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New puzzle sets?

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Posted 16th Nov 2012 at 19:46
Coalchaser Daily subscriber
Any chance you have a Kropki Sudoku or Sudoku XV set planned for the future? I'd really love to see a new 9x9 Consecutive Sudoku set, but since there's already one set of those, I assume it's probably not a priority, so I thought I'd ask about Kropki and XV because I really enjoy those as well. :)
Posted 16th Nov 2012 at 22:05
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
No, I definitely have these planned, as well as second sets of the types that are there already. I've been giving some thought to how to make the sets more prominent. I tried making the box red today, but I think flashing arrows might be more necessary!

I'm also planning to add a sample set that everyone will get free, containing examples of all the puzzle types on the site.

Posted 17th Nov 2012 at 01:52
Last edited by Coalchaser 17th Nov 2012 at 01:55
Coalchaser Daily subscriber
That's great news! I'll look forward to them, thanks. And I noticed the box at least, that's what prompted me to ask about upcoming sets!
Posted 17th Nov 2012 at 09:14
Last edited by Elisabeth 17th Nov 2012 at 09:19
Elisabeth
Good news! I have been hoping for SudokuXV and Kropki too. Would a second set of Jigsaw and Killer Jigsaw also be possible, please?. I like the idea of sample sets to encourage people to use the sets more, I have often wondered why they are not subscribed to more widely (at a very modest cost), but please no flashing lights:) A smaller number in each set, perhaps? Or a set with two or three varieties? e.g. various Killer types, or Jigsaw/Wraparounds/Toroidal? What about a set of variants of Inequalities?
Thanks again for giving us such a variety to choose from, Gareth.
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