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Boodle -> Kendoku (10/24/2008 3:14:40 AM)

I've just noticed a new puzzle on the website called Kendoku. Not available as yet but I look forward to trying it out!

Regards, Boodle.




ChristineB -> RE: Kendoku (10/24/2008 10:06:49 AM)

I wonder if it will turn out to be a version of KenKen?  Have you had a go at it?  There are a couple of puzzles on the Times online puzzle section everyday.  Since seeing it there, I have seen it pop up under slightly different names on various puzzle sites.  Just a thought.




hairhunter -> RE: Kendoku (10/24/2008 3:23:23 PM)

It will be the same like Kenken, for some "weird" copyright reasons regarding the term "KenKen", we decided to name it a bit differently [;)]

Also, KenDoku indicates quite well the relatedness to (Sum)Sudoku.

Jochen




Cyclone -> RE: Kendoku (10/28/2008 3:27:11 AM)

I found some KenKen puzzles browsing the Internet.  Does anyone have a Times archive?

If allowed, I may post some samples I found here via a eSnips link.

Cyclone




Arby711 -> RE: Kendoku (11/3/2008 3:37:14 AM)

KenKen's are available if you go to timesonline.co.uk and search kenken. also i got many free KenKen's at http://kenken.com. Not sure about kendoku as a name--it seems it should be sudoku with math, not a copy of kenken.




Daniel1980 -> RE: Kendoku (11/6/2008 2:04:57 PM)

Hi! Currently I, too, am looking for KenKen puzzles. Today I found, thanks to Wikipedia, two good links.
http://www.minuplu.com
http://www.djape.net
I hope you like it. I do.
Daniel




jeffloeb -> RE: Kendoku (12/2/2008 11:25:03 AM)

Y'all, come to http://forums.sudexel.com for discussion of this subject. I think KenKen is futoshiki-like in its numbering patern, and kendoku is non-futoshiki-like in its numbering pattern.




hairhunter -> RE: Kendoku (12/2/2008 12:48:37 PM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: jeffloeb

Y'all, come to http://forums.sudexel.com for discussion of this subject. I think KenKen is futoshiki-like in its numbering patern, and kendoku is non-futoshiki-like in its numbering pattern.


No, not at all!
Our KenDoku is exactly like KenKen as I wrote above.

Thanks
Jochen




webkendoku -> RE: Kendoku (12/26/2008 4:50:32 AM)

you can also play online kenken-like games at:
http://www.webkendoku.com

and there are also google gadgets to add to any website including igoogle homepages at:
http://www.googleminiapps.com/fun-games/play-4x4-kendoku-and-kenken-online-gadget/
http://www.googleminiapps.com/fun-games/play-6x6-kendoku-and-kenken-online-gadget/




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