The Mystery Godoku Puzzle …
with Mysterious Clues to help you solve it!
Welcome to The Mystery Godoku Puzzle, a weekly feature created by the editors of the Hidden Staircase Mystery Books.
Godoku is similar to Sudoku, but uses letters instead of numbers. The goal of Godoku is to fill in every empty box with one of nine letters. Each letter can appear only once in each horizontal row as well as in each vertical column and in each of the 3x3 grids. Some letters are always provided to get you started. Finally, we also give you a mystery clue to fill in a complete row or column (if you choose to use it!).
Select a recent puzzle from the list below or choose one of the many puzzles from our archives.
Mystery Godoku Puzzle for the Week of 12/09/2013
Angela Braddock owns this kind of Amish store in a series by Isabella Alan (9 letters). This week's letters: H I L O P Q S T U.
Mystery Godoku Puzzle for the Week of 12/02/2013
This ex-Marine is featured in a series of thrillers by L. T. Ryan (9 letters). This week's letters: A B C D J K L N O.
Mystery Godoku Puzzle for the Week of 11/25/2013
This novel of suspense by Maria Espinosa is set in 1950s New York City (9 letters). This week's letters: A D K L M P R S U.
Site Author: Lance Wright — Site Publisher: Mystery Godoku Puzzles