Greater Than Sudoku
Greater Than Sudoku is a variant of Sudoku in which there are < and >signs which must be obeyed. The rules of Sudoku are very simple. The whole grid has 81 squares which are divided into 3X3 grids. In each of these grids, you should place the numbers 1 to 9 and none may be repeated. This seems simple enough until you look at the bigger picture. The whole grid comes to 9X9 and each of the columns and rows must have the numbers 1 to 9 and none should be repeated. This is why the game can be puzzling especially if you are not use to it. However, with this variant, you are supposed to make sure that the signs mentioned above are followed to the hilt. This means that you cannot just place the numbers like you would in other games but you have to follow an extra rule. There is the option of getting a hint but that will also add to the seconds that are being counted at the bottom of the game. Every hint will have such a penalty. It is best that you attempt the puzzle on your own and ignorer the hint button; that way you feel better about yourself at the end of the game. This game can really pester a player but one you have played a few puzzles, you will find it to be very interesting. There is no Sudoku player who would give in until the whole puzzle is solved. Get cracking and prove that you have a great mind; show that you have the mental capacity to fill in this puzzle without having to succumb to getting hints from the puzzle itself. You want to feel the pride of solving the puzzle; dive into it well prepared and complete it.