It's the puzzle described as "the Rubik's cube of the 21st century"
and readers can't get enough of them. Now you can have a sudoku puzzle
from the author of The Daily Telegraph Sudoku for your pages.
It was Michael Mepham's puzzle that hit national newspaper front pages
in February 2005.
Each puzzle is guaranteed to be:
1) Unique and with just one solution
— all important as you'll only want to
publish one solution and if you run a sudoku competition you'll want
only one winner.
2) Graded in difficulty. We can supply
puzzles that range from the very easy up to the nigh-on impossible
— and the costs are the same.
3) Symmetrical. You will want a puzzle that
looks good on the page and that doesn't attract derisive comments from
the sudoku devotees.
We supply puzzles in all electronic formats, put
PDF is the preferred format for many of our customers
If you are shopping for quantity, you'll be
pleasantly surprised at the discounts available.
Michael Mepham today
for a quote for your publication.