Sudoku Syndication by Sudoku Puzzler
Syndicated or custom, 9x9 and 6x6 Sudoku puzzles for newspaper, magazine, book, and web publication by Ian Riensche, the Sudoku creator for the Tacoma News Tribune, The Olympian and Reader's Digest Canada. Premium Sudoku at a budget price.
Sudoku Puzzler has the broadest difficulty range compared to every syndicated Sudoku puzzle that I've tested. Why does this matter? Because some readers have told me they only do the Diabolical Sudoku; in other words, they only care about the hardest Sudoku of the week and not the easier puzzles. These days, who wouldn't seek to give their newspaper as broad an appeal as possible, by including readers that crave the most challenging puzzles.
Are you a weekly newspaper? Sudoku Puzzler is complementary for weeklies in exchange for a link to this website. It is my goal to work with every newspaper in order to make premium Sudoku possible for every budget. Sudoku Puzzler online version, is free, whether you utilize the print version or not. Please email me at email@example.com if you have questions or would like more information.
Copy and paste the code below into your web page in order to link to this website:
Free Sudoku Web Feature
Free interactive Sudoku web feature for your newspaper's Sudoku web page. Even if you don't subscribe to Sudoku Puzzler's daily print puzzles, you are still welcome to use this Sudoku web feature for your web site. All I ask is that you retain the link to Sudoku Puzzler. Here's the code:
Copy and paste the code above to get the embedded page below.
Sudoku Puzzler's available difficulty levels:
- Ultra Easy
All Sudoku puzzles are ready for print, with solutions. For samples, please see the PDF (above); for more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below is a graph that numerically compares the difficulty level of Sudoku Puzzler (blue) with Universal Uclick's Daily Sudoku (red) and Universal Sudoku (green). All three Sudoku puzzles start off at about the same difficulty rating at the easy end, but as we move right along the graph some separation begins to occur. When we get to the difficult end, Sudoku Puzzler is clearly above the other two in terms of difficulty, yet without being ridiculous. Sudoku Puzzler's Diabolical is typically what would be printed on Sundays.
Below are the results of James Lee's assessments, in graph format. The first graph shows the solution times, as recorded by Mr. Lee. The second graph shows his assigned difficulty level, based on his own formulation.