20 Nov 07
For quite a time, I have been interested in solving the puzzle numbers...however, these days, I still have not finished even half of the booklet I bought. Especially now that my favorite past time is reading my favorite Danielle Steel books, Sudoku is now resting temporarily on the shelf...maybe, I will resurrect my love for it later. But as of now, after mylotting, I usually read my favorite book.
• United Kingdom
19 Nov 07
I love doing crosswords and puzzles, there were always sudoku puzzles in my book which I avoided doing, I would leave them for my mum to do she loves sudoku, however she sat me down one day and taught me how to solve them, now I am hooked! I do one in our daily paper every day and I have lots of books full of them which I take with me when travelling, they are highly addictive indeed. You can do them on the computer now too!
18 Oct 07
I also love sudoko... i even bought a book so that i don't need to look for newspapers that has one... i only discover sudoku last April when i was so bored inside the office so i tried answering one... and i got hooked eversince... i bring the book everywhere so that everytime i have to wait for something or if i have nothing to do i can always do a sudoku puzzle or two...
• United States
18 Oct 07
Sudoku rocks! I used to play it often a while back since we have the Brain Age game for the Nintendo DS and it has Sudoku puzzles. But recently I haven't played it much. My boyfriend and I will ocassionally do some puzzles we see from the newspaper or a magazine. It's funny how competitive we can get sometimes. Lol.
15 Oct 07
I am also doing the same. I like to solve puzzles in sudoku. I believe it is an exercise in logical reasoning. It's the hottest craze since Rubick's cube. I used to play Rubick's cube too. I would say that sudoku requires just enough brainwork to give a feeling of satisfaction when the puzzle is complete, without taking up huge amounts of time and it requires no special knowledge unlike for instance crosswords, which may require a wide vocabulary. Others have been saying that it sort of exercise which the brain gets from logic puzzles which can help to stop memory decline. I hope so.!