Early ‘Sudoku’ Syndicator Discusses His Popular Puzzle’s New Competition

Universal Press Syndicate has announced that they will be providing six versions of the Sudoku puzzle to newspapers and magazines. This is in direct competition with Wayne Gould, the retired New Zealand judge who developed the computer program and sold the idea to the Times in London. Wayne syndicates his puzzles to over 30 diferent newspapers across a dozen countries for free.

It will be interesting to note if there is any significant difference in the ‘playability’ of Universal’s puzzles.

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