Samurai Sudoku is a sub web of Sudoku.today, for overlap Sudoku which is splicing with several Sudokus are released in samuraisudoku.com

- Cross Sudoku has five merged grids. The numbers must be placed correctly for all the five puzzle squares.

- Cross Sudoku has five merged grids. The numbers must be placed correctly for all the five puzzle squares.

- Clueless Sudoku is made up with nine nonoverlap 9*9 Sudokus.The 10th 9*9 Sudoku is hidden in the topic and marked with dark gray grids.

- Clueless Sudoku is made up with nine nonoverlap 9*9 Sudokus.The 10th 9*9 Sudoku is hidden in the topic and marked with dark gray grids.

- Flower Sudoku has five sudoku puzzles in layout, similar to Samurai Sudoku. However, these puzzles overlap each other much more than in Samurai. The center grid is fully covered by the remaining four sub-puzzles.

- Flower Sudoku has five sudoku puzzles in layout, similar to Samurai Sudoku. However, these puzzles overlap each other much more than in Samurai. The center grid is fully covered by the remaining four sub-puzzles.

- Butterfly Sudoku is the variation of the original sudoku. The puzzle consists of four grids 9 x 9. The numbers must be placed correctly for all the four puzzle squares.

- Butterfly Sudoku is the variation of the original sudoku. The puzzle consists of four grids 9 x 9. The numbers must be placed correctly for all the four puzzle squares.

- Samurai Sudoku ("Gattai-5") is one of the sudoku variation with overlapping sudoku grids. The puzzle consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping each corner grid of the central one. 5 normal 9x9 Sudoku diagrams are interweaved in a way so that no single diagram can be solved alone, but all 5 diagrams together have a unique solution.

- Samurai Sudoku ("Gattai-5") is one of the sudoku variation with overlapping sudoku grids. The puzzle consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping each corner grid of the central one. 5 normal 9x9 Sudoku diagrams are interweaved in a way so that no single diagram can be solved alone, but all 5 diagrams together have a unique solution.

- Flower Sudoku has five sudoku puzzles in layout, similar to Samurai Sudoku. However, these puzzles overlap each other much more than in Samurai. The center grid is fully covered by the remaining four sub-puzzles.

- Butterfly Sudoku is the variation of the original sudoku. The puzzle consists of four grids 9 x 9. The numbers must be placed correctly for all the four puzzle squares.

- Samurai Sudoku ("Gattai-5") is one of the sudoku variation with overlapping sudoku grids. The puzzle consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping each corner grid of the central one. 5 normal 9x9 Sudoku diagrams are interweaved in a way so that no single diagram can be solved alone, but all 5 diagrams together have a unique solution.

- Named for the warrior monks of medieval Japan, Sohei Sudoku has four merged grids. Each grid has two overlapping areas.

- Named for the warrior monks of medieval Japan, Sohei Sudoku has four merged grids. Each grid has two overlapping areas.

- Windmill sudoku consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping the central one. This means that the numbers must be placed correctly for all the five puzzle squares.

- Windmill sudoku consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping the central one. This means that the numbers must be placed correctly for all the five puzzle squares.

- Clueless Sudoku is made up with nine nonoverlap 9*9 Sudokus.The 10th 9*9 Sudoku is hidden in the topic and marked with dark gray grids.

- Windmill sudoku consists of five grids, one in the center and the other 4 overlapping the central one. This means that the numbers must be placed correctly for all the five puzzle squares.