How to solve our Illustrated Sudoku: An instruction
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How to solve our Illustrated Sudoku: An instruction

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The large 9×9 Illustrated Sudoku square is divided into 9 smaller squares—each of which is composed of 9 fields. Complete the puzzle so that the pictures don’t repeat either inside the small squares, or in lines—vertical and horizontal—inside the large square.

Select the picture and click on the desired field inside the Illustrated Sudoku. If, after placing the picture, the field turns green—you are right! And if it turns red—keep trying!

You can save your unfinished Illustrated Sudoku to your user account by clicking on the heart.

 

Have fun playing!

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