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NYT Sudoku

The goal of this classic game is to fill all cells of the 9x9 grid with the numbers 1 to 9 with no duplicates in any row, column, and 3x3 box. Although prefilled numbers cannot be modified, there are various different alternatives available to assist you in placing the correct numbers. To insert notes for yourself, use the Hint mode, or use the Disclose or Verification Boosters to reveal numbers or validate rows, columns, and boxes. There are several problem levels, with the easier puzzles typically having more initial numbers supplied to you at the start. The New York Times divides the problem with three levels of difficulty: easy, medium, and hard. Play NYT Sudoku for free right now, but be warned: you can become addicted and play it every day! 

How to play NYT Sudoku

Fill up the grid with numbers in such a way that every row, column, and 3-by-3 box has the digits 1 to 9, without repeating.

Enter a number into a square directly or drag it in from the right.

Enter many numbers in tiny print if you have narrowed down the potential numbers for a box. While inputting the numbers, hold down the Alt key on a PC or the Control key on a Mac. Rep the step to remove the number.

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