The famous SuDoKu puzzle originated in 1783 from Leonard Euler's work on Latin Squares. Chandru Arni's hobby of Mathematical Recreations led him in the early fifties to work on a 2-person board game of Euler's unsolvable "36 Officers problem". However when the 9 x 9 Sudoku puzzle hit the market, he knew there was a 2-person game in it. This is the first version of Arni's SoDoKo game.

The 2- person Game

LET'S PLAY. Challenge the Space Robot Dog SoDoKo who lives in the outer galaxy along with 7 types of SPACEBITS. The winner of this game is the one who completes a ROW or a COLUMN or a 3x2 BLOCK using 6 different SPACEBITS. To Start: Player-1 picks 3 SPACEBITS when they get placed on the tray. Player-2 places these SPACEBITS by clicking on the square of the board or dragging them to that square on the Board. (Check Out the full Rules). After he/she places them on the Board, they strategically pick/click on any 3 SPACEBITS and place them on the tray for Player-1. End of their turn. Player-1 now has to place these 3 SPACEBITS on the Board. And, the game continues.



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Inventor/Designer Chandru Arni
Sole Programmer John Jos
Concept Art /Artist Pratik Jaiswal
..and we could never have done it without  Sumit Mehra
Copyright (C) 2006 by Chandru Arni         All rights reserved         

Now, you don't have to be alone anymore with a puzzle

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