# Handmade Sudoku Puzzles

Here are a bunch of Sudoku puzzles I've made myself. They all involve odd variations (which I think are more fun) and so I'll explain the rules for each of them near the link. For Sudoku enthusiasts only!

Link | Description |
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Product Sudoku | Each row, column, and irregular region should have the numbers 1 through 6. In addition, the numbers in the square dotted areas should multiply to give the number noted there. |

Conjoined Sudoku | Each row, column, and box of EACH Sudoku grid (there are two) should have the numbers 1 through 9. |

Magic Square Sudoku | Each row, column, and box should have the numbers 1 through 9. In addition, there are five places where a 3x3 rectangle of cells (not necessarily corresponding to a box) forms a magic square. |

Arrow Sudoku | Each row and column should have the numbers 1 through 6. In addition, a number in a circle is the sum of all of the numbers on the arrow connecting to it. |

Greater Than Sudoku 4x4 1 | 4x4 2 | 4x4 3 | 6x6 1 | 6x6 2 | Each row and column (and sometimes irregular region) should have the numbers 1 through 4 (4x4 puzzles) or 1 through 6 (6x6 puzzles). In addition, greater than or less than signs in the walls indicate that one cell's number is greater than or less than an adjacent cell's number. |

Seven Sum | Each row and column should have the numbers 1 through 6. In addition, the sum of any two cells connected by a "7" should be 7. |

Crazy 8s | Each row and column should have the numbres 1 through 7. In addition, the sum of any two cells connected by an "8" should be 8. |

123 Sudoku | Each row, column, and box should have the numbers 1 through 3, three times each. |