Maki Kaji, the creator of the popular numbers puzzle Sudoku whose life’s work was spreading the joy of puzzles, has died, his Japanese company said. He was 69. Kaji created the puzzle to be easy for children and others who didn’t want to think too hard.
Sudoku creator Maki Kaji, whose life’s work was spreading the joy of puzzles, has died at age 69 of cancer.
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Dr Ankur Saikia Father of Sudoku’ Maki Kaji, who saw life’s joy in puzzles,traveled to more than 30 countries spreading his enjoyment of puzzles.The man dubbed the “father of Sudoku” for his role in popularising the numerical brainteaser loved by millions, died of cancer at 69. Rip legend.
Subrata Biswas Really he gave us best puzzle SUDOKU, we can spend a full day trying to solve a diabolical/ toughest one. We only need a pen as an accessory. MAY GOD GIVE HIM/SOUL PEACE.
Chris Burrows RIP Maki Kaji. Thank you for the puzzles and for making my working day 60 minutes less productive than it ought to be.