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ISBN:
1421616866
Author:
Terry Stickels
Language:
English
Publisher:
Browntrout Pubs (Cal) (August 30, 2006)
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1632 kb
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  • Vudogal
As stated in the product description, this calendar contains 315 Killer Sudoku puzzles and 50 regular Sudoku puzzles. The general pattern is five days of Killer Sudoku followed by one day of regular Sudoku. There are two exceptions. From January 29 to February 01 there are only four Killer Sudoku puzzles and from December 13 to the end of the year there are only Killer Sudoku puzzles. It seems odd to me that regular Sudoku puzzles are included in a calendar named "Killer Su Doku" because I feel that if one likes to do Killer Sudoku then one would find regular Sudoku to be boring and tedious (as I do).

The puzzles range in difficulty from one to five stars. All of the Killer Sudoku puzzles are in the 3-5 star range, which roughly translates to easy, medium, and hard. 26 of the 50 regular Sudoku puzzles are rated one or two stars. (One would think that if regular Sudoku puzzles must be included, they could at least be difficult.)

There are two things that irritate me about this calendar. One is that it contains regular Sudoku puzzles. The other is one of my pet peeves with some page-a-day calendars, which is that all weekends, with only two exceptions, have Saturday/Sunday on one page. There are 51 shared weekend pages and 50 regular Sudoku puzzles which translates to 101 fewer Killer Sudoku puzzles than could have been possible.

I am, however, enjoying solving the puzzles. I would like to put in a request to authors and publishers of Killer Sudoku calendars: Please have one page for each day of the year and please include only Killer Sudoku puzzles. Thank you!
  • Nuliax
The puzzles are good, although i agree with the other reviewer's comments about the weekends (would prefer one per day instead of one per weekend) and the regular sudoku puzzles (don't need them). my problem with this calendar are the duplicates - the most obvious being april 11 and december 13 - they are 100% identical. i only noticed this because when i need a new puzzle, i start taking them from the back and just happened to see dec 13 right after doing apr 11. i told the publisher about this but they didn't respond. i'm sure there are other duplicates too, but am not interested in buying a new one just to find the duplicates. i guess the authors could only come with just so many puzzles and filled the calendar with duplicates and regular puzzles (some of the 3* and 4* puzzles are probably duplicates of 5* puzzles, but with a three-square combo broken into a 1-square combo and a 2-square combo to make it easier to solve).

*update: the duplicate mentioned above applies to the 2007 16-month calendar (2006-2007).
  • Mr.Twister
The puzzles are good, although i agree with the other reviewer's comments about the weekends (would prefer one per day instead of one per weekend) and the regular sudoku puzzles (don't need them). my problem with this calendar are the duplicates - the most obvious being april 11 and december 13 - they are 100% identical. i only noticed this because when i need a new puzzle, i start taking them from the back and just happened to see dec 13 right after doing apr 11. i told the publisher about this but they didn't respond. i'm sure there are other duplicates too, but am not interested in buying a new one just to find the duplicates. i guess the authors could only come with just so many puzzles and filled the calendar with duplicates and regular puzzles (some of the 3* and 4* puzzles are probably duplicates of 5* puzzles, but with a three-square combo broken into a 1-square combo and a 2-square combo to make it easier to solve).

update: the duplicate mentioned above applies to the 2007 16-month calendar.