contains the numbers 1 through to 9. The colours on the puzzle are the cages which all contain a small number which is the sum total of all the squares in that caged area. (The puzzles is basically a combination of a Samurai Sudoku puzzle and a Killer Sudoku Puzzle.)

Almost all of the puzzles can be solved using logic alone and there is no need to guess. A puzzle can take from 1 hour to almost a day to complete depending on its level and your experience. More on the rules and tips for quick solving can be found here.

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The Creator of Killer Samurai Sudoku is Melvyn Lawes. Read the short interview here.