Author(s): Maki Kaji
It's a paradigm shift, 273 puzzles that present Sudoku for both sides of the brain, left (the logical) and right (the visual). The puzzles are oversized, colourful, graphically arresting - eye-candy - but also challenging. The underlying puzzles are handcrafted by an expert; unlike computer-generated Sudoku, these puzzles draw in the user with symmetry, elegance, and surprise and give the effect and deep satisfaction of matching wits with a master. But then comes the twist: Instead of traditional numbers, the boxes are filled by: clock faces, with the hands pointing from one o'clock to nine o'clock; dominoes, with dots to fill in; plus Roman numerals, playing cards, human hands signing numbers, Japanese characters, and more. The puzzles have to be translated, from number to symbol, for a smart and stunning visual challenge. The puzzles are rated Easy to Hard, and solutions are printed in the back.