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How to play Kakuro
Kakuro is similar to both sudoku and traditional crossword games.
Like a Crossword
Similar to crosswords, Kakuro has clues both across and down. When you put numbers in the vacant squares, the sum must equal the given clues. This is why the game is sometimes called 'cross sums'.
Like a Sudoku
Just like a sudoku, you cannot have the same number in a row or column. If a row is broken into 2 areas by a clue, then you can have the same number occuring once in each of the separate areas.
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Medium Kakuro for 1/November/2007
a number, and place it in the grid above.
number is a possibility
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Features of Kakuro.
To play Kakuro at other levels, just click the links below.
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You can print out the puzzle and play on paper as well.
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