StealthSudoku
Online Sudokus for super smart memory brains.
What is your StealthSudokuScore?
StealthSudoku Score Rules:
  • Use of pen, pencil or eraser not allowed.
  • Your time starts immediately after the page is loaded.
  • You will get a score of 001 if you take too much time to finish a game.But thats not a bad StealthSudoku Score.
  • If you make any mistake on any cell, you are not eligble for a score for that game. However you can correct your entry and continue to complete the game
  • StealthSudoku Player Eligibility:
  • You claim to have a super memory
  • You are/were considered the brightest smartest most intelligent kid in your class.
  • You thought the Sudokus at this sites were generally easy - till you saw StealthSudoku
  • You are called by your surname at school / workplace by your friends / colleagues which is something like Guru, Master,...
  • If you meet the eligibility criteria, take the challenge right now. If not, throw this challenge to your friend. Meantime you can play and enjoy our regular Online Sudoku
  • When you get a score please write to me () about your super memory secrets. I would like to publish it for everyone's benefit.
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    Current Game Level:     Kids Level 1        
     

    Stealth Sudoku Winner Stories and Memory Tips

  • Sue Bohannon: DMD student at Temple University School of Dentistry.
  • StealthScore: 636
     
    I've always loved puzzles. My friends have often given me puzzle books where I'd use logic to solve the different types of puzzles and brain teasers. It's even why I was partially attracted to the idea of being a dentist in the beginning, because every patient's mouth would be a little puzzle for me to "figure out," that each patient's needs would be different. Ok, now I'm not so sure if you should use my name, that might have sounded a little silly.   Read full story here where Sue Bohannon DMD explains her techniques.  
    Thank You Sue Bohannon for writing. Very interesting and informative story to read. I thought only people in the computer / mathematics field have such skills.