


How to Play The SuDoKu Cube
The Acronym SuDoKu means "one of each, none repeated." (See History for further details). In this case we are using a SuDoKu of nine. That means we have 9 single digit numbers, one of each in a line or on a surface. The line may be vertical or horizontal; not diagonal or sideways. In order to make a line of nine digits on the SuDoKu Cube, you must use three faces or sides of the cube. Therefore, follow 3 numbers on the first side in a straight line to 3 numbers on the second side to 3 numbers on the third side  all in a straight line. (See diagram A). They must be 3 contiguous sides.
This can be done Vertically, and Horizontally. It cannot be done diagonally or sideways.
 The Vertical Column SuDoKu
 Nine single digit numbers, one of each, none repeated in any order, in a vertical Column on 3 contiguous sides of the SuDoKu Cube. There are 6 different Vertical SuDoKu puzzles in the SuDoKu Cube.
 The Horizontal Row SuDoKu
 Nine single digit numbers, one of each, none repeated in any order in a Horizontal row on 3 contiguous sides of the SuDoKu Cube. There are 6 different Horizontal SuDoKu puzzles in the SuDoKu Cube.
 The Regional Side SuDoKu
 Each side of your SuDoKu cube is also a Sudoku puzzle. Play one of each, none repeated of 9 single digit numbers to any and every side of the SuDoKu Cube. There are 6 different Regional Suduku puzzles on your SudoKu Cube.
 The Completely Solved SuDoKu Cube
 The complete solution requires 18 different Sudoku puzzles all integrated with each other covering all 6 sides, in the solution position. As follows:
 Front Verticals 3
Front Horizontals 3
Rear Verticals 3
Rear Horizontals 3
Regions 6
Total 18
 Play the SuDoKu Cube at Any of 9 Different Levels
 It is not necessary to achieve the complete solution of the SuDoKu Cube. You may play on any of the following levels:
Beginner
 Solve one or more sides (Regions) of the SuDoKu Cube to reach the Junior Level. (See Chart)

 Intermediate
 Solve 4 to 6 Regions.

 Advanced
 Solve at least one Vertical, one Horizontal and one Regional (Face or Side)  Fully integrated puzzles.
The Vertical Column and the Horizontal Row MUST cross each other at any point thereby having one digit in common.

 Master
 All 18 Sudoku puzzles in the solution condition
Chart:
Beginner Level
Level 1 = Any 1 side
Level 2 = Any 2 sides
Level 3 = Any 3 sides
Intermediate Level
Level 4 = 4 opposite sides
Level 5 = Any 5 sides
Level 6 = All 6 sides
Advanced Level
Level 7 = Any Vertical, crossing any Horizontal plus any face or region
Level 8 = 2 Vertical Columns, 2 Horizontal Rows and 2 Regions with at least 1 number in common in each; that is integrated within.
Master Level
Level 9 = All 18 Sudoku puzzles in the solution condition (or position).



