Sudoku Puzzles.

Killer Uncaged

These Killer Sudoku puzzles have had the outlines of their cages removed, but the original rules apply, so that each row, column and 3x3 block should contain the digits 1-9. The sum of the digits for each missing cage is located, as usual, in the leftmost cell of the top row of that cage. No digit can be repeated within a cage, and there are no single cell cages.

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In Japanese, hitori roughly translates to ‘leave me alone’, and you’ll understand why when you pick up the rules to this puzzle.

To complete the puzzle, every row and column must not contain the same digit twice. You’ll notice in the example given here that there are repeated numbers, so it’s your job to shade out just enough numbers to satisfy the master rule.


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