A Chaos hexadoku is a sudoku of 16 squares of side, composed of sixteen very irregular regions, entangled in each other. The entanglement of these sixteen regions of sixteen squares is much more pronounced than in the so-called "irregular hexadoku". Which complicates the resolution of the grid.
There are 6,000 puzzles on three levels and two forms.
Levels: Beginner, confirmed and expert.
Forms: Asymmetric and symmetric puzzles.
The goal of the game is to complete the grid by excluding any repetition in each column, line or area of 16 squares. The permissible values are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E and F. That is the digits of the hexadecimal.
Hexadecimal is a standard system. Here it is possible to represent each of the sixteen different values with a single character.
Each of these puzzles has only one solution. No multiple choice reasoning will be necessary.
Choice of problems: Visually asymmetric grids are a little more difficult to solve than symmetrical grids. Regardless of an aesthetic effect, the nesting of the cells of the asymmetric grids is a little more accentuated.
Why play 16x16 chaos sudokus ? A Chaos-Hexadoku is a variant of the irregular hexadoku. This type of puzzle creates a more difficult configuration to find.
Levels of game "chaos hexadoku" puzzles
• "Beginner hexadoku" can be totally solved by "inclusion" while allowing other types of reasoning.
• "Confirmed hexadoku" can be totally solved by "inclusion" and "exclusion" while allowing other types of reasoning.
• "Expert hexadoku" can be resolved by "inclusion", "exclusion" and "exclusive pairs".
For more information on these three resolution methods, similar to classic sudoku, see: How to solve
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