Tuesday, September 17, 2019

New Word Sudoku Puzzle for Tuesday, 9/17/2019

HYENA SPOT
9x9 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 3x3 square contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the diagonal

Solution first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solutions to Monday's Word Sudoku Puzzles

Yesterday's 4x4 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters PS YR (SPRY) and the 6x6 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters SLY COT (COSTLY).


A new set of puzzles in a few hours.

Thanks,
--Dave

Monday, September 16, 2019

New Word Sudoku Puzzles for Monday, 9/16/2019

PS YR
4x4 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 2x2 square contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the shaded column

SLY COT
6x6 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 2x3 rectangle contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the diagonal

Solutions first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solutions to the Sunday Punnish Word Sudoku Puzzles

Yesterday’s Qudoku puzzle set spelled out a never die pun.




New puzzles in a few hours.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solution to the Sunday Challenge Word Sudoku Puzzle

Yesterday’s Sunday Challenge 12x12 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle was based on the letters FUN TV REPLAYS (VENUS FLYTRAP).

New puzzles in a bit.

Thanks,
--Dave

Sunday, September 15, 2019

New Word Sudoku (Punnish Sudoku) Puzzles for Sunday, 9/15/2019

Old typists never die, they just lose their touch.

Like Saturday Swifties, Sunday puns want you to groan out loud. They…never die.

BADGE
5x5 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, enclosed shape and set of circled cells contains these letters exactly once

MINX
4x4 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x2 square and set of circled cells contains these letters exactly once

RUST
4x4 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x2 square and set of circled cells contains these letters exactly once
Copy circled letters to the corresponding numbered cells in the quote grid to spell out the pun

Solutions first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

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Sunday Challenge: New Word Sudoku Puzzle for Sunday, 9/15/2019

FUN TV REPLAYS
Sunday Challenge: 12x12 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 3x4 rectangle contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word or words spell down the diagonal

Solution first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

(All puzzles and text contained in this blog are copyright © 2008-2019, David H. Thompson. All rights reserved. Please tell your puzzle-loving friends to follow this blog. Thank you!)

Solutions to the Saturday Swifty Word Sudoku Puzzles

Yesterday’s Qudoku puzzle set spelled out an adverbial pun known as a Tom Swifty.





The Sunday Punnish Word Sudoku in a few hours.

Thanks,
--Dave

Saturday, September 14, 2019

New Word Sudoku (Swifty Sudoku!) Puzzles for Saturday, 9/14/2019

"It's a rooster!" clucked Tom cockily.

A Tom Swifty is an adverbial pun simultaneously describing the speaker and the speaker's statement. The name comes from the Tom Swift book series for young readers. The authors were roundly criticized for overusing adverbs and descriptive phrases, so that Tom rarely said anything without a qualifying adverb. (The fact that they did this on purpose, to make the books laugh-out-loud funny to read, didn't blunt the criticism.) A Tom Swifty pun is a parody of this style—no longer related to Tom at all—that will make you groan out loud.

FIBULA
6x6 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x3 rectangle and set of circled cells contains the letters in the word exactly once

MOLTEN
6x6 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x3 rectangle and set of circled cells contains the letters in the word exactly once

GROWTH
6x6 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x3 rectangle and set of circled cells contains the letters in the word exactly once

ALBEIT
6x6 Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column, 2x3 rectangle and set of circled cells contains the letters in the word exactly once
Copy circled letters to the corresponding numbered cells in the quote grid to spell out the Tom Swifty

Solutions first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solutions to Friday's Word Sudoku Puzzles

Yesterday's 5x5 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters YEP KS (PESKY) and the 7x7 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters YES BUT P (SUBTYPE).


The Saturday Swifty in a few hours.

Thanks,
--Dave

Friday, September 13, 2019

New Word Sudoku Puzzles for Friday, 9/13/2019

YEP KS
5x5 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and enclosed shape contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the shaded column

YES BUT P
7x7 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and enclosed shape contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the shaded column

Solutions first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solution to Thursday's Word Sudoku Puzzle

Yesterday's 10x10 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters CORNEAL SPY (NARCOLEPSY).

Another set of puzzles in a few hours.

Thanks,
--Dave

Thursday, September 12, 2019

New Word Sudoku Puzzle for Thursday, 9/12/2019

CORNEAL SPY
10x10 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 2x5 rectangle contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the diagonal

Solution first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solution to Wednesday's Word Sudoku Puzzle

Yesterday's 8x8 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters POESY BIT (BIOTYPES).

A new puzzle in a bit.

Thanks,
--Dave

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

New Word Sudoku Puzzle for Wednesday, 9/11/2019

POESY BIT
8x8 Hidden Word Sudoku Puzzle
Each row, column and 2x4 rectangle contains these letters exactly once
The hidden word spells down the diagonal

Solution first thing in the morning.

Thanks,
--Dave

Solution to Tuesday's Word Sudoku Puzzle

Yesterday's 9x9 Hidden Word Sudoku puzzle was based on the letters ZERO GYP MS (ZYGOSPERM).

A new puzzle in just a bit.

Thanks,
--Dave