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sudoku (number place)

In the standard form of this puzzle type, a 9x9 grid is divided into 3x3 sections with heavy bars. The grid is to be filled with the digits 1 to 9 (some initially provided) so that no number is repeated in a row, column, or outlined region. There are popularly many variants on this puzzle type, including ones where the diagonals have to contain 1 to 9, ones where the regions are not square, ones where there are restrictions on which numbers can be adjacent, and many others.

Puzzles

MIT Mystery Hunt 2002 One of a Kind
MIT Mystery Hunt 2005 Simple Unassuming Logic Puzzles
MIT Mystery Hunt 2006 783658
MIT Mystery Hunt 2006 Data Analysis
MIT Mystery Hunt 2007 Man, I Hate These %#!&@ Sudokus!
MIT Mystery Hunt 2007 Nur Einzelne Zahlen Erlaubt!
MIT Mystery Hunt 2008 Witness 2 Meta
MIT Mystery Hunt 2009 The Elderly Gentleman Who Wants to Reverse the Polarity of the Neutron Flow
MIT Mystery Hunt 2010 Mystery Hunt Puzzle 3000 (udoku variant)
MIT Mystery Hunt 2011 Zombies vs. Zombies Event
MIT Mystery Hunt 2011 Technological Crisis at Shikakuro Farms (variant)
MIT Mystery Hunt 2012 Equal Billing (surplus sudoku + Star Battle)
MIT Mystery Hunt 2013 Color Sudoku
MIT Mystery Hunt 2014 Build Your Own Sudoku
MIT Mystery Hunt 2014 Common Bonds
MIT Mystery Hunt 2014 A Puzzle with the Answer I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND
MIT Mystery Hunt 2014 Glazing Over
MIT Mystery Hunt 2015 Blocks
MIT Mystery Hunt 2016 Replication
MIT Mystery Hunt 2016 A Quick Sudoku
MIT Mystery Hunt 2016 Disappointment

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