How to Play:
In a 4x4 puzzle, use the numbers 1-4. In a 6x6 puzzle, use the numbers 1-6, and so on.
KenKen® is a game much like Sudoku. Arrange the numbers (as determined by the grid size) so that no number appears twice in any row or column. The catch is that the numbers the are placed within the bold outlined area (called "the cage") must use the mathematical function to get the target number. For example, if the cage has two squares and a target of "6+", you must use two numbers (in any order) that add up to 6. Your choices are 5 & 1 or 4 & 2. If a cage is a single number without a math operator, simply fill in that square with the number (it is a freebie). A number can be used more then once in the same cage provided there are not two of the same number in any row or column.