Addicting Puzzle – It’s not Sudoku, it’s STRIMKO! Very addicting…

strimko example

Strimko is a brand new logic puzzle with numbers, just like Suduko. It is
based on Latin squares described by Leonhard Euler in the 18th century.

The rules are simple: each row and column of an n x n grid must contain the numbers 1, 2, …, n
exactly once (just like in Sudoku ), and each
“stream” (connected path in the grid) must also contain the numbers 1,
2, …, n exactly once.

Strimko
is created and developed by The Grabarchuk Family. It’s basically a generalization of Sudoku as Sudoku can be thought of as having 9 streams.

You can play the addicting game at their website: strimko.com

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