NYT Sudoku

A Brief Intro To The NYT Sudoku Game

Quick puzzle games always win the hearts of players globally. While the Wordle game becomes a phenomenon in the world with its word-guessing gameplay, NYT Sudoku is an outstanding logic game related to numbers.

The Sudoku NYT game challenges players with a table of 9 rows and 9 columns. In each row and each column, there are 9 square boxes. Therefore, in total, there are 81 square boxes that you have to fill with numbers in the game. Then, 81 small square boxes are evenly gathered into groups of 9 bigger square boxes. We will call them the 3x3 group.

Your mission in the NYT Sudoku game is to ensure that all the squares on every column, row, and 3x3 group will include all the numbers from 1 to 9. Specifically, you must complete 9 vertical lines with 1-9 numbers, 9 horizontal lines with 1-9 numbers, and 9 3x3 groups with 1-9 numbers.

NYT Sudoku Playing Tutorial

At first, the table will be filled with some numbers in advance, so the other blank squares are for you to put missing numbers in. The pre-filled numbers will be colored gray, and you can’t replace them with other numbers.

The rule is simple to comprehend, but solving the whole grid is extremely difficult and overwhelming. In fact, you must handle three missions simultaneously, not just one.

If you can fill the vertical line with all the numbers from 1 to 9, but one of the numbers also appears in the horizontal or the 3x3 groups, your arrangement will be counted invalid. The game gives you a warning via a red dot. A red dot will pop up in place of the recently guessed number if it already appears in a correlative row, column, or 3x3 group.

You only win the game when you fill all the columns, rows, and 3x3 groups with numbers from 1-9 without repeating any numbers.

Some Tips For The NYT Sudoku Game

The common mistake hindering players from winning the game is that they try to examine all the columns, rows, and 3x3 groups at once. On the contrary, you should focus on the 3x3 groups, rows, or columns with as many gray numbers as possible because they are the least challenging mission in the game. The chance of winning will open up whenever you finish a 3x3 group, row, or column.

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