** Anti-King Killer Sudoku Rule**
Anti-King sudoku + Killer Sudoku
Rules of 6x6 Killer Sudoku Puzzle
Place a digit from 1 to 6 into each of the empty cells so that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column, and outlined 2x3 box. The sum of digits in cells inside every cage must equal the total given for the cage at the upper left cell. Digits do not repeat inside a cage.
In **Anti-King Sudoku ** ("Touchless Sudoku") equal digits can be neither orthogonally nor diagonally adjacent.
To solve a Killer Sudoku puzzle, you need to fill in the grid so that the numbers in each row, column, and 3x3 block add up to the correct number, and the numbers in each cage add up to the number in the cage's corner.
Here are the Killer Sudoku rules in detail:
The numbers 1-6 must appear exactly once in each row, column, and 2x3 block.
The numbers in each cage must add up to the number in the cage's corner.
No number appears more than once in a cage.
The numbers in the cages can be used to eliminate possible numbers in other cells.
The numbers in the cages can also be used to create patterns that can help you solve the puzzle.
Killer Sudoku can be a challenging puzzle, but it can also be a lot of fun. By adding this extra layer of complexity, Killer Sudoku forces you to think more strategically about the placement of numbers.