Fuse #8

Friday, May 11, 2007

And Not a Sudoku Grid in Sight

His book isn't even out yet, but author Eric Berlin has already constructed a fabulous little Puzzle Blog for kids to have fun with. So should you be blessed/cursed with children that have too many brain cells ah-bouncing about in their tiny craniums, this might offer the kind of release they crave.

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At 2:04 PM , Blogger adrienne said...

OMG, my godson Lucas is going to *LOVE* this. He's seven, but he enjoys helping me with the New York Times crossword puzzle. He's surprisingly good at it, but, still, I've been trying to find puzzles that are a bit more at his level. Most of the puzzle-type books I find seem to come in two levels -- insulting or adult. These are nice, though.

Of course, I also got a subscription to Games magazine for a little something to challenge both of us....

At 12:14 PM , Blogger Melissa Wyatt said...

Thanks so much for highlighting this blog! It is fabulous indeed. My nine-year-old is big on word puzzles and this was right up his alley and his skill level. Challenging but not so daunting as to be frustrating. You made a kid happy today.

At 10:02 AM , Blogger Unknown said...

For everybody who wants to try out something new in sudoku, try shendoku, using the sudoku rules but playing two people, one against the other, like battleshipps. They have a free version to download at http://www.shendoku.com/sample.pdf . Anything else they are bringing out or they are working on you can find at www.shendoku.com or at they´r blog www.shendoku.blogspot.com . Have fun, I am. I specially like one slogan I heard about Shendoku: SUDOKU is like masturbation (one person)…. SHENDOKU is like sex (it takes two).


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