Sunday, 10 January 2016

Daily League #55: Odd Labyrinth Sudoku

The second puzzle in the Odd Sudoku series is an Odd Labyrinth Sudoku. I always enjoy solving these puzzles. It has a bit of puzzling in them, which always suits me well. You also get to create an odd/even grid, which is something I always enjoy. Parity variants always seem to suit me well.

In the design I tried to find some interesting deductions in this genre. If that totally worked, I'm not sure, but I had fun designing it. I didn't bother resolving any old puzzles, so it could be that this has been used before. It took a while to construct a valid puzzle though, as too often some of my logic led to no path existing. I think I lost some of the interesting things because I also had to make it unique, but it should still be a fun solve.

Rules for Sudoku

In this Sudoku there has to be a path that runs from the left top corner to the right bottom corner over cells that contain odd digits. This path can only travel horizontally and vertically.

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