I read about SuDoku a couple weeks ago in a small feature piece at one of the news sites. A few days later, I was on the phone with Dan, and he mentioned he had solved a couple SuDoku and was kinda into it. Then I found The Daily SuDoku and it's been downhill from there. Everyday, I print out 2 copies, one each for Stace and me, and we have at it.
“Kegz, what the hell is SuDoku?” It's a solitaire logic game. The puzzle grid is a 3×3 grid of 3×3 squares, or 9×9 in all. The grid starts partially filled in and the goal is to fill every row, column and 3×3 box with the digits 1 to 9, using each once. It's also really addictive once you start. You don't need to be good at math or have a great vocabulary. Each one is rated on difficulty. The mediums I can do no problem; the hards with a bit of work; and the very hards we just give up on.