February 05, 2010

Friday Puzzles #30

Oh no I didn’t! You’d better solve this one in a hurry lest anyone look over your shoulder and think you’re some kind of communist scumbag!

Two versions of the “same” diagonal puzzle this week. One is fairly challenging (emphasis on fair there), the other is very challenging, and probably unfair (at least for the purposes of competition). If you’re the sort of person who naively challenges themselves to try the hardest things possible, even when advised not to, then let me say to you the words “Y” and “wing”.

Enjoy!

#035 Diagonal Sudoku – rated hard
[censored due to provocative nature of the design of the puzzle]

#035a Diagonal Sudoku – rated (too) hard
[links directly to the puzzle, which is the “same” but harder.]

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