The origin of Sudoku can be traced back to the 18th century when the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler proposed Latin squares. It later evolved into a number puzzle game developed by an American mathematician and eventually became the Sudoku game we know today in Japan.

The rules of Sudoku are simple, yet the solving process is intriguing, requiring players to engage in logical reasoning. It serves as an excellent brain-training game.

How to Play Sudoku?

The rules of Sudoku are as follows:

You need to fill in the numbers in each cell according to these rules to ensure the entire Sudoku grid adheres to them.

The solutions to valid Sudoku puzzles are unique, so you must carefully deduce which numbers to fill in based on the given clues.

We have prepared "Beginner" difficulty levels for newcomers to familiarize themselves with the rules. As you progress, you can gradually increase the difficulty!

Instructions for Playing Our Sudoku Game

Below the grid, there are two rows of number buttons:

Below the two rows of numbers, there are some auxiliary buttons:

We will keep track of your game statistics, including difficulty level, shortest completion time, number of puzzles solved, and the number of perfect solutions achieved. A perfect solution is achieved without using hints or the automatic solving feature and without making any mistakes.