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Although the origins of Sudoku go back to Howard Garns’ “Number Place” puzzle, it was Maki Kaji who transformed it into the Sudoku we know today. Kaji’s redesign and his system for grading puzzles according to their difficulty were instrumental in making Sudoku a popular and enduring puzzle game. Read more about the history of Sudoku here.
Although it’s not yet entirely clear whether Sudoku is really “good” for the brain, there is certainly reason to believe that it can provide mental benefits. Whether you want to relieve stress, improve your cognitive skills, or simply pass the time with a fun and challenging puzzle, Sudoku is definitely worth a try. For more information on the effect of Sudoku on your brain, click here.