## Solution Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 14 - Extreme Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on August 24, 2015

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## Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 14 - Extreme Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on August 19, 2015

Addicted to Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles? Today I have another Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle for you. Lots of pleasure trying to solve it.

How to play Non-Consecutive Sudoku: The goal of Non-Consecutive Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, so that each column, row, and region contains each number exactly once. Furthermore, no two adjacent cells have consecutive values. For example, if a cell contains 3, then any neighboring square cannot contain either 2 or 4.

## Solution Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 13 - Hard Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on August 10, 2015

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## Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 13 - Hard Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on August 5, 2015

Is solving Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles an obsession for you? You will most certainly enjoy today's Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle.

How to play Non-Consecutive Sudoku: The goal of Non-Consecutive Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, so that each column, row, and region contains each number exactly once. Furthermore, no two adjacent cells have consecutive values. For example, if a cell contains 3, then any neighboring square cannot contain either 2 or 4.

## Solution Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 12 - Extreme Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on July 6, 2015

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## Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 12 - Extreme Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on July 1, 2015

Is solving Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles an obsession for you? You will most certainly enjoy today's Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle.

How to play Non-Consecutive Sudoku: The goal of Non-Consecutive Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, so that each column, row, and region contains each number exactly once. Furthermore, no two adjacent cells have consecutive values. For example, if a cell contains 3, then any neighboring square cannot contain either 2 or 4.

## Solution Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 11 - Easy Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on June 29, 2015

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## Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 11 - Easy Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on June 24, 2015

Hooked on Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles? Today I have another Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle for you. Lots of fun trying to solve it.

How to play Non-Consecutive Sudoku: The goal of Non-Consecutive Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, so that each column, row, and region contains each number exactly once. Furthermore, no two adjacent cells have consecutive values. For example, if a cell contains 3, then any neighboring square cannot contain either 2 or 4.

## Solution Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 10 - Easy Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on June 22, 2015

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## Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle 10 - Easy Non-Consecutive Sudoku 9x9

Posted on June 17, 2015

Hooked on Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzles? Today I have another Non-Consecutive Sudoku puzzle for you. Lots of fun trying to solve it.

How to play Non-Consecutive Sudoku: The goal of Non-Consecutive Sudoku is to fill in the empty cells, so that each column, row, and region contains each number exactly once. Furthermore, no two adjacent cells have consecutive values. For example, if a cell contains 3, then any neighboring square cannot contain either 2 or 4.

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