Try out sample iframes for sudoku puzzles on your own website or mobile app using the embed codes below. Please note that these iframes are only for testing and demonstration purposes, and are not to be used commercially.
The area with the blue border below is a live PuzzleMe™ iframe. The iframe’s height, width and other parameters can be customised in the embed code. In a real deployment, puzzles can be set up with a publication time in advance, and automatically appear in the picker after their publication time.
In this game, the solver has to fill the grid so that each column, each row, and each of the sub-grids that compose the grid contain all of the digits from 1 to N (where N is the puzzle size). In the Sudoku X variant, all the digits also have to be unique along both diagonals.
PuzzleMe Sudoku supports the full range of Sudoku puzzles including 9×9 (with easy, medium, hard and expert levels of difficulty), 16×16, Sudoku X, Killer Sudoku and different sizes such as 6×6, 8×8, 10×10, 12×12 and 16×16. And PuzzleMe Sudoku also has social play, so you can play Sudoku with friends too!
To try out and embed these demo sudoku puzzles on your website or mobile app, please click the button below to copy the embed code. Feel free to adjust the height, width and margin as per your own site’s layout.
We can provide you readymade Sudoku puzzles at varying levels of difficulty and size. You can also import your own Sudoku puzzle files or type them into PuzzleMe if you wish. The same puzzle management workflow for crosswords applies to Sudoku and wordsearch puzzles too, making it easy to manage all your puzzles consistently.
PuzzleMe Sudoku has all the features you’d expect, like pencil mode to jot down candidates, conflict marking and customized L&F options. But it also has features you’d not expect, like a clever Sudoku tutor that teaches users how to get better at Sudoku. The tutor gives step by step hints for the simplest tactics, such as elimination, to the most advanced, such as “X-Wing” and “XY-Wing”, which are needed to solve “impossibly hard” puzzles.