kakuro


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kakuro

(kəˈkuːrəʊ)
n
a puzzle in which numbers must be fitted into a grid so that the numbers in each row and column add up to the total indicated
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These will feature cut-outs of Kakuro and Sudoku puzzles, as well as word searches from KT Young Times and KT City Times.
61415111224182623961022 ST LEDTFEASNISELOG 9 Part of a contract written in small type (4,5) 13 Protective pad under a plate (5,3) KNIRHSPMETAIRER ARENIENIHCAMSEO KaKuRO 1920 DDELICATESALRTP 2 Passage
225 Kakuro Challenge In each case you should start from the central shaded letter and move one letter at a time (up, down, right or left, but not diagonally) to follow the path.
Gregory Hartswick Diagramless crossword 1924 Edward Powys Mathers Cryptic crossword 1925-1926 ([dagger]) Elizabeth Kingsley Double-Crostic (also called Acrostic) 1934 Jacob Funk Kakuro (also called Cross-Sums) 1950 Martin Nadle Jumble 1954 Norman Gibat Word search 1968 ([double dagger]) Erno Rubik Rubik's Cube 1974 Tetsuya Nishio Paint-by-Numbers (also called ca.
All you puzzle fans out there, meet The Beast, a 16x16 kakuro puzzle.
In this paper setting of Differential Evolution's configuration parameters F and Cr for solving Kakuro puzzles is tested.
When sophisticated, wealthy Japanese widower Kakuro Ozu (Togo Igawa) moves in following the death of a neighbor, he immediately detects Renee's cultured side.
He thinks that it could be kakuro, which the Nikoli Web site calls "the king of puzzles." Like sudoku, kakuro asks you to figure out where to write single digits [1-9].
In Nikoli's offices, located not far from Asakusa's Sensoji Temple in downtown Tokyo, Maki's creators are working on what may next sweep the puzzle world--Kakuro, from Japanese kasan kurosu, "addition and across." Kakuro are similar to cross sum puzzles.
IF your Dad's a fan of the puzzle phenomenon Sudoku, then Kakuro is the perfect gift.
Kakuro is Sudoku's bigger brother: THE WAY OF KAKURO: THE KING OF JAPANESE NUMBER PUZZLES VOLUME 1 bills it the top of Japanese number puzzles from the original Japanese creators of the rage Sudoku, and thus it should hold appeal to any who want to move to a new puzzle based on numbers.
Kakuro, sometimes called Cross-sums, is often referred to as Sudoku's bigger (and tougher) brother.