Ordinary sudoku rules apply. In addition, there are a few cages which once filled can be decoded. Take the two numbers in the cage and subtract 26 as many times as you can (take the caged number modulo 26). The result represents that letter of the english alphabet. Take for example the number 91. If we subtract 26 from this we get 65, then 39, and finally 13. The thirteenth letter of the english alphabet is m. Finding the (English) decoded message is necessary to solve the puzzle.

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Cam Dennis
Cam Dennis
Soft Condensed Matter Physics PhD Student

My research interests include glasses, soft condensed matter, jamming, simulations, and biophysics