Nonomino Sudoku

I’m thinking of expanding my Sudoku addiction to include nonomino sudoku, which has random shapes for the sub-grids instead of squares. There are zillions of free nonomino puzzles in PDF format at Hans Boldt’s web site.

6 Responses to “Nonomino Sudoku”

  1. Kim Says:

    I hate you. Really, really, really hate you. You get me started on Sudoku, and now you introduce this?

    You’re cruel. Do you know how little writing I get done do to my addiction?

  2. Jemima Says:

    Mwahahahaha! I bet you get as little writing done as I do.

    Do you want me to write you an online version? The PDFs don’t have the cool color nonomino backgrounds like the example at Wikipedia had.

  3. Kim Says:

    Oh, sure, why not?

    [throws NaNoFiMo out the window]

  4. Jemima Says:

    I’m working on it. While you’re waiting, there’s a daily jigsaw sudoku at
    Sudoku Online.

  5. Blandi Says:

    Wow, nonomino sudoku is cool! Thanks for the hint! Are there already computer programs for this?

  6. Jemima Says:

    I haven’t seen any, but Hans Boldt must be using something to create so many nonomino sudokus.