Su-Doku Puzzles are the latest craze in games but there isn't a computer graphic in sight.

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It was his collaboration withrepparttar Times that broughtrepparttar 140086 game torepparttar 140087 UK in November 2004, and given that his first aim was to "spreadrepparttar 140088 word" about Su Doku, he's tickled but not hugely surprised at how it has engagedrepparttar 140089 population.

Mr Gould is particularly pleased thatrepparttar 140090 government-produced Teachers magazine recommended last month that Su Doku be used as brain exercises in classrooms.

"It's good for gettingrepparttar 140091 children to explain and discussrepparttar 140092 logic," says consultant editor, and part time secondary teacher, Steve McCormack, "for dealing with numbers and for organisational skills."

But it'srepparttar 140093 spin-offs, like computer program sales, books and soon-to-be-launched downloadable Su Doku for phones, that have taken Mr Gould aback.

Afterrepparttar 140094 newspaper brought it torepparttar 140095 UK,repparttar 140096 obsession withrepparttar 140097 game reached such a level over winter that byrepparttar 140098 timerepparttar 140099 Telegraph launched its own "sudoku" - different spellings in different newspapers - its provider was swamped with e-mails.

Michael Mepham, a veteran puzzle producer, dusted off programs he had for similar brainteasers to come up with a Su Doku one. Sincerepparttar 140100 Telegraph publishedrepparttar 140101 first puzzle on 24 February - a Sunday sudoku launches this weekend - he has received 60,000 emails.

He admits an early glitch created a puzzle that had more than one solution and "by golly did I get some mail" about it, he says.

But generallyrepparttar 140102 feedback has been positive, curious and overwhelming, he says.

"I've never seen anything inrepparttar 140103 puzzle industry that's caused such a fuss. It's just one of those things that catches on."

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Rayzee is the Founder of Rayzee International and has been an Internet Entrepreneur since 1996.

He lives with his wife Lynn in Chippenham UK.

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The interest in these fiendish puzzles was overwhelming, it seems everybody who tries one becomes instantly hooked, even children think they are great...not least because they are good at them and frequently beat their parents torepparttar finish.

Su-Doku Monthly provides 120 puzzles ranging in difficulty from 'Easy' through 'Medium', 'Hard' and allrepparttar 140085 way to brain-numbing 'Expert'. There are enough puzzles to keep a whole family busy for a month.

Who needs television when you can play Su-Doku?

Check out your powers of logic and reasoning, you may be pleasantly surprised at how much fun Su-Doku is.

Rayzee is the Founder of Rayzee International and has been an Internet Entrepreneur since 1996.

He lives with his wife Lynn in Chippenham in the UK.

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