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New Puzzle Invention, binary-sudoku!

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After about a month of trying to figure out binary-based puzzles for my pong roguelike (the game takes place inside of a computer kernel), I think I have settled on a new monster I'm going to refer to as binary-sudoku.

 

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I wanted to get feedback on what my fellow GameDev.net'ers think. I see some limitations to it, but I if visually abstracted right it'll be very entertaining.

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Nice! Gamification of computer science education! Should be mandatory in game programming classes smile.png

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what is the purpose of putting the numbers on both sides of the rows? in all your examples they are the same, can they be different? I am assuming that they are the results of doing the operations, because it comes out in your examples.

I also think there is already a game called binary sudoku, though the rules are different then this.

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